Fall Guys has a new level coming in its mid-season update

Big news for big fans.

Fall Guys Season 2 has been chugging along with its medieval theming for almost a month now, but change is on the way with a new level promised in the mid-season update. 

Never one to avoid the chance to tease the internet a little, Fall Guys’ social media account posted yesterday that the upcoming mid-season update will feature a brand new level called Big Fans. Given this is Fall Guys we’re talking about, you can expect that name to be pretty on the nose regarding what’ll show up in the level itself. Fans of Whirlygig, it appears your claims for a sequel may have finally been answered.

The Fall Guys Twitter account has been teasing updates planned for the mid-season shift for a while now, including some fairly devilish modifications to the tiresome Perfect Match level. Much like the first season, expect new tricks and traps in the levels you’ve likely mastered by this point. WIth many little yeetuses (rotating hammers, for those out of the vernacular) planned to pop up, we’re hopeful the changes could shake up some of the worst rounds in the game.

We don’t yet have a date for the mid-season update, but given the previous season lasted a few months, you can expect it to drop before too much longer. That hasn’t stopped the indie title from delivering plenty of other exciting news in the meantime, however. This week saw an official Godzilla skin enter the game, with a few variations of currently level visible in the footage. On top of that, it looks like the immensely popular K-Pop band BTS will be playing the game together soon as well. Expect the game to be swarmed by the Army before long!

We’ll update you as soon as we know more about the Big Fans level coming to Fall Guys in the mid-season update, but until then you can always discover what your Fall Guys skin says about you as well. We promise it’s nothing mean. Or at least, not unless you’re one of those grab-happy boxers. 

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Henry Stenhouse serves an eternal punishment as the Associate Editor of AllGamers. He spent his younger life studying the laws of physics, even going so far as to complete a PhD in the subject before video game journalism stole his soul. Confess your love of Super Smash Bros. via email at henry.stenhouse@allgamers.com, or catch him on Twitter.

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