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How to check the server status for Fall Guys

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Fall Guys is a battle royale-style game filled with minigames and obstacle courses that force players to think on their feet to come out on top.

The game recently went free-to-play, and server traffic has increased substantially as a result.

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Due to the increase in server congestion, some Fall Guys players have encountered trouble connecting to the game. This was amended relatively quickly by the developers, but it doesn’t hurt to check on the game’s servers from time to time.

If players are having trouble connecting to Fall Guys, it may not be a problem with their hardware. Below, players can find a method to check the game’s server status.


Fall Guys doesn’t have a dedicated page to check the server status right now

A player character in Fall Guys (Image via Epic Games)
A player character in Fall Guys (Image via Epic Games)

On occasion, the team of developers at Mediatonic may need to bring the game servers down for maintenance, update implementation or miscellaneous fixes.

At other times, the servers may go offline due to substantial server traffic. This occurred recently when the game went free-to-play due to a huge influx of new players.

Whatever the reason, Fall Guys doesn’t currently have a dedicated page to check the server status. However, there’s a simple solution that involves players’ preferred web browser.

In lieu of a server status page, players will want to head to the game’s official Twitter page. There, Mediatonic and its development team keep track of the game with real-time updates.

If a server disruption is occurring, the popular title’s Twitter page will be one of the first to report it. However, there are also alternatives in the event that the Twitter page doesn’t catch the problem right away.

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In addition to official sources, Down Detector is another excellent site that keeps track of various games and services. It collects real-time reports from players and users that are having issues with the game.

This is one of the most direct and up-to-date ways to keep a finger on the server’s metaphorical pulse. Combined with the official Twitter page, players should have plenty of resources at their disposal to check for server disruptions.

Fortunately, the server problems plaguing the game’s free-to-play launch appear to have been addressed. This doesn’t mean they can’t occur in the future, but the fact that servers have stabilized quickly is a good sign for the long-term success of the title. Hopefully, server problems will be few and far between.

Mediatonic has been consistent with alerting the player base when they need to take the servers down, as the game existed as a paid title for a while before going free-to-play.

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With major server hangups fixed, players can enjoy the popular platforming title as it was meant to be played.

Hop into the obstacle courses with a few friends and enjoy a litany of hurdles on your way to a total victory in the title’s battle royale madness.


Edited by Rachel Syiemlieh

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Blue Jays recall catcher Zack Collins, active vs. Brewers on Saturday

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Toronto Blue Jays’ Zack Collins, centre, celebrates with George Springer, left, after they and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (27) scored on Collins’ three-run home run against the Houston Astros during the sixth inning of a baseball game Sunday, April 24, 2022, in Houston. Toronto Blue Jays’ Zack Collins, center, celebrates with George Springer, left, after they and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (27) scored on Collins’ three-run home run against the Houston Astros during the sixth inning of a baseball game. (David J. Phillip/AP)

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“Every Sri Lankan will remember this” – Dasun Shanaka responds to Aaron Finch’s post, thanks Australian cricket team

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Sri Lankan limited overs captain Dasun Shanaka has thanked the Australian cricket team for visiting the island nation during a time of crisis. Responding to a post by the visitors’ white ball captain Aaron Finch, Shanaka said that “every Sri Lankan will remember” the limited-overs series.

The Australia-Sri Lanka contest gave fans in the island nation something to cheer about amid a massive economic crisis that has thrown the Asian country into turmoil.

Australia clinched the three-match T20I series 2-1, but Sri Lanka hit back to claim the five-match one-day series 3-2. The ODI win was Sri Lanka’s first in the format against the Aussies at home in 30 years.

Sharing his thoughts on the tour, Finch took to Instagram and posted a series of images that captured the essence of the white ball tour. He uploaded the pictures and wrote:

“It was a tour that meant so much to so many people, and it was really an honour to tour this amazing country again! Thank you to everyone in Sri Lanka for the amazing memories!”

Responding to Finch’s post, Shanaka expressed gratitude to the Aussies on behalf of the Sri Lankan cricket team and fans. He replied to the post:

“Thanks a lot skipper. Touring Sri Lanka at this moment. It’s was a remarkable series and am sure that every Sri Lankan will remember this and (is) very much thankful to the Australian Team!”

Australia won the first ODI by two wickets (DLS method). However, Sri Lanka registered three wins in a row to clinch a historic series win. There was some consolation for Australia, as they won the last match of the series by four wickets.


“It was pretty extraordinary” – Glenn Maxwell hails Sri Lankan crowd for special gesture

There were some amazing scenes at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo during the fifth ODI, as a number of Sri Lankan fans turned up in the yellow Australian jersey and waved Aussie flags.

The crowd also cheered for the visitors during the final one-dayer. The special gesture was Sri Lanka’s way of thanking the Aussies for touring the country at the time of one of their worst crises.

Speaking to cricket.com.au after the match, Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell hailed the crowd and said:

“It was pretty extraordinary. I was just telling the boys, that was one of the most special feelings, being able to walk around the ground and have a foreign country all cheer for you. A lot of times when Australia tours, we are generally the enemy, and there are not many Australian fans in the stands, but to have the support and fans that are here at the moment is truly extraordinary.”

“We’re generally the enemy” 😅The scenes in Colombo after the fifth ODI were unreal and left Glenn Maxwell and the Aussies stunned as fans thanked them for touring 🥰 #SLvAUS

Australia cleaned up Sri Lanka for 160 in the final ODI before chasing down the target in 39.3 overs to register a consolation win.

Sri Lanka will now face Australia in a two-match Test series, which begins in Galle on Wednesday, June 29.


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BMW International Open: Haotong Li extends lead to three shots going into final round

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China’s Haotong Li continues to lead the BMW International Open for the third consecutive day and will head into the final round three shots ahead of Belgium’s Thomas Pieters and Englishman Jordan Smith, who remains right in contention going into Sunday

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Haotong Li of China during Day Three of the BMW International Open

Haotong Li seized a three-shot lead with a fine 67 to head into the BMW International Open’s final round in full control.

The Chinese player has held the lead at the end of every round in Munich, with his 20-under-par score on Saturday leaving him three shots clear of Belgium’s Thomas Pieters.

Li tied the course record with 62 in a remarkable opening round on Thursday, before carding 67 on Friday for a one-shot lead.

Saturday’s third round of 67 handed Li a bigger advantage over the rest of the field. Pieters’ eagle and four birdies ensured he would sit alone in second place, one shot clear of Jordan Smith.

Li had an eagle on the sixth hole for the third day running, this time with a 21-yard chip into the hole, finishing five-under for the day and he would have been another ahead but for a bogey on the 18th.

“Somehow it managed to go in,” he said. “It’s actually a lot [more] comfortable than I thought. Quite surprised. It’s just another perfect day for me.”

Li previously has two wins on the European tour at the 2016 China Open and the 2018 Dubai Desert Classic. The latter win, when he beat Rory McIlroy by one stroke, made him the first player from his country to be ranked in the men’s top 50.

Pieters moved into second with a six-under 66 including an eagle and three birdies on the back nine. “I just look forward to a really lovely day tomorrow and hopefully a lot of birdies,” he said.

Englishman Smith extended a consistent week with his second round of 67, to remain right in contention, just four shots off the lead – while Darius van Driel and Ryan Fox were another stroke back after Van Driel managed the joint-best score of the day with an eight-under 64.

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