Velan Studios

‘Knockout City’ is closing down in June

The PvP dodgeball game will only be available as a "private server version" on PC

‘Knockout City’ is now free-to-play with its season six patch

The change comes as Velan Studios has been self-publishing the game for some time

‘Knockout City’ is going free-to-play this spring as it moves away from EA

"Bringing publishing in-house will allow us to fully realise our vision for the long-term future of this game"

‘Knockout City’ season 2 heads to the big screen

Fight at the Movies takes dodgeball action to movie-inspired arenas

‘Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit’ gets surprise content in new update

Get three new tracks and a Yoshi kart for free

‘Knockout City’s’ first year roadmap reveals a new map and more

New content and items to come bounding in for EA's dodgeball brawler

Dodgeball hit ‘Knockout City’ surpasses five million players in two weeks

If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball

‘Knockout City’ goes free to play up to level 25, server fixes incoming

In fairness to the developer behind ‘Knockout City’, Velan studios has pretty much done everything possible to make its new ‘Dodgebrawl’ game available to anyone who might like to try it. Everything except going free to play, which is what they’re trying next… sort of.

‘Knockout City’ will be free in Game Pass on day one

It seems that the team at Xbox are pushing ahead with getting new multiplayer experiences to be free on Xbox on release day, and the next game getting the game pass treatment is ‘Knockout City’ from EA and Velan Games.