EA just released its tumultuous and fun new multiplayer dodgeball game, Knockout City, on May 21st, and for the launch, had assembled a special promotion: the full game would be free to play until May 30th, after which you could pay $19.99 on the platform of your choice on the off chance that you needed to continue to play. (It’s additionally included with an EA Play or Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription.)
However, on Sunday, EA and developer Velan Studios declared that regardless of whether you missed that window to attempt Knockout City without paying for it, you can still check it without dropping a dime: the game is presently free to attempt up until you level up your “Street Rank” (Knockout City’s take on a Fortnite-like battle pass) to 25.
That level cap should allow you few hours of playtime to attempt Knockout City for yourself and decide if you wantto follow through on full cost for it.
Knockout City is accessible on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch, and it offers crossplay multiplayer, which means you can play with your friends regardless of what platform they’re on.

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