Fall Guys is set to receive a crossover with Valve’s first-person multiplayer game, Team Fortress 2. Scout will become available via the in-game Steam store. Prices have yet to be announced, and there’s been no word on the skin’s availability for all platforms.
The inclusion of Scout adds validity to the findings of a dataminer, who found assets in the game for many crossovers, including with the Portal series.
Yesterday, a new level, Jump Showdown, was introduced to Fall Guys. During the beta run of Fall Guys, Jump Showdown was well-received, cited as a fan-favorite by Mediatonic. The developer further teased that more levels were to come in the future, “along with new features & costumes.”
The patch notes focused on improved messaging for matchmaking and server errors, fixes to physics, collisions in Block Party and a fix for parties with too many requests. Elsewhere, the developers have tweaked the big tease achievement not unlocking in specific regions, player name issues, a Fall Mountain crown, and game controller models undetected on PC.
If the game’s success is anything to go by, many more crossovers are likely on the way. Fall Guys has sold 2 million copies on Steam since its launch on August 4, in just over a week. According to a recent post via Devolver Digital’s Twitter, the battle-royale game has clocked up over 23,000,000 hours on Twitch, seen 60,000,000 Fall Guys fall, and a staggering 1,500,000 crowns have been claimed.
In response, Paul Croft, the Co-Founder and Chief Games Officer of Mediatonic said the team were “incredibly grateful to all of our players for their support and have big plans for the game in the future.”
According to Twitch Tracker’s average concurrent viewers of the past seven days, Fall Guys remains at number three, beaten in viewer count by Just Chatting and League Of Legends in first and second places respectively.
Fall Guys is out now, available on PlayStation 4 and Steam.