Knockout City Free Trial Extends Due To The Huge Amount of Content Creators

Knockout City, the zany gaming experience, is going to stay for a bit longer. Apparently, due to the strong influx of players recently, the developers have decided to extend the Trial period for a bit longer. Knockout City has managed to gather over 5,000,000 brawlers, and the count is still growing.

The Dodgeball Brawler is forecasting a lot stronger player base in the near future. According to the official press release, EA promises that anyone with access to the free trial will carry the progress to the official version once it releases. That includes unlocks, cosmetics, contracts, and more.

Just like during Block Party, anyone who downloads the free trial will be able to progress in Street Rank, unlock cosmetics, and complete Daily Contracts, Season Contracts and start progressing toward getting those Career Contracts. All the customizations you unlock, progress you make, and Contracts you complete in the free trial will carry over when you purchase the full game. You will also be able to play League Play once you reach Street Rank 10. If you want to Crew Up with friends, or play Private Matches, the game will gently remind you that those features are available when you purchase the full game.

EA hasn’t stated when the free trial period is exactly going to finish, but it has definitely went past the Block Party event, which was a deadline when the game would stop its accessibility.

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