Don’t forget to watch Fall Guys Season 2 Reveal Today!

Devolver Digital and Mediatonic have discovered that Fall Guys will continue its journey within multiple seasons to come. After the promised Season 2 sneak peek, the developer has confirmed that Fall Guys’ Season 2 will take place during Gamescom 2020’s opening ceremony, which broadcast will start later today, August 27.

As the publisher previously noticed:

Get a sneak peek of Fall Guys: Season 2 during @Gamescom Opening Night Live next week! Maybe it’ll just be five new team-based see saw levels. Who knows.

Considering that there is more than a month until Season 1 finishes, the developer intends to raise its expectation limit and discover new things. Multiple new game modes, including new cosmetics and features, enrich the zany experience that Fall Guys offers.

What’s also assumed is that Fall Guys might also increase the player limit or include a ground-level player choice. As many others think, the community deserves the right to choose between solo and team games, introducing a much fairer ground. Moreover, it wouldn’t be surprising if we see ranked matchmaking too.

In other news, Mediatonic’s Fall Guys have managed to become the most downloaded PS Plus title of all time. It is no understatement to say that Fall Guys is probably the best summer game of 2020.

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