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Fall Guys is coming to China

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The mega-hit that is Fall Guys Ultimate Knockout is officially coming to China this year. The news was broken by industry analyst Daniel Ahmad through Twitter, revealing that a partnership had been formed with Chinese company Bilibili in order to develop and release a mobile version in China.

Being the biggest non-US market for entertainment, China was a foregone conclusion for any game release, and with one this popular, it was pretty obvious that the Chinese market would jump on this opportunity. The Chines market is also beset with various problems regarding domestic controls and censorship, so it will be interesting to see if that changes anything when the game releases.

The developers have been making changes on the release version as well on consoles. The most recent patch to the game added more variety to games, trying to address player concerns over team games.

Fall Guys is coming to China for mobile devices sometime this year, with a port that will allow gamers to jump on the massive trend. he Chinese version of the game will be titled Jelly Bean: The Ultimate Knockout and will feature a variety of new or altered game modes. The game’s port to China will also feature the same skins and other cosmetics that fans have come to know and love.

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Players use Kudos, the currency earned from playing the game, to unlock various skins, such as Scout from Team Fortress 2, or P-Body from Portal 2.

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is out now for PC and PlayStation 4.

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