Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout for Xbox Series, Xbox One, and Switch delayed

New release window not announced.

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout

Mediatonic has delayed the Xbox Series, Xbox One, and Switch version of Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout from its previously planned summer release window to an unspecified later date.

“As you probably know, Mediatonic recently became part of the Epic Games family,” reads an update on the game’s official website. “This is something we’re super thrilled about, as it now gives our team access to a whole host of new tools to enhance the experience of those who are down with the Crown; from the Blunderdome vets to the first-time stumblers, no matter where you play.

“With so many new opportunities now in our hands, we’ve realized that our previously announced summer 2021 Switch and Xbox release schedule is unfortunately just too soon for us to include all of the tasty new features we’re working on.

“While we want to launch on these platforms as quickly as possible, we believe the Switch and Xbox releases are really going to be worth waiting for and we’re super grateful for your patience. This delay gives our team some time to add features like cross-play, so when we add new platforms, players will be able to stumble in harmony with their pals, regardless of their platform of choice.”

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is available now for PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam.

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