It’s already time for a new season of Fall Guys! It feels like only yesterday that the game went free-to-play and they hit the big, red, reset button. In any case, the next season will take the classic beans we know and love to the final frontier in an effort to repair the Fall Guys satellite! In addition to a whole slew of new events and rewards, there will be plenty of new rounds (or, maps) coming with season two.
Here’s what you can expect from new rounds when the season begins on September 15.
New Maps in Fall Guys: Satellite Scramble
- Tiptoe Finale
- “Tiptoe Finale sees up to four squads, well, tip-toeing their way to victory. You’ve got to be real careful with this one—coz one wrong step could send you tumbling into the cosmos. First to reach the Crown at the arena’s middle, wins.”
- It would seem as if this is a squad-based final round which requires absolute concentration. It should be asked how this will be handled in the case of a solo or duos game, but perhaps it simply won’t be chosen. Based on the official description of the level, it’d seem they took Tiptoe and added a dash of ‘even more difficult’ sauce to the concoction.
- “Take a leap of faith and walk the invisible paths to the end of the race! In Starchart, you have to bump the buttons to reveal the way—but can you read the signals in the stars?”
- Invisible paths? No. NOPE. NO THANKS. I’M GOOD.
“On or off? Pixel Painters has you hopping on tiles to spell out the correct patterns. You’ll need more than a basic horoscope understanding to get the best of this one!”
Ah — so they’ve given us a variant of Perfect Match or Sum Fruit, but with more effort? I definitely think this one will be popular … actually, now that I think about it, I will probably love this round.
“Get ready to travel down the Cosmic Highway. In this Round, players hop across rows of moving platforms. Get your space hopping one inch wrong and you’ll be saying a big hello to the void.”
I legitimately can’t wait to give this one a shot. It looks like the natural evolution of rounds that have been in the game since the original season one, and I am here for it.
“Hyperdrive Heroes is the sequel you’ve always wanted. You gotta stay on your hoverboard and reach the finish without falling off. It just so happens that the hoverboard moves in a circular route. We like to keep you on your toes, don’t we?”
I don’t really like Hoverboard Heroes, so I probably won’t like this one either.
“This is Hex-a-terrestrial, where players have to navigate floating platforms without a single mistake. Easier said than done when you’re in the midst of SPACE.”
On the other hand; I love any round involving the Hex-A-Gone model. So, I’ll probably love this too.
“Space Race – it’s the Gauntlet, in the stars. Got that, space ranger?”
They are being unusually vague about what this round entails, but it has Hex-A-Gone platforms, so I’m down to at least give it a fair shake.
“Frantic Factory is the free-for-all cousin of 1v1 Button Bashers. Bash bash bash those buttons to get points! Simpler said than done, right?“
I recently had the chance to play Button Bashers and I had a lot of fun with it. So, here’s hoping this one is just as, if not more fun than that.