Knockout City’s Season 7: Mutant Mutiny Arrives August 30 With Some TMNT Friends
Say ‘hello’ to four pizza-loving turtles.
Knockout City’s newest Season is beginning to bubble up from deep beneath the sewer grates. In Mutant Mutiny, players will be able to meet the mutants, dive into a brand-new map, and enjoy new Brawl Pass goodies all on August 30.
Deep in the darkness, the Knockout City Mutants have been honing their skills and it is now time to meet this tight-knit crew: First is Neon, the Beacon of Hope and the leader of the crew. Next is a reptile with an attitude, Susan. The third is the cheerful and dependable Ratfink. Last but not least is the Bubblin’ Troublemaker, Goober. Every member of The Mutants will have complete character sets available. There are also four other mutant friends that have entered Knockout City: the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
This special bundle will be available when Mutant Mutiny launches and with it, players will be able to become the top turtle in any dodge-brawl match.
The new season is also bringing with it a new map. Welcome to Sludge Works. In this map, a giant central pipe will periodically fill the stage with greenish, goopy sludge. This sludge will help players climb onto previously unreachable perches, mutating the entire map into a green open battleground. Players will need to pay attention, as an alert will sometimes ring that signifies that it is time to drain the Sludge Works, and it would be a shame to get flushed away.
A new Brawl Pass brings with it new oozy outfits for leveling up both the Free or Premium Brawl Pass. Players that want to read all the slime-covered details can do so on the official site.
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