Knockout League coming to PlayStation VR

Fight an octopus, pirate, shieldmaiden, and more.

Knockout League

Knockout League, which first launched for PC virtual reality headsets in January, is coming to PlayStation VR, developer Grab Games announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via the Grab Games official website:

About

Welcome to the Knockout League, a single player arcade style boxing game built from the ground up for Virtual Reality. Its intuitive gameplay involves moving and dodging with your body and 1:1 punch movement that lets you attack how you want without relying on buttons for main gameplay. Train up with various boxing drills to take on a crazy cast of characters with different fighting styles and gameplay in order to become the champion of the Knockout League!

Key Features

  • Become the First – Step into the ring and experience arcade boxing like you never have before. Fine-tuned VR gameplay and visuals allow you to feel the thrill of dodging, blocking, and punching your opponents. Get ready for a workout!
  • Battle a Wide Range of Fighters – From traditional boxers to crazy creatures, there’s no shortage of wacky boxing fun. Undertake the challenge of defeating a British Octopus, a sword-wielding pirate, a barbarous shieldmaiden, and a host of other memorable characters.
  • Train Like a Champion – Hone your boxing skills with the help of a personal coach. Enhance your power, agility, and coordination with the speed bag, focus mitts, reflex alley, and more.

Watch the announcement trailer below.

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