Egg Siege is a team game taking place in an almost circular arena divided into three 'slices', one for each team - Yellow, Blue, and Red. There are a total of 30 eggs, 27 normal (which give 1 point each) and 3 golden (which give 5 points each), resting on the middle hexagonal platform. 3 ramps on every alternate hexagon side go downward from the platform into the large arena, while three team-coloured drawbridges (that periodically raise and lower) from the remaining hexagon sides lead directly to each team's nest. Each drawbridge bridges the gap between the hexagonal platform and the outer ring of the arena leading to the nests. The nests are large and have limited paths leading up and out of the nest.
There are a few other strategically placed ramps and spinning blades near each team's nest.
If two teams are tied for the lowest score as the timer runs out, 15 extra seconds will be added. If after 15 seconds there is still a tie, 15 more seconds are added and this repeats until one team has the outright lowest score.
Starting from 10 November 2020 Season 2 mid season update, these variants may appear instead of the standard one:
- Donut bumpers are present near the centre where the eggs are.
- Rotating hammers are present in each nest to annoy the players.
- One Thicc Bonkus will appear above each drawbridge. The drawbridges never raise in this version.
- The drawbridges raise and lower a lot more frequently.
As with all team games, you have to hope to be placed on a team with other good players. Observe what your teammates are doing - if there are enough people attempting to steal eggs, defend your own, and vice-versa. Defending the golden eggs is of a higher priority due to their high value, but defending the normal eggs should also not be neglected either.
To defend your slice, grab or push other players, and in general try to block their (or the eggs') way out of the slice. Grabbing a player from the back while they are holding an egg, and holding on until you eventually let go, will make them drop the egg - a useful tactic for either attacking or defending. The slices are lower relative to the rest of the arena, so it can be challenging to get out - but people may attempt to jump and dive while grabbing an egg to throw it out instead.
As of Season 3, the physics of the eggs have changed slightly, making egg throws a far more powerful tactic (both offensively and defensively). While grabbing an egg, jump, and simultaneously dive while releasing the grab. This technique can take a while to perfect, but once mastered, it becomes easier to throw eggs into or out of the nest.
As there are 42 points in total, the minimum number required to avoid elimination is 14 (due to how the remaining 28 can possibly be split among the other two teams - when the timer runs out, in the worst case a 14-14 split would trigger an Overtime). Because there are so many points on offer here, however, such Overtime cases are incredibly rare.
- Gold - Team has the most eggs
- Silver - Team has the second most eggs
- No medal - Eliminated
If the two qualifying teams are tied for the highest score, the tie is probably broken by whichever team reached the score first (unconfirmed)
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- Egg Siege, along with Hoarders are the only levels to be removed from Main Show due to low popularity among players. It can still be played in Squad Mode, however.
- This was the first Team round to be added to the game after the beta.