Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout Season 3 is now live
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout’s third season, known as Winter Knockout, is now live on PlayStation 4 and PC.
This latest season brings with a new Fame Pass to work through, more than 30 new costumes to collect, and seven additional levels, including Thin Ice, Skill Fall, and Roll Off. A brief description of each new level, courtesy of developer Mediatonic, can be found below:
- Tundra Run: Dodge snowballs, punchers and flippers in a mad dash to the finish line!
- Freezy Peak: Use blizzard fans and flippers to ascend the peak in the most epic race Round yet!
- Ski Fall: Traverse a giant ice slide and dive through bronze, silver and gold rings to score points and qualify!
- Pegwin Pursuit: Chase down and keep hold of the Pegwin to score points for your team!
- Snowy Scrap: Roll your team’s Snowball over snow patches to make it larger! Last team to hit 100% are eliminated!
- Thin Ice: A spiritual successor to Hex-a-gone where players must traverse layers of breakable ice to avoid falling into the slime. Last bean remaining wins!
- Roll Off: A Final round variant of Roll Out with added rising slime to make things interesting. Get grabbing!
In addition to the above, new Crown Ranks have been introduced to reward the most dedicated players in the game. Each win will progress a player’s Crown Rank and reward them with exclusive patterns and colors as well as Golden Costumes. Crown Ranks are retroactive, so players will be rewarded for any Crowns they earned prior to Season 3 starting.
Finally, several bugs have been fixed, including not grabbing the Crown on Fall Mountain, spawning next to the spinner in Perfect Match, and ball objects being jittery or non-responsive. Head over to Twitter for the full patch notes.
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is available now on PlayStation 4 and PC.
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