MultiVersus Might Feature a Joker Voiced by Mark Hamill – Rumour

A leak suggests that Joker's addition to the MultiVersus roster could be joined by the voice acting of Mark Hamill. Player First Games is yet to make a statement about the leak.

Posted By | On 01st, Oct. 2022

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MultiVersus might be getting DC’s Joker voiced by Mark Hamill as an addition to its roster down the line. Leaker Laisul has released a video featuring a collection of voice lines that sound like Hamill’s work on Joker from Batman: The Animated Series. Check out the voice lines below.

While it is possible that the voice acting is being done by someone capable of sounding like Mark Hamill to a remarkable degree—Troy Baker has even done so in the past—the game’s trend of getting original voice actors for its characters, such as Kevin Conroy for Batman, indicates that Hamill is likely involved in this.

While developer Player First Games is yet to make an official announcement on the matter, Joker as a member of the MultiVersus roster was part of a leak from earlier this year, alongside other characters like Samurai Jack, Ben 10, and Mortal Kombat‘s Scorpion.

MultiVersus recently got a trailer showcasing the moveset of the newest addition to its roster—Rick and Morty‘s Rick Sanchez.

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