Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout Is Launching Season 2 On October 8

YouTube hosting a live charity gaming tournament.
The new season is almost here.
The new season is almost here. Devolver Digital

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is all set to launch Season 2 on October 8. In addition to the new content arriving to the Blunderdome, players need to prepare for a lot of Medieval mayhem. Indeed, there are a number of things to be excited about next week.

Here are some of the features that players can expect in Fall Guys Season 2:

  • New Rounds
    • Prepare for what may be the wildest obstacles yet along with new game mechanics that are sure to test everyone’s mettle and dexterity.
  • New customization options
    • Once Nameplates and Banners arrive, everyone now have a chance show off their personality.
  • All the costumes
    • The latest in bean fashion are set to arrive and these include some exciting collaborations, as well as limited edition swag, that ensure you get and keep the hottest Fall looks.
  • Party falling
    • Say no more to tumbling alone as you can queue with pals and fall together.

Charity Tournament

In line with the launching of the new season, YouTube is hosting a live charity gaming tournament on October 9 at 2:00 PM EST. This two-hour competition is going to feature an all-star gaming creator lineup and will be livestreamed on the official Fall Guys YouTube channel here. The winners of the tournament get a custom YouTube Gaming Fall Guys crown and, more importantly, a $100,000 donation to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

Creators are going to compete on teams of two and get points over a set number of matches for a chance at the Grand Finals. The top two teams are going to go head-to-head to see who wins the crown and with it, the charity donation.

In a statement, YouTube head of gaming Ryan Wyatt said that the explosive growth of Fall Guys has been clearly a jaw dropping moment. He added that “in less than one month, Fall Guys related content on YouTube has seen over 1.3B views and over 650,000 videos uploaded alone.” Wyatt went on to say that he is excited to see “which creators take the crown” and has been amazed that these same creators have banded together to support UNICEF.

Indeed, for YouTube this tournament is part of its commitment to provide quality, as well as competitive, live stream content for gaming fans around the world. In addition, YouTube also hopes that this will be able to bring awareness to many important causes.

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