You’ve been playing Knockout City for months and love it because of the fact that it’s a multiplayer game. It’s a game that you played before you got married or before you had kids, and it’s a game that you used to play with your friends. Your life has changed, but you still want to be able to play. You’re wondering whether or not the server will be down. You’re wondering whether or not you’re going to be able to do this again, with your friends, with the people that you love.

So, we’ve all had it happen to us at one time or another: you’re in the middle of an intense match of Knockout City, when suddenly the screen goes dark. The dreaded “Server Maintenance” message appears, and you’re left staring at a brick wall. Do you sit tight and wait for the servers to come back? Do you search for an alternative online multiplayer game to keep you occupied? Or do you just go ahead and close the app and go do something else?

word-image-6987 Knockout City is available now and is having a shot at establishing itself as a serious competitor in the multiplayer arena. Whether you’ve already purchased the game or are trying it out via the free trial available at launch, keeping track of its server status and when maintenance might force it to go offline is fairly important. As an online game, Knockout City’s server status pretty much determines whether or not you can play. It’s never fun to plan a session just as maintenance is about to start, only to be faced with offline servers. Read on below to learn how things are looking at the moment.

Knockout City Server Status

word-image-6988 word-image-6989 The Knockout City servers are currently online, while launch day coupled with the ongoing free trial is, however, causing lag for some players. This is likely to get better over the course of the coming week, as it’s an issue that often occurs when an online-only game launches. Unfortunately, all we can do is be patient. We’ll keep updating this article as soon as we learn more about Knockout City’s server status, but it’s also worth keeping an eye on the Knockout City Twitter, as news of servers going offline or undergoing maintenance could also be shared there. Keep updated on the latest PC Gaming news by following GameWatcher on Twitter, checking out our videos on YouTube, giving us a like on Facebook, and joining us on Discord.

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