WB’s MultiVersus Platform Brawler MultiVersus Features Cooperative Play and All Star Voice Talent in Reveal Trailer
WB finally released MultiVersus its Super Smash Bros-like platform brawler, after some leaks. It will be available in 2022.
Player First Games is currently developing the game. It features characters such as Bugs Bunny and Harley Quinn fighting each other and bouncing off of stages that are based on different WB properties. Super Smash Bros. PlayStation All-Star Battle Royale and Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl will not be available for free. MultiVersus will launch next year. The trailer shows that there will be more emphasis on cooperation than other games, and some abilities, such as Batman’s smoke bomb or Bugs Bunny’s tunnels, will have team-wide utility.
Cross-play and cross progression are another notable feature. This allows you to fight against and transfer your progress to any of the platforms MultiVersus is currently available on, such as PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Xbox One.
You can see the trailer in full below.
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Early thoughts suggest that the game has a few production qualities that Nickelodeon All Star Brawl felt was lacking when it launched earlier in the year. Particularly in vibrant, lively menus and with voice talent for characters such as Maisie Williams playing Arya, Matthew Lillard playing Shaggy, Tara Strong portraying Harley Quinn. It doesn’t matter what the game actually looks like. However, it feels like Warner Bros. has put more money behind MultiVersus that it did with its counterpart brawler. Is the game up to par? We’ll know when it launches next year, but I think I’m going to be a Harley Quinn main with the initial roster. I hope I stay with her for longer than with Reptar in Nickelodeon All-Star Brw