List of all new mini-games in Fall Guys Season 2

Fall Guys Season 2 New Outfit
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Fall Guys Season 2 is upon us! The adorable jelly beans are back with a new, medieval-themed season. Since it was teased back at Gamescom 2020, the next season of Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout has been hotly anticipated. Along with a ton of new cosmetics, mechanics, game modes, and features, the biggest change is the addition of four new mini-games. Here's a list of the new mini-games in Fall Guys Season 2.

Fall Guy Season 2 mini-games

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NameDescriptionGameplay Image
Knights FeverKnight Fever is a new race that is possibly the most treacherous and difficult to date. Loaded with medieval obstacles, including the life threatening THICC BONKUS. Dodge the obstacles and your fellow Fall Guys and you might just make it to the finish line in one piece.Row 0 - Cell 2
Wall GuysWall Guys introduces a new mechanic that has not been seen in any mini-game before. Players must form short term alliances with each other and move blocks against a wall in order to climb it. Shatter fragile alliances as you climb over each other (and over the walls) to victory.Row 1 - Cell 2
Egg SiegeEgg Siege takes the beloved Egg Scramble mini-game (cough) and remixes it. In addition to dodging other beans, you'll have to deal with scythes, ramps, and drawbridges.Row 2 - Cell 2
Hoopsie LegendsHoopsie Legends reimagines Hoopsie Daisy with a medieval coat of paint. Dive off the drawbridges and through the hoops to earn points.Row 3 - Cell 2

New season, same insanity

Each of the new levels has a distinct flair that helps it stand out among the other 25 mini-games. It doesn't seem like Mediatronic is done adding levels and have hinted at even more mini-games to come. We'll keep updating this list as more levels get added to Season 2. Have you had a chance to play the newest season? Which of the new mini-games are your favorite? Let us know in the comments.

Zackery Cuevas

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