Fall Guys has given players a first look at Skyline Stumble, one of seven new levels to be added in season four.
Fall Guys might well have been the feelgood hit of 2020. Well, at least the feel-good hit of the summer. Even though interest in the game has understandably fallen off somewhat, it is primed to make a major comeback just in time for the summer of 2021. That comeback will be headed up by season four which will be starting soon, and now we know a little bit more about what to expect from it.
The latest reveal has arrived in the form of an all-new level. It’s called Skyline Stumble and you can check out the very first look at it below. In-keeping with what will be a futuristic theme for season four, Skyline Stumble will feature low-gravity areas that are sure to play havoc with its participants. Speaking of which, there will be 60 of them when the level is at full capacity.
While not specified, it seems as if Skyline Stumble will be one of Fall Guys’ many standard race rounds. Just a foot race to the finish line for all involved like many of the levels it uses to sort the wheat from the chaff. Skyline Stumble will also feature Forcefields, Flippity Bippities, Chonky Buttons, and Spicy Light Swingers, all of which you can probably pick out from the preview despite the confusing language used.
The reason why the next few months are primed to be big ones for Fall Guys was made clear back in February. It was first revealed that the game will finally be expanding its horizons in terms of platforms when it was featured as a part of the most recent Nintendo Direct. Less than 24 hours after it was revealed Fall Guys will be coming to Switch, it was also annaounced that Xbox will be getting in on the fun.
As was suspected, it seems as if Fall Guys was a timed console exclusive. If so, you can expect Fall Guys to arrive on Switch and Xbox sometime in August, 12 months after it made its debut on PlayStation. Although the start date of season four is yet to be announced, it seems as if it could be the last one before the game is rolled out onto more platforms.
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