Warner Bros today announced that MultiVersus, the all-new free-to-play platform fighter, has now surpassed over 20 million players since the Open Beta started on July 26th. The milestone follows the kickoff of MultiVersus Season 1, which began on August 15th.
Season 1 will also bring a variety of new characters, modes and other content to MultiVersus. Morty Smith (Rick and Morty) will join the roster on August 23rd, while Black Adam (DC), Stripe (Gremlins), Rick Sanchez (Rick and Morty) and many other heroes and personalities will be added in the coming months. New modes will also be coming to the game as part of Season 1, including Classic Arcade and Ranked modes.
The MultiVersus Open Beta is available now as a free download with full cross-play support and dedicated server-based rollback netcode. The game features a team-based 2 vs. 2 format combined with an all-star cast of iconic characters. Some of them are Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Shaggy and Velma (Scooby-Doo), Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil a.k.a. Taz (Looney Tunes).
Players can also find Arya Stark (Game of Thrones), Tom & Jerry (Tom and Jerry), Jake the Dog and Finn the Human (Adventure Time), Steven Universe and Garnet (Steven Universe), Iron Giant (The Iron Giant), LeBron James (Space Jam: A New Legacy) and many more.
You can download and start playing MultiVersus from Steam. It’s also worth noting that the game has already Very Positive reviews.
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