The player Rocket League pro Lethamyr is apparently a huge fan of Fall Guys , because he took the time to meticulously recreate the Slime Climb minigame in Psyonix 'football game.
As you'll see below, Lethamyr 's Slime Climb remake is still a work in progress, with plans to add moving platforms and obstacles as well as soccer balls. Rocket League. The final version will also not have the Rocket League boost option enabled, so there will be more of a Fall Guys type challenge.
Lethamyr used Blender to model the environments and UDK (Unreal Development Kit) to build and import the Rocket League Workshop map. He's still not sure how everything will come together in the end, like the slippery floors and spinning hammers, but he says the next update should have the mobile platforms working.
It looks like the project is moving at an efficient pace, as only a week ago Lethamyr revealed the project in its early stages on Twitter. We don't have any details on the update schedule or release schedule yet, but Lethamyr says he hopes to give us an update "very soon. "
The developer has done a great job scaling the Rocket League cars so that 60 players can possibly cross the map at one point, but with at least the same level of losses in a typical Fall Guys round. . Regardless, this is definitely a project we will be keeping an eye on for future updates.
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