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Fall Guys developer promises fix for annoying balance problem

Published: 18/Aug/2020 0:03

by Tanner Pierce

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One of the more annoying Fall Guys problems, which involves the balance of players in team-based challenges, seems to have a fix on the way, but when it will arrive has yet to be confirmed.

If you’ve been even remotely paying attention to the battle royale scene right now, you’ll know that Fall Guys tasks players with surviving obstacle course-style challenges that narrow down the field to a final contestant.

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These challenges/levels are split into two categories: solo, where it’s every person for themselves, or team-based, where players have to work with others in order to survive each level. While players have been having fun with the game since its August 2020 launch, many people have are having an issue with certain uneven team-based levels.

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Mediatonic has confirmed that a solution for the team balancing problems plaguing Fall Guys is coming soon.

Fortunately, while responding to a user over on the Fall Guys Reddit, Joe Walsh, the lead game designer at Mediatonic, said that a fix for the problem should be coming in the near future.

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The issue itself stems from the fact that, at times, the number of players on each team is uneven, due to the number of overall people in the lobby.

For example, if there are 20 people left in the game and the game requires three teams, that means that there would be two teams of seven people and on a team of six people.

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The news was confirmed over on Reddit a few days ago.

If you don’t know anything about the Fall Guys, this might not seem like a big deal. That being said, teamwork in team-based levels is incredibly important in this game and having even one less person that the other team can cause problems.

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Unfortunately, there’s no ETA as to when the problem will be fixed, however, Walsh did confirm that the team is currently working on a solution, so it hopefully won’t be too long before players stop seeing those uneven teams.

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When is Fall Guys Season 2? Release date, levels, skins

Published: 3/Oct/2020 9:38 Updated: 4/Oct/2020 9:38

by Tanner Pierce

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Season 2 of the popular battle royale game ‘Fall Guys’ is just around the corner, but we still don’t have a ton of information about its upcoming content. Here’s everything we know so far, including when it’s releasing, what’ll be included and more.

Season 1 of Fall Guys took the world by storm. Players were obsessed with getting as many crowns as possible with their small bean-like characters and unlocking all the cool and interesting costumes the season had to offer.

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Now, Season 2 is just a few short days away – but despite the proximity to its release date, we don’t have a ton to go on aside from a few key details and sneak peeks. Here’s everything we know about the upcoming season so far.

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Fall Guys Season 2 release date

Developers Mediatronic have now confirmed that Fall Guys Season 2 will start on October 8. Season 1 will also end on October 8, with Double Fame points running from October 5 – 8.

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W don’t know exactly what time the new season will start, but hopefully we’ll know more in the days leading up to its release.

Fall Guys Season 2’s theme and new content

As mentioned in the sneak peek trailer, the brand new season will be medieval-themed and will feature costumes based on knights, dragons, witches, wizards, and more.

Players will also be able to jump into new levels based on the medieval theme, with even some new obstacles.

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In addition, thanks to both the sneak peek and some new screenshots released by Mediatonic themselves, we know that new medieval-themed variants of existing levels will be making its way into the game during the update as well.

Of course, more information will be coming soon about this new season and when it does, we’ll be sure to update this article to reflect that.