Knockout City crosses with TMNT


The next season of Knockout City begins next week, and Velan Studios reveals the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are joining in on the dodgeball action.

Live games are no stranger to crossovers. FortniteThe wide range of crossover content is practically its main feature. Of Call of Duty: Warzoneit is Godzilla vs. Kong event at Apex Legends‘recent anime inspired character skins at Destiny 2With Epic Games, live gamers rarely have to wait long to see their game of choice mingle with another popular franchise. This is the case now with Knockout Cityas the dodgeball action game teams up with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for its next season.


In a blog post this week, developer and publisher Velan Studios announced that the free-to-play arena game will launch its seventh season this Tuesday, August 30. Titled “Mutant Mutiny”, the season will introduce four new playable characters. Said characters are Neon, Susan, Ratfink, and Goober, and according to Velan, they’re mutant outcasts who emerge from the sewers of Knockout City to prove they deserve a place alongside the people living above ground.

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And because it would be a missed opportunity to have mutants living in the sewers but no ninja turtles, Velan has confirmed that they will also be available at the start of Knockout City Season 7. Leonardo, Raphael, Michelangelo, and Donatello will debut in their original 1980s cartoon forms, and each turtle will come with their own unique introductory pose.

The turtles will be available in a special Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles bundle which can be purchased for $19.99. Additionally, Velan will be adding more TMNT– themed content during Season 7, such as a full crossover event and a Premium Brawl Pass with cosmetic items like April O’Neil’s outfit and Shredder’s mask.

Other content players can expect in Season 7 includes a brand new arena called Sludge Works. The new map will take place in an industrial facility whose layout will constantly change as it fills with sludge. Additionally, Velan will introduce a number of general quality of life improvements. Private matches will receive new customization options, and players will have the ability to unlock additional custom character slots, doubling the amount from the current three to six. Velan notes, however, that each additional slot will cost 500 de Knockout CityHolobux to unlock.

Coming back to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, retro versions of Heroes in Half Shell are having a great year with the well-received release of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge and the imminent release of TMNT: The Cowabunga Collection August 30. And with the Turtles arriving in Knockout City on the same day, fans will have plenty to enjoy next week.

Knockout City is free on PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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