Here are four new festive costumes coming to Fall Guys season 3

A reindeer, a yeti, and a candlestick breaker. 

Mediatonic has dropped a tweet revealing four new upcoming costumes for Fall Guys.

Unlike its last reveal - which showed a teeny, tiny peek of Fall Guys' all-new season 3 that hardly told us anything - this one displays the new costumes in their full glory, some of which boast a decidedly festive theme.

The tweet also teased that there will be more information about the game - and possibly the upcoming new season - at The Game Awards later this week.

It's been a couple of months since Fall Guys' second season arrived, bringing a medieval flavour to its immensely popular knockabout action, but developer Mediatonic also recently shared its mid-season update, introducing various improvements, round variations, and an entirely new stage known as Big Fans.

As Matt summarised at the time, both Season 2 and classic rounds have been refreshed, and there's a particular emphasis on medieval infusions, including spiky rollers and swinging scythes in hitherto familiar stages. Additionally, expect fruity surprises and gasp at Perfect Match's new wildly rotating pole - which looks as hilarious as it does mean.

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