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Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is the most unique battle royale game you’ll come across. The rules are different so you might need some help understanding how to play Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout. In this guide, we will explain Fall Guys’ controls and how to play. There are 60 players in Fall Guys and five rounds you need to survive. As with all battle royale games, the goal of Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is to be the last man standing at the end of the 5th round. A Fall Guys multiplayer match will start with  60 players in round 1. And by the end of round 4, only 10 will move on to the 5th and final round. Round 1: 60 Players Round 2: 45 Players Round 3: 27 Players Round 4: 18 Players Round 5: 10 Players There are  4 categories of game mode in Fall Guys and they rotate…

There are a variety of weapons you can craft in Grounded but what are the best weapons? In this guide, we will discuss all of the best weapons you can craft using crafting recipes in Grounded so you will have the best chance at beating the vicious creatures. Many of the enemies are easy to kill but there some that cause a ton of trouble for your tiny little character. Insects like spiders and stinkbugs are tough to beat so using the right weapons means a better chance of survival. To face larger enemies you need something stronger than a pebble axe. Grounded Best Weapons and Their Crafting Recipes To craft the best weapons you need to gather some crafting recipes. Below is the complete list of best weapons from Grounded. Mint Mallet This is one of the best weapons in Grounded but you need to work hard to get…

You need tools to progress in Grounded and there are many types of tools in the game. Some of them can be upgraded while others simply have different types. You can craft various tools in Grounded but for that, you need crafting recipes. Grounded Tools crafting recipes require many resources so make sure you have gathered enough. Also, be familiar with the resource analyzer as it is your primary source of RAW Science and unlocking crafting recipes. In this guide, we will go through all of the crafting recipes you need to make the best tools. All Grounded Tools Crafting Recipes There are close to 20 tools you can craft in Grounded. The following are all of the crafting recipes you need to make tools. Pebblet Spear 3 Plant Fiber 2 Sprig 1 Pebblet Pebble Axe 4 Pebblet 3 Sprig 1 Woven Fiber Pebblet Hammer 4 Pebblet 1 Woven Fiber…

Tools are crucial to your survival in Grounded which means upgrading them is as important as it can get. You will come across multiple important tools in Grounded that be upgraded as you progress. Some of the tools in your possession are used to complete quests while others allow you to craft new items and protect yourself. Base building is another major element of Grounded and tools are used to craft the perfect, secure base. In this guide, we will explain how to upgrade your tools in Grounded. Two main items you will be using a lot in Grounded are axe and hammer. From very early on in the game you will be pushed to use axe and hammers to craft items, collect resources, and cut down blades of grass. You can use both of the tools in battles against ants and beetles. How to Upgrade Tools – Axe and…

Grounded has a ton of crafting recipes that allow you to craft armor, weapons, and other items. Crafting recipes aren’t just available right away, you need to find the right item to unlock the recipe and then gather all the required crafting items. In this guide, we will tell you how to unlock the recipes in Grounded. All Grounded Crafting Recipes There are a plethora of crafting recipes for tools, traps, decor, food, weapons, and armor in Grounded that are unlocked by scanning different items via the Resource Analyzer. The Resource Analyzer is available at multiple locations around the map. Below you will find armor recipes, weapon recipes, and everything you need to know about crafting traps and decor in Grounded. Insect Bow 2 Spider Chunk 2 Spider Fang 2 Spider Silk Spider Fang Dagger 1 Spider Fang 4 Spider Venom 3 Spider Silk Ant Club 4 Ant Parts 2…

The early stages of Grounded take up a lot of your time as you gather crafting materials and other resources. However, as you progress you will need to make sure your character has access to a secure base in Grounded. The base building system is pretty deep in Grounded so you’ll need a ton of crafting materials as well as crafting recipes for your base. You can craft a ton of different items for your base. There are walls, doors, floors, roofs, stairs, and many other aspects to the base crafting mechanic in Grounded. Various components come together to craft your base and each of those components requires crafting recipes and materials. All Base Building Recipes in Grounded Base building is a gameplay mechanic that lets you create protective shelter for your character. Some of the bigger animals will try to destroy your base but you can lay down defensive traps. There a…

In Grounded you are going to need resources such are food and water if you want to survive. If you are interested in exploring then you are going to need to store water so that you can take it with you. To do that you will need a canteen. In this Grounded canteen guide, we are going to go over how you can make a canteen in the game. How To Make A Canteen In Grounded In order to make a canteen in grounded, you will need the following resources: 2x Woven Fiber 3x Grub Hides How To Get Woven Fiber Woven Fiber can be found by getting some plant fiber and then analyzing it in the analyzer. Doing this will unlock the recipe for Woven Fiber. You can also learn more by checking out our Grounded Recipes Guide. How To Get Grub Hide To get grub hides you need…

If you are playing Grounded than you already know that the most useful tool in the game is the Resource Analyzer. The tool is key for your progression in the game and you will come across it within the very first few minutes of Grounded. In fact, it is part of the game’s tutorial missions. Resource Analyzer is a computer machine that is used to analyze various items in Grounded. Analyzing Resources get you Raw Science which helps you unlock crafting recipes. You can unlock recipes directly related to the item you analyze but there is a limit to how many times you can analyze an item. The Grounded Resource Analyzer runs on charges and it can only have 3 changes at a time. In this guide, we will explain how to get more charges for resource analyzer in Grounded. Grounded: How to Get More Resource Analyzer Charges There is…

At the very end of the game, you find a lab at the base of the oak tree in Grounded but there is a second base you can find after the main story ends. After the last mission, you are free to roam around in the open world of Grounded, and during this time you can go and search for another science base called the Hedge Research Base. The base in the hidden hedges is for those who like to explore every nook and cranny. In this guide, we will discuss the Head Research Base Location in Grounded. How to Find Hedge Research Base Location The Hedge Research base location is in the middle of the hedges close to the Southeast point of the map. It is somewhat of a vertical location in the branches of the hedge that must be climbed. The best way to find it is to…

As you progress the main story you will soon get access to a ton of new crafting materials and recipes. The most major element of crafting is getting your base ready for a secure home for your character. However, the secure base won’t always be secure. Larger insects are aggressive and they will come at your base. One of the best ways to defend your base in Grounded is to craft traps. How to make traps? Well, you will need a variety of different crafting materials. There are three types of traps in Grounded. Spike Strip Tripwire Bomb Lure Trap All of the types of traps in Grounded require different types of ingredients. However, the first step will always be to unlock the traps recipe. How to Get Crafting Recipes and Craft Traps in Grounded Traps can be placed at different sections of your base. It is a basic part…