Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout review
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In Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, up to 60 players compete against each other in a series of challenges, such as obstacle courses or tag. The minority of challenges are team-based, while many require not falling into slime on a spinning, floating platform with obstacles designed to knock players in and waiting for a specified number of others to be eliminated. Many of the challenges are obstacle courses that involve players racing to get to the finish line as soon as possible, lest they are eliminated—starting at 40, there is a limited number of players that can qualify, and with each round as the game progresses, the number lowers, eventually getting down to one, the player who is crowned the winner.
The gameplay of Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is very chaotic and sometimes requires players to make split-second decisions. The game's levels are designed to be randomly generated, with players able to choose what they want to compete in. The game can be played solo, co-op, or competitively. There are nine different game modes to choose from; three are team-based, while other game modes include obstacle courses and tag.
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout has a cartoonish, hand-drawn, and colourful art style.
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is a game that is best played with a lot of people, otherwise it will get repetitive. Once the player has played the game multiple times, it will get boring.
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is a game that is chaotic, fun, and cheap with many different types of gameplay. It can get repetitive after the player has played the game multiple times, so it is best played with lots of people. The game is only available on Windows and PlayStation 4.
2 GB available space