The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Are Joining Knockout City For Its Seventh Season

Knockout City's seventh season, Mutant Mutiny, is bringing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to the game as purchasable costumes.

On August 30, Knockout City's Mutant Mutiny season begins, bringing with it a new premium battle pass, a brand new map to play on, and a range of new customisation options. The biggest treat of the season, however, is that it'll also be introducing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles into the game.

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were revealed as part of the Mutant Mutiny season trailer and, as you might expect, they're in their 80s attire. Not only are the Turtles the first crossover that Knockout City has done so far (starting out very strong there), but they each have their own unique intro poses that is specific to them.

That's not the only Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle thing included in this season. A new premium battle pass will also be releasing alongside the new season, one that has "plenty of TMNT-themed surprises". Some of the content revealed for the battle pass so far includes outfits for April O'Neill and Shredder's mask. It was also confirmed that the fourth and fifth week of the Mutant Mutiny season will have a special time-limited event where players can get more TMNT cosmetics.

Although the Teenage Mutant Nnja Turtles are easily the highlight of the season, they aren't the only new feature that's going to be introduced. Alongside the launch of Mutant Mutiny is a brand new map called Sludge Works, which was shown off in the season reveal trailer. This stage is unique in that it'll slowly fill up with toxic ooze, changing the map on the fly as the match continues. Season 7's launch will kick things off with a Showdown at the Sludge Works, alongside a playlist specifically for the new map.

On top of the new map and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, players will also get the usual slew of new content in a season, incuding new hideout customisation options, a new energy drink for XP, new jukebox tracks, and more.

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