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In the latest patch for Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, developer Mediatonic has removed some problematic stage variants including the “vertical” see-saws and the version of Fall Mountain with a spinner at the end. The update is live now for all players.
The new changes were announced in a brief tweet, updating players on the variants that had been removed from rotation.
We’ve just pushed a cheeky update live to:
Remove the See-Saw level variation with ‘Vertical See-Saws’ that were causing an impasse/deadlock/stalemate
Remove the Fall Mountain variation with the spinner at the end – it was causing some weird issues with crown grabbing
— Fall Guys
Season 3.5 (@FallGuysGame) February 17, 2021
In a reply to a tweet asking why the studio didn’t simply fix the vertical see-saws instead of removing them altogether, it explained that the team couldn’t come up with “a good solution on how to keep them but solve the problem.”