Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout

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Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout flings hordes of contestants together online in a mad dash through round after round of escalating chaos until one victor remains! Battle bizarre obstacles, shove through unruly competitors, and overcome the unbending laws of physics to avoid both humiliation and elimination. Leave your dignity at the door and prepare for hilarious failure in your quest for the crown!

Massive Online Pandemonium: Dive into a series of ridiculous challenges and wild obstacle courses with 100 competitors online, all with the hopes of making the cut and advancing to the next round of mayhem. 

Competitive & Cooperative: Shift between brutally competitive free-for-alls and cooperative challenges where only the winning team advance to the next round! 

Comically Physical: Watch in delight as your fellow competitors bend, bounce, and bash their way to hilarious, physics-based failure!

Delightfully Customizable: Fail in style with everything from fashionable pineapple couture to the latest in bunny hats available to customize your look in Fall Guys.

Contestants! Our fabulous Video Producer, Alan Campbell, has just finished editing together all of the awesome footage he captured at PAX East last month! We previously wrote a blog about our experience here, but I’m sure you’ll agree that this video does a much better job of capturing the incredible time we had! You’ll get to see our infamous endless queue, some epic betrayals, impressive victories, fan reactions, and a whole lot of cheering! Watch it here: Next week we’ll be announcing the ina...


We wanted to give an update on what that start line will look like when you finally get a chance to play! As of today we’re targeting a 60 person player count for closed beta and beyond into launch- here’s why: 1. 60 players creates the perfect amount of chaos. When we first started working on Fall Guys we had to ballpark our player count based purely on what felt right to us, and 100 players became this talismanic number we decided to aim for. “100 players, 1 winner“ instantly gives players a s...


We’ve been drowned by E3 2019 this past week, but maybe you only waded into the river of game reveals and new trailers up to your ankles. If you didn’t get your hair wet, there might be some gems among the flotsam and jetsam that you missed. That’s what this post is for: we’ve rounded up our picks for the best games of E3, based on our own impressions of either seeing the games behind closed doors at the show, or of watching the videos from the comfort of our home...


Get one hundred people together in a wasteland their natural inclination will be to find guns and murder each other to pieces, the ongoing glut of battle royale shooters would have you believe. It wasn’t always this way. Television gameshows like It’s A Knockout, Wipeout, and especially Takeshi’s Castle once showed us that dozens of competitors can come together to fanny about in weird minigames, no murder necessary. We can get back there. Devolver Digital last night announce...


The annual Devolver E3 conference-slash-shortfilm aired late last night and was wonderfully anarchic and grotesque, as always. This time it rounded on Nintendo Direct broadcasts as we ventured inside the maniacal mind of barely-saved-from-the-dead character Nina Struthers (brought to charismatic life by actor Mahria Zook). But amid the brutal satire were announcements too, and some outlandishly trendy ones - very on-brand for Devolver - at that. An actual, $5000, Enter the Gungeon: House of the ...






  • OS: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 x64
  • Processor: Intel Core2 Duo E4500 (2 * 2200) or equivalent
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: Gamepad Recommended


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