Fall Guys teases new Fist Bumpers for Fall Force Update, coming this week

Fall Guys reveals a humorous new teaser for the anticipated Fist Bumpers, coming in a new fall update.
Fall Guys Fall Force Update
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Fall Guys, the free to play party game from Mediatonic, has just released a new teaser trailer for the “Fist Bumpers” coming to the Fall Force Update on September 27th, 2023. The update will also add new obstacles and rounds, while old rounds will be unvaulted. All of the exact content has not been officially confirmed yet.

Fall Guys is available now for PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation and Xbox. You can watch today’s amusing new teaser for the Fist Bumpers in a new Twitter post from the official Fall Guys feed:

Fall Guys has been in a much healthier place since it first introduced the new Fame Pass and Creative mode in an update from last May. The game is releasing content more steadily, and that allows fresh ideas to cycle in when some rounds don’t work out so well.

Today’s teaser might be very brief, and certainly waited until the last minute before the new update. But it does show off a hilarious addition that players are certain to enjoy. Like always, the marketing was quite clever, with a terrific punchline that sells just what kind of mayhem Fist Bumpers can provide.

While the devs haven’t specified all of the content fans should expect, it does leave a lot of room for open speculation. The players have quickly begun clamoring for Space Race, but there are a wide variety of rounds that deserve to be unvaulted.

Despite all of the consistent IP collaborations, which go as far as adding Death Stranding’s Sam Porter, Fall Guys thrives on original content. Now that the fans are so directly involved, it’d be nice if they could be heard for future updates, though it’d be impossible to please everyone.

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Anthony Fertino

Anthony Fertino

Anthony Fertino is a novelist and lifelong gamer, born and raised in Southern California. He's been a content writer for over 10 years, and studied film at SMC for 4 years. When he isn't playing shooters, RPGs, or indies, he's reading SFF novels and trying the latest tabletop games.

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