In case you missed it last month, Fall Guys is on Switch now in its updated free-to-play form — and it’s good!
But that doesn’t mean it couldn’t be better, and as a service game it’s subject to regular updates that come with — you guessed it — big ol’ lists of patch notes.
As posted on Twitter, the July update for Mediatonic’s manic free-for-all is on its way and we’ve collected the full list of patch notes for you below, which includes “improved vibration/rumbles” on Switch. Lovely!
Get your fix(es) here:
Fixed instances where a player would be unable to break tiles on Hex-A-Gone and would appear to be floating
Fixed the Score UI not updating in Point-Based Squads Rounds
Fixed some crashes after leaving an Episode during the Intro Camera
Fixed misalignment on ‘Grab Candy’ and ‘Walk’ button prompts in Invisibeans
Fixed issue where some newly active Challenge Lists do not automatically appear for in-game Player
Fixed some instances of unresponsive inputs after a player is eliminated
Fixed buttons having no collisions in Leading Light
Fixed players becoming resistant to fans whilst grabbing or being grabbed
Fixed FPS drops at the end of the Reward Screen on Nintendo Switch
Fixed unresponsive Social Overlays on PS4 and Nintendo Switch
Improved vibration/rumbles on Nintendo Switch controllers
Fixed some instances of crashes on Nintendo Switch after loading into the main menu
Fixed respawn VFX not triggering
Fixed instances where the camera sensitivity would be too high for players
It’s nice to see the developers squashing bugs on Switch and elsewhere. F2P Fall Guys reached 20 million players in its first 48 hours, although it stumbled a little out of the gate on Switch when all the servers filled up and some players experiences issues. Happily, it seems like those teething issues have been resolved for the most part in the time since launch.
Let us know below how you’ve been getting on with the game on Nintendo’s console. Or elsewhere, if you like.