Fall Guys Has Been Removed From Steam, But Will Still Receive Full Support


Developer Mediatonic has confirmed that the Steam version of Fall Guys will still continue to receive full support, despite being delisted from the platform today.

In a post on Fall Guys’ Steam community page, Mediatonic said “For everyone that already owns the game, rest assured that you will continue to receive full support and all the tasty updates that land on other platforms, including crossplay and cross-progression support.”

“However, please note that after 1:00am EST on June 21, new players will be unable to purchase and download Fall Guys on Steam, and the product page will no longer show on the storefront.”

Fall Guys players who didn’t previously buy the game on Steam will now have to head to the Epic Games Store, which is the new home for the game on PC. This platform change comes as Fall Guys switches to a free-to-play model, which also sees the game made available on Xbox consoles, Switch, and PS5, as well as the previous PC and PS4 platforms.

Fall Guys originally launched on PS4 and Steam back in 2020, but since then developer Mediatonic has been acquired by Epic Games. The transition has seen changes to the Steam version, such as Season 6 introducing the requirement for an Epic Games Account, but the launch of the free-to-play version marks the complete switch from Steam to the Epic Games Launcher.

For more, check out some gameplay from the first season of Fall Guys’s free-to-play revamp, as well as its new Halo crossover.

Matt Purslow is IGN's UK News and Features Editor.

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