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EA resigns publisher of Knockout City, game will be free to play

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Knockout City Velan Studios has announced that they will self-publish the game once Year 2 begins.

The game will also transition to a free-to-play model this spring, which the studio says is a “natural next step” for them to take on publishing responsibilities and work even more closely with the community.

Until the game is free to play, you will still need an EA Account to play and your data will be handled in accordance with EA’s Cookie & Privacy Policy.

“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,” the studio said. “There’s a lot to look forward to because this is just the beginning.”

Velan says there’s a lot of work behind the scenes to get freestyle ready, and that the team is working “all in” to make changes. As a result, Season 5 will have less content than some of the previous seasons.

There will be no new Brawl Pass for Season 5, there will be fewer new packs and cosmetics for the season, and there will be no new maps or new balls. This content change is only temporary, however, and the new Brawl Pass, more cosmetics, and more new features will debut in Season 6.

New maps and balls will be available in future seasons.

What follows is Part 5: The Greatest Hits it will be a celebration of the best that Knockout City’s Year 1 has to offer, bringing with it Superpowers, Chain Reaction, Basketball, and more. You can also look forward to new customizations, a new special event in the spring with exclusive unlockable features, a new League Play season, and more.

After Season 5 ends, Year 2 of Knockout City will begin and that’s when the game will be free to play.

To thank the community, Velan built a special Season 6 Loyalty Pack specifically for those who purchased the game before Season 6 launched, which includes exclusive legendary cosmetics, XP boosts, and 2,000 Holobux.

Since its release a year ago, the game has had 32 different Playlists, nine maps, six Special Balls, plus the Snowball from Snowbrawl Fight, over 1,200 customizations, lots of features and more so more.

https://www.vg247.com/ea-steps-down-as-publisher-of-knockout-city-which-is-going-free-to-play EA resigns publisher of Knockout City, game will be free to play

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