MultiVersus is a free-to-play platform fighting game developed by Player First Games and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
It features characters from across various Warner Bros. media properties, including Batman, The Lord of the Rings, Scooby Doo, and more.
The leaker who first revealed the game's existence says several may not be in the game at launch since "most of the team isn’t thinking about the game in that sense."
We have played the MultiVersus closed alpha, and we're thoroughly impressed so far.
MultiVersus' closed alpha has kicked off and will go until May 27, while over 30 minutes of new gameplay footage have also been released.
Taz the Tasmanian Devil, Velma, and The Iron Giant will also join the platform fighter's roster, which will receive its open beta in a couple of months.
The closed alpha will be available till May 29th and features 13 playable characters with four modes across seven stages.
Player First Games' Tony Huynh and Daniel Kraft will face off with two "special guests" in three matches along with revealing new information.
Following the upcoming platform fighter's recent closed play test, nearly five minutes of gameplay footage have leaked.
A recent datamine of the MultiVersus tech test unearthed roughly two hours' worth of voice lines, potentially revealing several characters in the game's roster.
WB Games' upcoming free-to-play crossover platform fighter has opened up pre-registrations for its imminent tech test.
It's coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and PC with fighters like Shaggy, Tom and Jerry, Batman, Harley Quinn, Arya Stark and more.
Another new leak potentially spills the beans on details on gameplay mechanics, characters, and more for WB Games' rumoured crossover platform fighter.
Competitive Super Smash Bros. player Hungrybox posted the screenshot along with a video, which was then pulled by Warner Bros. Entertainment.
Another report by GamesBeat's Jeff Grubb doubles down on the recent leak that WB Games is working on a Super Smash Bros-inspired crossover fighter.
A recent leak claims that a platform fighter similar to Super Smash Bros. is currently in the works at WB Games, and journalist Jeff Grubb states that contrary to the rumour, NetherRealm isn't develop...