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Knockout City Coming to EA Play and Xbox Games Pass Ultimate at Launch


EA Play and Xbox Games Pass Ultimate subscribers will be able to throw down on day one when Velan Studios and Electronic Arts’ upcoming team-based dodgebrawl title Knockout City launches on May 21, 2021.

All EA Play members across all platforms will be able to get unlimited access to the full title, which includes six special balls, five multiplayer maps, five starting playlists, and one interactive environment. Exclusive to the platform is the Knockout City Epic Outfit: Ready Up, which is automatically added to one’s inventory after booting up.

To mark more than one million downloads of the cross-play beta, the development team has created a new video for the game:

Knockout City – 1M Beta Downloads

From Rooftop Rumbles to the Concussion Yard, Knockout City gives players an arsenal of balls to take down opponents in style. Players will be able to ride solo in a Face-Off match, or can outsmart opponents with their team in 3v3 Team KO, 3v3 Diamond Dash, or 4v4 Ball-Up Brawl. Free-for-alls with its KO Chaos mode are also available, as are private matches in any playlist.

The game will come out on May 21, 2021 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam, Origin, and the Epic Games Store. All versions will feature full cross-play and cross progression.

Note that players will have access to a free trial for a limited time that has a playable version of the game at launch.

Source: Press Release
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