Knockout City, EA’s high-octane competitive dodgeball game, is free to download right now on the Amazon Prime Gaming service.
Released in May of this year, Knockout City sees teams of three battle it out for the win in adrenaline-fuelled dodgeball matches. Using a variety of throwing tactics and power ups, the game is surprisingly good fun with a couple of mates. The game initially launched with a free trial version, though I was adamant at the time that it deserved a chance beyond that.
EA seems to think so, too. The game recently saw a new update that brought a movie-themed season to the game. It included the new Soda Ball powerup, as well as three new arenas all themed around iconic movie genres.
How to download Knockout City For Free
If you’re looking to get your hands on the game for free, you can do so via the Amazon Prime Gaming service. All you have to do is log into your account and redeem the game via the service. You’ll then be able to activate the game on EA’s Desktop application on PC. Sadly, the game is only available to download for free on PC. Sorry Xbox and PlayStation players!
There are plenty of other free games available on the Amazon Prime Gaming service this month, too. Battlefield V is still available to redeem until the beginning of October. That’ll be perfect for anyone with an itch to get stuck into Battlefield 2042, which releases next month.
Other small freebies include cosmetic items for Apex Legends, Genshin Impact, Fall Guys, Valorant, and much more. Big games regularly arrive for free on the service, so it’s worth keeping an eye out for when they arrive.
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