EA’s Knockout City, a recently launched multiplayer dodgeball game, is now available to play for free on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. The game developed by EA and Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit developer Velan Studios also supports cross-platform multiplayer, which means you can play with your friends online no matter which platform you prefer. And for the promotion of the game, the developer has announced that the game will be playable for free until players reach level 25.
EA released the multiplayer dodgeball game Knockout City on May 21st with a 10-day free trial of Block Party that ended on May 30th. It gave players a taste of the game before they bought it. But for those who missed that chance, the developers have now announced that players can still experience the game for free before buying it for $ 19.99 (around 1,500 rupees).
The game allows players to enjoy the brawls for free until they reach Street Rank (level) 25. The level cap gives you enough play time to decide whether to indulge in some childhood nostalgia. Knockout City is also included with EA Play or Xbox Game Ultimate subscriptions.
Knockout City is available for PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and Series S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. EA also offers a cross-platform option so that you can enjoy cross-platform multiplayer games.
EA and Velan Studios have tried to capture the childhood nostalgia of the chaos that reigns in a dodgeball game. Knockout City offers players six types of balls, namely standard balls, cage balls, bomb balls, moon balls, sniper balls, and multiballs. There is also a hideout where players can compete against other players, practice their skills on the T.A.R.G.E.T dummy or visit the radio bot to complete their training and level up.
The game also has different locations for players to experience dodgeball. There are multiple maps including Rooftop Rumble, Concussion Yard, Knockout Roundabout, Back Alley Brawl, Galaxy Burger, and Jukebox Junction.
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