Cinematic Trailer for Multiversus Promises The Craziest Crossovers

BY BRANDON

Brandon

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PUBLISHED 7 MONTHS AGO

With WB realizing they could just bring in all of their IP into one property with Space Jam, their Super Smash Bros copy Multiversus looks to be running with the concept, and we just got a cinematic trailer showcasing characters like Batman, Shaggy, Bugs Bunny, Harley Quinn, and many, many more.

Cinematic Trailer for Multiversus Promises The Craziest Crossovers

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In MultiVersus, the Multiverse is at your fingertips as you battle it out in intense 2v2 matches. Up against Batman & Shaggy? Try using Bugs Bunny & Arya Stark! This platform fighter lets you play out your fantasy matchups in a fun co-op or head-to-head fight for supremacy.

MultiVersus is an all-new free-to-play, platform fighter videogame. With an ever-expanding cast of iconic characters and legendary universes, MultiVersus will feature multiple online modes, including a team-based 2 vs. 2 format, 1 vs. 1 matches and 4-player free-for-all, along with upcoming content-filled seasons.

There is an open beta planned for the game in July, but you can actually sign up for a closed alpha which starts on May 19.

With the OG Smash having capped off their character roster with Sora from Kingdom Hearts, the other Smash copycats have just been adding more characters to their roster. Besides Multiversus, we also have Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl which brings together Nicktoons from the last few decades.

Going back to Multiversus, crazier characters have been rumoured to appear in the game, but we have yet to get a look at them. For now, the game just seems to be drawing from the more popular IPs like DC and Cartoon Network. Fans are hoping we get some characters from Lord of the Rings or The Matrix announced soon.

Multiversus will be available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4|5, and PC sometime this July.

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