Whether you’ve spent five minutes, five hours or five days with Human Fall Flat, there’s no debating that it’s a game capable of delivering a hell of a time, as players attempt to navigate themselves through a series of floating dreamscapes, wobbling their way to victory. But after gathering up a huge amount of acclaim since first launch, it’s now time for Human: Fall Flat to continue to stay fresh with Xbox Series X|S optimisation and a whole new free level at the fore of that.
Now available on Xbox Series X|S, the popular physics platformer, Human: Fall Flat will quite possibly never have looked as good as it does, and when you throw in full crossplay options across Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and Windows 10, the whole thing just becomes even more appealing.
That is never more true than with the addition of the new Forest level. Free for all players, No Brakes Games, Curve Digital and Lab 42 have added this to the base game no matter what format you find yourself playing on – Steam, Windows 10, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch or PlayStation4.
Forest was the winner of the Great Outdoors Workshop Competition designed by community creator Jack and should provide a fantastic mix of outdoor platforming, aerial balancing acts and creative new puzzles.
About Forest level:
The great outdoors is calling! Grab your friends and explore lush woodland and snowy hilltops in search of rest and relaxation in Human Fall Flat’s new level, Forest! But never fear, this is Human: Fall Flat, and mystery and mayhem are just round the corner. This Worldwide Workshop competition-winning level offers more than your average camping trip. There are crashed planes to clamber over, heavy machinery to control and cold climate conundrums to solve. Did somebody take a wrong turn?
That’s not all though and Human: Fall Flat will continue to expand on to next gen consoles with the PlayStation 5 version coming soon. Of course, this will feature all new Haptic feedback, transforming the feeling of climbing, swinging and moving heavy objects with subtle tension in the adaptive triggers on the PS5 DualSense Controller. If you’re looking for a whole new dimension to the Human: Fall Flat experience, that should be able to provide it.
All this means that the next chapter in the Human: Fall Flat saga is slowly unfolding. The game can now boast 17 levels, and over 25 million players worldwide.
If you’ve not yet picked up a copy of Human: Fall Flat, you’ll find it on multiple digital stores. We’ll point you to the Xbox Store for Xbox One, and now that Xbox Series X|S, copy.