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No Brakes Games has released a new update for the console versions of Human: Fall Flat that introduces online multiplayer.

The update allows players to complete the game’s various levels with up to seven friends. As well as adding online multiplayer, the update introduces the ten pin bowling lobby mini-game, new character customization options, and several quality of life UI fixes.

“I can’t wait for console players to experience the chaos of Human: Fall Flat multiplayer. It’s silly, wobbly fun best experienced with pals,” developer Tomas Sakalauskas said. “Sumo Digital have done a stellar job in bringing the 8-player madness to consoles and I’m intrigued by the hairbrained solutions players cook up for my bonkers levels.”

Human: Fall Flat is, like everything, better with friends. Everyone is laughing, shouting, helping and hindering each other at the same time,” Cédrine Décoret, Product Manager at Curve Digital, added. “The multiplayer update completely changes the game, it’s like an instant injection of fun. We are so excited for console players to experience just how crazy Bob’s exploits will get when shared with others!”

Human: Fall Flat is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

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Human: Fall Flat console update adds online multiplayer

No Brakes Games has added online multiplayer to the console versions of Human: Fall Flat.

By Matthew Bennett | 08/28/2018 09:01 AM PT

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No Brakes Games has released a new update for the console versions of Human: Fall Flat that introduces online multiplayer.

The update allows players to complete the game’s various levels with up to seven friends. As well as adding online multiplayer, the update introduces the ten pin bowling lobby mini-game, new character customization options, and several quality of life UI fixes.

“I can’t wait for console players to experience the chaos of Human: Fall Flat multiplayer. It’s silly, wobbly fun best experienced with pals,” developer Tomas Sakalauskas said. “Sumo Digital have done a stellar job in bringing the 8-player madness to consoles and I’m intrigued by the hairbrained solutions players cook up for my bonkers levels.”

Human: Fall Flat is, like everything, better with friends. Everyone is laughing, shouting, helping and hindering each other at the same time,” Cédrine Décoret, Product Manager at Curve Digital, added. “The multiplayer update completely changes the game, it’s like an instant injection of fun. We are so excited for console players to experience just how crazy Bob’s exploits will get when shared with others!”

Human: Fall Flat is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

Read More


About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89