Fall Guys season 4 introduces level builder and Fame Passes

By Tom West,

Fall Guys Season 4: Creative Construction kicks off next week, introducing a swathe of new content for us to check out, such as an in-game level editor, new developer-made rounds, Fame Passes, and more.

Grab your hard hat because Season 4: Creative Construction arrives in Fall Guys on May 10th for Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One. While we'll see more than 50 developer-made Rounds added throughout the season and a big change to how Season Passes work, one of its more notable features is the addition of Creative mode.

Fall Guys Season 4: Creative Construction announcement

Mediatonic has revealed that Fall Guys Creative will give us the tools we need to design our own rounds, including the theme and obstacles you'd like the Beans to navigate. Once you've built your round, you'll be able to provide a share code to share with your friends so they can join you in the Custom Show, a private lobby for your Creations. On top of that, you'll be able to share your round with the wider Fall Guys community as Mediatonic will be curating playlists with the team's favourite rounds.

Alongside the Creative mode, Mediatonic will be dropping 50 new developer-made rounds during Season 4, all made using the new editor. The first 20 will be available on May 10th and can be played via Solos in the Show Selector. For those of you that can't commit too much time to the game during each season, Mediatonic has changed the Season Pass system and will now offer shorter Fame Passes instead. Each season will now feature multiple Fame Passes, each costing less than the previous pass system — the first Fame Pass for Season 4 will include six "iconic costumes" to earn, as well as additional costumes and cosmetics to unlock after you've completed the Fame Pass.

Season 4: Creative Construction arrives on May 10th. Will you be heading to the Blunderdome for some fun? Drop a comment below, Beans!
Tom West
Written by Tom West
Tom has been playing video games since he was old enough to hold a controller, experimenting with a number of systems until he eventually fell in love with Xbox. With a passion for the platform, he decided to make a career out of it, and now happily spends his days writing about that which he loves. If he’s not hunting for Xbox achievements, you’ll likely find him somewhere in The Elder Scrolls Online or fighting for survival in Battlefield.
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