Last year’s Knockout City initially attracted a lot of players. Thanks to a two-week free trial, the game has been played by more than five million players. However, the number of players who stayed in the game was unfortunately much smaller, and interest in the game dropped significantly despite the themed seasons.
As the first anniversary of Knockout City approaches, the developers have decided to turn around. They are separating from Electronic Arts and will switch the game to a free-to-play model as early as this spring. For the players who bought the game, they prepared a special Loyalty Bundle with exclusive cosmetic contents, XP boosters, etc.
Until the game switches to the free-to-play model, the fifth season will be
current, conceived as a celebration of previous content (32 different
playlists, nine maps, six special balls, etc.).
Knockout City seemed promising to us. However, the players later complained that the updates were not of the same quality. However, most agree that the biggest problem is that the game is not more popular, ie that it is not played by more players.