Here's where we'll cover Knockout City's Season 1 start and end dates. Publisher Electronic Arts turns to dodgeball in its search for the next big multiplayer game. While the free 10-day launch trial gives anyone a chance to see how the game plays, seasons aim to keep them coming back by periodically introducing new content.
Participating in Knockout City's Block Party event, which takes place while the game is still free, also means you get a taste of what Season 1 has to offer. If you're planning to purchase the game and stick around afterwards, read on below to learn more about the first season's start and end dates.
Knockout City's Season 1 has locked down its start date to May 25 which means that it's live right now, at least for those of us without access to a time machine.
Publisher Electronic Arts and developer Velan Studios haven't shared much about the intended length of post-launch seasons, so, at the moment, it's rather hard to predict when the first one might end.
Since we're talking about a new multiplayer game that's also part of a new IP, its popularity will likely weigh into when the first season comes to a close.
Season 1 introduces a set of new cosmetic items alongside a new Playlist, League Play, Season Contracts, and Weekly Crew Contracts. The new Jukebox Junction map is also available now.
We'll keep an eye out and update this article with any news about Knockout City's Season 1 end date. If you've yet to give the game a shot, the Block Party event and its free trial is still running until May 30.
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