Fling your friends in Human: Fall Flat’s 8-player multiplayer mode for consoles next month

If you’re ready for some chaotic physics action, Curve Digital and No Brakes Games have announced that it will release a free update for Human: Fall Flat that will add an online multiplayer mode on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on August 28. Debuting on the PC version last year, this mode will allow up to eight players to participate in some crazy shenanigans with Bob.

“Human: Fall Flat has always been a blast to play by yourself, but bringing your friends into the mix is a real hoot,” said developer Tomas Sakalauskas. “You haven’t experienced all that Human: Fall Flat has to offer until you’ve seen seven of your mates awkwardly grope each other, trying to climb a rope. There’s nothing quite like it.”

This multiplayer mode debuted on Steam last October, where it became a big hit with the PC crowd. Curve Digital has hired the award-winning UK developer Sumo Digital to create the console multiplayer addition to the acclaimed hit Human: Fall Flat. The update allows players to create their own lobbies and invite up to seven friends to flounder their way through the campaign with them, as the gaggle of clumsy Bobs wobble about surreal environments full of physics-based puzzles.

Human: Fall Flat has sold four million copies to date across all platforms, and we’re really excited to see where the console updates will take the game next! Read Sarah’s review of the PC version of the game, and stay tuned for more news here on Gaming Trend.

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