The Fall Guys mid-season update is now live and provides a major new feature – literally – as well as measures to overcome the game’s serious problems.
In a blog post on Tuesday, Fallen people Developer Mediatonic stated that the game is the most downloaded PlayStation Plus game ever. And as expected, it has added a new hammer which the developer is calling “Big Yeatus”.
A trailer makes hammers appear randomly in levels and protects players from obstacles.
Other major update centers on cheat. Fallen people Some players have been suffering from massive cheating problems, with levels hovering or flying at top speed using hacks.
In response, Mediatonic created a “Theater Island” and removed theaters from the main play and placed them in a digital prison.
With its mid-season update, the developer launched a new anti-cheating system for PC users. It is displacing Cheats Island in the hope that its new measures will be enough to limit cheating. Additionally, the developer stated that the game’s update contains a variety of other under-the-hood tweaks to improve server stability and keep the game running smoothly.
In addition to the Big Yates barrier, levels have added new threats and rotations have been added at random to create different experiences, meaning “developers have to deal with all new ways,” the developer said.
“Reliable door patterns on gate gate crashes can eliminate all types of ripples,” Mediatonic said. “Turntables could turn the tide unexpectedly on the fall ball. And when you thought you got a handle on the topi-turvy Sea-Saw? We’ll just say that your approach might need to bend.”
Fallen people Launched last month and instantly became a hit with its fun and addictive gameplay. Within the first 24 hours of availability, the title attracted 1.5 million unique players. The game increased sales to 7 million units on Steam last month and is the most downloaded PlayStation Plus game ever.
Looking ahead, Mediatonic stated that it is working on Season 2 for the popular franchise, but did not share details or expected launch date.