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Shroud claims Fall Guys “is going to die” unless it finds party game roots

Published: 25/Aug/2020 7:35

by Andrew Amos


Plenty of people are complaining about hackers being the demise of Fall Guys. However, streamer extraordinaire Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek has focused in on one thing that could lead to the game’s death ⁠— losing its party game roots.

Fall Guys is about as competitive as party games come. The battle royale, everyone fending for themselves (unless it’s a team challenge) nature of the game means it’s hard to not get competitive. If you lose in a terrible way, you can feel pretty hard done by.


This has morphed into a lot of people taking the game very seriously. It’s fair play ⁠— after all, who doesn’t love winning ⁠— but for shroud, the hyper-competitive nature of Fall Guys despite it being a party game can be a pretty big turnoff.

Shroud even went as far as to say that it will “die real quick” unless the developers do two things. One is to add new content and new maps. The second is to potentially bring in custom lobbies. Both of these will help keep Fall Guys rooted in the party game genre.


“Fall Guys is going to die real quick for sure. After playing it, there is no way it will be any more exciting for any longer unless they add maps quickly,” shroud claimed on his August 24 stream.

“I don’t care about playing with f**king strangers dude. Customs would be like, okay-ish, but you can already gather that many people together. I just wish it was more of a party game than what it already is.”

It makes sense as to how these two things can make Fall Guys a bit more casual. New maps will keep new players coming in, and old ones returning. Customs will also allow massive groups of friends to play together, rather than queuing up as a four-stack currently.


Luckily for shroud and friends, there’s some new maps on the way. At Gamescom, Fall Guys Season 2 is set to be announced. At least four new game modes ⁠— Treasure Hunt, Chicken Chase, 100-player Door Dash, and Wall Guys ⁠— are expected to be added.

There’s also an infinite number of features Fall Guys could add to hone in on this concept. Couch split-screen co-op, or the ability to make your own maps would help build on the party game concept.

It’s still pretty early days however, and there’s a lot of potentially good concepts that could be added to Fall Guys eventually. If Mediatonic can somehow cater to the uber-competitive and the casual players, Fall Guys should be here to stay for a while yet.

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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


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.


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.

Fall Guys Season 2 trailer

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.



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.


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.