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Human: Fall Flat is out now on PlayStation 5, includes DualSense support

Human: Fall Flat, the popular physics puzzle platformer from No Brakes Games and Curve Digital, is out now on PlayStation 5.

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Human: Fall Flat, the popular physics puzzle platformer from No Brakes Games and Curve Digital, is out now on PlayStation 5.

Human: Fall Flat is the kind of game we sometimes take for granted. It’s always there in the background, bubbling away in the upper reaches of various digital charts, almost unnoticed. The truth is the game has now sold over 25 million copies across 10 platforms and is a huge smash.

Human: Fall Flat lands on another platform today, along with some exciting updates. The PlayStation 5 version supports Sony’s impressive DualSense controller, which adds haptic feedback to make the feeling of climbing, swinging, and moving objects that little bit more immersive. 17 new levels have also been added to the game, including Aztec, Castle, and an all-new version of Forest.

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The game was a trailblazer for the physics platforming genre, finding an audience – particularly with younger players – with its accessibility, invention, humour, and wibbly-wobbly action. With online support for up to eight players, it’s also a brilliant game to play with friends.

It’s heartwarming to see the game continuing to find success – and coming to new systems – five years after it launched

Take a look at the new trailer to see a sample of the fun in store.


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