Knockout City Brings Dodgeball to the Streets on PS4

Completely cross-play, with enhancements on PS5. Knockout City may have to shrug off the stink of fellow EA Originals flop Rocket Arena, but there does appear to be a more original concept here. Due out on 21st May for PlayStation 4 – with backwards compatibility enhancements on PlayStation 5 – the so-called dodgebrawler is a cross-play powered team-based multiplayer game. At its simplest, you’ll be tossing balls at your opponents, but there’s a bit more strategy involved here: you can pass to team-mates who may have a better shot, or even ball up yourself, allowing one of your allies to toss you around. The game will cost $19.99 at launch, although the press release does mention that there’ll be “opportunities” to try the title before buying. Read the full article on pushsquare.com

Knockout City Brings Dodgeball to the Streets on PS4

Completely cross-play, with enhancements on PS5.

Knockout City may have to shrug off the stink of fellow EA Originals flop Rocket Arena, but there does appear to be a more original concept here. Due out on 21st May for PlayStation 4 – with backwards compatibility enhancements on PlayStation 5 – the so-called dodgebrawler is a cross-play powered team-based multiplayer game.

At its simplest, you’ll be tossing balls at your opponents, but there’s a bit more strategy involved here: you can pass to team-mates who may have a better shot, or even ball up yourself, allowing one of your allies to toss you around. The game will cost $19.99 at launch, although the press release does mention that there’ll be “opportunities” to try the title before buying.

Read the full article on pushsquare.com