Released last Friday, Knockout has had a great launch. Free for the moment, the prisoner ball game published by Electronic Arts has successfully attracted a number of players to compete.
This is in any case what we learn from his official page on Twitter. In fact, Knockout City has reached the symbolic milestone of two million players since its release on May 21.
A level reached no doubt thanks to temporary free access, but also thanks to the gameplay offered by the game. The title, developed by Velan Studio (Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit) and published by EA, is a very dynamic prisoner ball game where players compete as a team.
To win, they have special balls at their disposal and can instill effects in their throws to hit their target.
Welcome to Knockout City, population: YOU! Well, you, and TWO MILLION of your friends!
— Knockout City (@knockoutcity) May 24, 2021
Welcome to Knockout City, YOU! Finally, you and TWO MILLION of your friends! If you still haven’t tried the Fête de Quartier free trial, what are you waiting for? Knockout City is available for free right now!
In addition, the game page recalls that it incorporates cross-play and the cross-progression between all its media (PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series and Nintendo Switch). The game has been temporarily free since its release thanks to the Fête de Quartier trial. It ends on May 30 at 2:00 p.m.
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