The Fall Guys patch notes are out right now for Season 2, and they’re introducing some pretty significant changes to Mediatonic’s smash hit.
As Mediatonic has been teasing throughout the past few weeks, Fall Guys Season 2 brings in some changes to the game, but also to character customization. There’s a grand total of four new Fall Guys levels to play around in, as well as several improvements, bug fixes, and new outfits to earn.
Of course, there’s a brand new battle pass (of sorts) to progress through as well. The seasonal theme for the second season of Fall Guys is knights and dragons, and Mediatonic’s definitely going for a Medieval theme this time round. Below, you can check out the Fall Guys full patch notes, in the words of Mediatonic themselves, which you can find on your PS4 update history.
Fall Guys patch notes for Season 2
- New Feature – The Show Selector : Time-limited Shows give players new ways to enjoy their favourite round types by selecting which show they want to play!
- New Feature – Nameplates : Mix and Match customizable Banners and Nameplates to compliment your Fall Guy’s attire!
- New Feature – Random Outfit Generator : Press triangle on the customiser screen until you get a combination of items you like!
- Improvement : See your party members fall alongside you whilst waiting for matchmaking to complete
- Improvement : Fall Guys are now more responsive mantling up ledges
- Improvement : Visual Updates to many levels
- New Level – Knight Fever : Our hardest gauntlet level yet
- New Level – Wall Guys : Cooperate with other players to traverse castle walls
- New Level – Egg Siege : A brand new Egg Scramble map with moving drawbridges
- New Level – Hoopsie Legends : A Solo Hoopsie Round with moveable blocks
- Plethora of new customisation options : Costumes, faceplates, colour palettes, emotes and celebrations
- Many bug fixes and optimisations
There’s a lot to love with the introduction of patch 1.09 that brings Season 2 to Fall Guys. I’m a big fan of mantling having some subtle improvements made to it - hopefully climbing over objects will now be a little less frustrating.