It’s the game taking the world by storm – Fall Guys.
Season 1 has gone down a massive hit, and there could be more fun on the way with Season 2, especially with rumours of more consoles joining the party!
Latest News – Fall Guys Season 2 Premiere at Gamescom!
It looks like we’ll be getting our first glimpse of Fall Guys Season 2 at the one and only Gamescom!
Will we see some more game modes? Or perhaps even some new and unique skins/costumes?
Find out when to tune in, and more right here!
Fall Guys Season 2 Release Date
Fall Guys launched on Tuesday, 4 August and Season 1 is expected to last nine weeks.
That would take us to Tuesday, 6 October.
However, as we have seen with other seasonal games like Fortnite, the “expected date” isn’t always accurate thanks to various delays and the possibility of an equivalent of “downtime” which may push things back.
Season 2 Items & Cosmetics
We expect another 40 items to become available in Season 2 which can be unlocked by progressing through episodes and levelling up.
Season 1 included a load of cosmetics as well as a total of 19,500 Kudos and 3 Crowns (in-game currency) to earn.
The Shop should still receive regular updates, where you can spend your Kudos and Crown on customisation options.
There are 24 rounds in Fall Guys currently, and we hope to see some new ones added for Season 2!
With this being the very first season, we have no idea how many we could see or what changes could be made, so let’s keep our fingers crossed for some fun new rounds to conquer!
Despite Fall Guys only existing for just a few weeks, there are rumours the game could be coming to more consoles.
Currently, Fall Guys is only available on Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 4.
With the game already on Windows, surely it is only a matter of time before it makes the jump to fellow Microsoft-owned Xbox One, with a move to Next Gen later this year a no-brainer.
There are also reports that the game may be coming to mobile in China, so we wouldn’t rule out the chances of it happening in other countries also.
There’s now a massive gap on the iOS App Store after the removal of Fortnite, so this game could ‘fall’ into place quite well if so.
Recent mobile port videos have been branded as fake, but let’s hope we see the Ultimate Knockout on handheld devices very soon!
Ernestina Saenz Salcido is a reporter for News Lair. She mostly writes on her free time about gadgets and tech news. When she’s not working she takes care of her 2 daughters.