As if the acclaimed physics-based puzzler wasn’t fun enough, Curve Digital have announced that you can now stumble through Human: Fall Flat in 8-player online multiplayer thanks to a free update. It sounds like the best kind of havoc, doesn’t it?
The update, which has actually been developed by Sumo Digital, is now live on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, enabling the option to create lobbies before wobbling around the game’s surreal environments alongside up to seven other people. For those of you gaming on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles, private lobbies are also available as well as public, to invite friends into the bananas building world of budding Bobs. Other updates across all the consoles include at ten pin bowling lobby mini-game, new character customisation options, and a raft of quality of life UI fixes. And finally, Human: Fall Flat on console now has Simplified Chinese, Korean and Japanese language support.
“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,” said developer Tomas Sakalauskas. “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,” said Cédrine Décoret, Product Manager at Curve Digital. “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!”
If you’d like to know more about Human: Fall Flat, why not give our full review a read? Let us know what you think of this free update too!