Fall Guys Season 3 patch notes ushers in Winter Knockout

The winter season brings in Season 3 for Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout. Here are the full patch notes.


Snow is starting to fall in the world of Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout. That means Devolver Digital and Mediatonic's party game is getting its first winter-themed content, just in time for Season 3. What exactly does Season 3 entail? On Monday, Mediatonic outlined the Season 3 patch notes just in time for the latest Fall Guys content to arrive.

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout Season 3 patch notes

The Fall Guys Twitter account outlined the full Season 3 patch notes. That can be a bit of a chore to navigate, so we're here to outline everything in one single place. Here's what players can expect to see:

New Levels

  • Tundra Run: Dodge snowballs, punchers and flippers in a mad dash to the finish line!
  • Freezy Peak: Use blizzard fans and flippers to ascend the peak in the most epic race Round yet!
  • Ski Fall: Traverse a giant ice slide and dive through bronze, silver and gold rings to score points and qualify!
  • Pegwin Pursuit: Chase down and keep hold of the Pegwin to score points for your team!
  • Snowy Scrap: Roll your team's Snowball over snow patches to make it larger! Last team to hit 100% are eliminated!
  • Thin Ice: A spiritual successor to Hex-a-gone where players must traverse layers of breakable ice to avoid falling into the slime. Last bean remaining wins!
  • Roll Off: A Final round variant of Roll Out with added rising slime to make things interesting. Get grabbing!


  • Crown Ranks! Now the crowns you've won will help you climb through the ranks and unlock exclusive rewards.
  • Stay up-to-date on Fall Guys news and announcements with the new in-game Bulletin feature
  • You can now link your Amazon Prime account to Fall Guys for exclusive in-game rewards
  • The Show Selector will have a clear indicator for when new shows are available
  • Improved in-game messaging for various errors and connectivity dialogs
  • Improved performance and visuals of transparency effect when Fall Guys are occluded by geometry
  • [Steam Only] Early Access release of Private Streamer Lobbies is now available! This is invitation-only for now, and requires 40-60 players to start a custom match
  • [PS4] The camera sensitivity slider has more degrees of freedom

Bug fixes

  • Fall Mountain: improved the issue where grabbing the crown sometimes does not end the level. We will monitor this fix through launch!
  • Royal Fumble: invisible platform has been removed
  • Perfect Match: fixed issue with spawning next to the spinner
  • Physics: fixed ball objects being jittery or non-responsive in levels like Hoarders
  • Item Shop: fixed certain items not coming into the store
  • Parties: further improved groups stability in certain cases
  • UI: Certain language fonts had missing or corrupt characters
  • Show Selector: Searching for multiple shows will now correctly display the show landed on during matchmaking
  • Levels: fixed the Score and Elimination UI in-game on certain levels
  • Levels: bugfixes across most of the rounds

There's also a tease for something called "Ringus Dingus," which got its name from a Fall Guys Twitter poll. Judging by the screenshot, it looks to be a treacherous battle for survival. Players will learn more about Ringus Dingus as Season 3 kicks off.

Mediatonic didn't keep Fall Guys players waiting too long after the Season 3 reveal at The Game Awards.

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