It's a practice in excitement and puzzlement to wrap our heads around a game like MultiVersus. The upcoming platform fighting game features several characters from across Warner Bros. properties and features multiple celebrities reprising roles in the game. Kevin Conroy returns to voice Batman, Estelle voices Garnet from Steven Universe, and even Maisie Williams returns to provide the voice for Arya Stark. With so many characters under the WB name, who knows who else could show up?
Warner Bros. is releasing a fighting game called MultiVersus. The game will be free-to-play, although there will be things in-game that players can purchase. Characters from DC Comics, Hanna-Barbera, Cartoon Network, and Cartoon Network are confirmed to be in the game. It will be a platform fighting game with a team-based 2 vs. 2 format with a strong emphasis on online cooperative gameplay. It will include a free-for-all mode (with up to 4 people) and a one-on-one mode.
From Carrie Bradshaw to Tony Soprano, these are the streaming video characters we'd like to see knuckle up when the game launches later this year. For fans of fighting games and crazy crossovers, MultiVersus is the weird, wonderful, new thing. If you've ever wondered who would win in a fight between Batman and Shaggy from Scooby-Doo, Warner Bros.’ upcoming, free-to-play platform fighter lets you see how that battle plays out.
In the grand tradition of video games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and other crossover brawlers, leaks and rumors about possible additions to the roster of Warner Bros. Games and Player First Games' MultiVersus have been continuously coming in with varying legitimacy. A new leak revealing potential characters in the works for the platform brawler, however, has a bit more legitimacy to it than usual given the fact that it's actually been shared by the same person that leaked a bunch of details about the video game in October of last year.
Video games have offered numerous ways for people to connect with their friends online — and the increasing number of online free-to-play titles has helped with that tremendously. MultiVersus is a new online battle game from Player First Games that will bring together many cartoon and live-action icons together in one title. Distractify was able to get a preview of the game before beta testing begins in July, but people are already wondering if the game will be available on the Nintendo Switch.
The Joker, Gizmo, and Scooby-Doo could also be added