This new update for Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout should be available now on June 1st for both the PS4 and PC versions of the game. The update version is 1.25 on PS4 if you are playing on PlayStation consoles.
Update 1.25 has arrived for Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, and here¨s the full list of changes and fixes added with this patch.
Mediatonic already released patch 1.24 not too long ago and that added a ton of great fixes for the game. Today¨s patch isn¨t very large, although it¨s mandatory to download it if you want to continue playing the game online.
Fall Guys Update 1.25 Patch Notes
Fixed the annoying rewards error pop up!
Optimised some textures on PlayStation to help with the blank screen issues and crashes while the team looks a long-term solutions
These are the only patch notes that have been released for update 1.25 so far. The patch notes were revealed on the game¨s official Discord channel. The Discord channel is quite helpful to follow if you want to keep updated about the game¨s new content and patches. We will update this post if new info is added.
You can read the full patch notes for the game posted down below.
Fall Guys is out now for the PC and PS4 platforms. Other versions of the game are to be released in the near future.
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Devolver Digital has a history of very´ specific games. While they all are very different, they do have one thing in common; they all have style. They have published the Serious Sam series, Enter/Exit the Gungeon, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, My Friend Pedro, Genital Jousting, and the Hotline Miami games, just to name a few. Another game of theirs, Sludge Life was initially released on the Epic Games Store in 2020, but was released on Steam and Nintendo Switch just a few days ago. Unfortunately, as per tradition, Devolver Digital and Australia butted heads over this game.
Again, Sludge Life is very different from other Devolver Digital games, but it has a distinct style. It also has a pretty mature subject matter, which puts it in hot water with Australia. There are a ton of illegal activities for the player to take part in, from drug use to graffiti. Though we will not know exactly what it was that was a deal breaker for Australia, because it was entirely denied classification, meaning that they would not even go through the entire process of saying what exactly is wrong with it.
Thankfully, certification from the Australian Classifications Board is not required for PC games being sold on Steam or Epic Games Store. If you want to play Sludge Life in Australia, that¨s where you go. The game was only denied certification on Nintendo Switch. Sludge Life is out now for PC and Nintendo Switch, and be sure to check out our review of Sludge Life.
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