Knockout City is leaving Electronic Arts behind and going free-to-play

The fun ball game Knockout City is preparing for the arrival of its season 6, and with it, there will be some concrete changes.

There is talk of a move to free-to-play and self-publishing!

© Velan Studios

When Knockout City Season 5 is over – a season that launches on March 1, shown in the video below, and will mostly be an anthology of all the content from the title’s first year – Velan Studios’ game will enter Year 2. This will not only mean a Season 6, but also two very important events for the future of the fun multiplayer game.

First of all, the game will be free-to-play as of year 2. A Loyalty Pack (containing exclusive legendary cosmetics, XP boosts, and 2,000 Holobux) will be offered to players who had purchased the title.

Then, over the next few seasons, Knockout City will separate itself from EA at the publisher. Velan Studios will be in sole charge and says, “We have exciting plans for Knockout City, and bringing publishing in-house will allow us to fully realize our vision for the long-term future of this game

Source: EA

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