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Hit Parade is one of the rounds in Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout. This round is a Race round and was first introduced in the beta version.

Course description[]

Standard version[]

Hit Parade is a short course. The first section has three beams to cross, with a walkable slime downhill and an uphill underneath if the player falls down. The second section has some turning doors (stuck between some bumpers), which can be passed by pushing them and making them spin. There are then big moving walls, which has to be passed when opened. The third section has a path with swinging balls, which must be dodged. Being heavily hit by them may cause the player to fall to the side, where there is an underneath section with a conveyor belt, which makes the player lose time, obliging him/her to come back to an uphill which brings him back to the path and restart the section. The last section is a slime section with some moving donut bumpers, which brings to the final line.

Alternate versions[]

From the 15 September 2020 Season 1 (Legacy) mid season update, these variants can appear instead of the standard one:

  • In the first section, with the beams to cross, swinging pendulums are added to increase the difficulty.
  • The turning doors section may be replaced with a section of spinning beams.
  • The swinging balls in the third section swing in the direction of the course, rather than perpendicularly. With this version, some construction aside the road are absent, making the course layout slightly changed.
  • The final moving bumpers go to the far left or right and remain stationary for a few seconds.
  • In the final section, bumpers are replaced with rotating hammers.

From the 10 November 2020 Season 2 (Legacy) mid season update, these variants can appear instead of the other ones:

From the 2 February 2021 Season 3 (Legacy) mid season update:

  • The final moving bumpers section can move significantly faster than previously.

Clan of Yeetus[]

See also: Final Variant

In this playlist only:

  • This round is named Yeet Parade.
  • There are multiple Yeetus hammers. These rotate parallel to the course, with some rotating forwards and others rotating backwards.
  • The final slime-covered ramp consists of no obstacles, save for the aforementioned Yeetuses.

Course Strategy[]

Standard version[]

This is among one of the easiest courses for beginners, being short and predictable. In the first area with the beams across slime, you should jump down immediately. Don't go on the beams — players will knock you off and cost you time. Jumping down and then running uphill will make you on par with the contestants on the beams, if not faster. In the third section, there are lots of swinging obstacles similar to wrecking balls. Play it safe here and pause before the balls come, because if you're hit by one, you are immediately sent to a gutter, likely costing you the qualification. After that, you go to an uphill climb with towers moving back and forth. Stay on the far left or right, because the towers never go there.

Alternate versions[]

  • Fort the pendulums across the first section with the beams, they aren't that tough in the grand scheme of things due to the relative speed of the top and bottom path.
  • For the turning doors replaced with smaller spinners more akin to the ones found at the start of The Whirlygig; it can be very easy to fall over and lose control. Carefully jump over the spinners; it is not advised to try getting them to propel you forwards.
  • For the pendulums swinging in the direction of the course rather than perpendicularly, these are far easier to dodge - just weave in-between them. A well-timed knock can hit you forward, but an ill-timed one will set you back. At least it isn't as detrimental as being knocked into the gutters!
  • For the Thicc Bonkus variant, these aren't as difficult to dodge as it looks, as there is a safe area for each bonkus where it does not come anywhere near.
  • If the final bumpers section is replaced with a new version where the towers WILL go to the far left or right and remain stationary for a few seconds: bear that in mind, the best strategy is instead to go up the middle, avoiding the towers as best as you can.
  • If the final bumpers towers section are replaced with a section of spinning hammers: go up the sides is still possible here, though it's possible to be hit by the hammers even then. If approaching a hammer is unavoidable, do so in a way that a hit will send knock you towards the finish line and not away from it.

Final Variant[]

A Final type variant (called "Yeet Parade") was introduced in the Clan of Yeetus playlist on 28 July 2022. In this variant, all players that reach the finish line within 40 seconds will win. The round will take the entire 40 second duration, even if players have already qualified.

Time is of the essence here; you'll need to nail the Yeetuses at worst in two tries. This shouldn't be too challenging (and is comically easier on the Steam version due to the below-mentioned underground pendulum bug).

An example path would be to hit the middle Yeetus from the first set and fall to the lower level. Then, walk up the slope, head to the side Yeetuses and get flung over the turnstiles. Squeeze through the gap, then, if on Steam, hit the Yeetus in the middle. On other platforms with the working pendulums, consider dropping to the side gutters and hit the Yeetuses there. At the final stretch, avoid the side groups of Yeetuses as it is easy to be knocked back. Instead, head up to the middle group of Yeetuses and try diving forwards, aiming to get hit by those and into the finish.

Known Bugs[]

Underground Pendulums*
As of ?/?/??: In what appears to be a strange Steam-exclusive bug, the pendulums in the third section will be positioned way too low, with only the swinging fulcrum of the pendulum visible barely above the ground. It is unconfirmed if this also occurs on console versions, but at least on the Epic Games Store version, the pendulums are normal.

*This name is a conjectural name and has not been somewhat uniformly agreed upon.

Medal thresholds[]

  • Gold - First place
  • Silver - Top 20% of players in the lobby
  • Bronze - Top 50% of players in the lobby
  • Pink - Qualified, but outside of the top 50%
  • No medal - Eliminated


History of Hit Parade
Season Status Map Theme
Beta Active Standard
1 Active Standard and alternate versions
2 Active Standard and alternate versions
3 Active Standard and alternate versions
4 Active Standard and alternate versions
5 Active Standard and alternate versions
6 Active Standard and alternate versions
7 Active Standard and alternate versions


  • The unused Thicc Bonkus variant.

    The Season 2 (Legacy) Mid Season Update trailer features an unused variant. This variant features a set of four Thicc Bonkuses oriented horizontally instead of vertically.

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