During the last week of February and the first of March, the closed test of MultiVersus was held, the new fighting game in the Smash Bros style created by Warner Bros and Player First Games. During the test, the selected users had the opportunity to fight using different characters from the Warner Bros IPs, including Arya Stark, Batman, and Harley Quinn. According to some dataminers, the roster will become even bigger in the post-launch period, given that some files’ audio seems to anticipate the arrival of many new characters.
MultiVersus is a Smash Bros-style fighting game for the uninitiated, announced in November 2021 and out in 2022 on consoles and PCs. The roster currently includes these thirteen characters:
- Batman (DC Comics)
- Superman (DC Comics)
- Wonder Woman (DC Super Hero)
- Harley Quinn (DC Comics)
- Shaggy (Scooby-Doo)
- Bugs Bunny (Looney Tunes)
- Arya Stark (Game of Thrones)
- Jake (Adventure Time)
- Finn (Adventure Time)
- Steven Universe (Steven Universe)
- Garnet (Steven Universe)
- Tom and Jerry (Tom & Jerry)
- Reindog (original MultiVersus)
According to what was reported by the dataminer, who seem to have managed to get their hands on almost two hours of audio leaks taken from the closed test, during the post-launch period, the Tasmanian Devil (Looney Tunes), Marvin the Martian should also arrive ( Looney Tunes), LeBron James (from the movie Space Jam 2), Raven (DC Comics / Teen Titans) and the Iron Giant (movie of the same name).
Those listed should be characters in the making. In contrast, characters mentioned by other fighters include Gizmo (Gremlins), Morty Smith (Rick and Morty), Wicked Witch of the West (The Wizard of Oz), Craig Williams (Craig), Poison Ivy (DC Comics), Black Adam (DC Comics), Joker (DC Comics), Scooby-Doo, Static (Static Shock), the Hound (Game of Thrones), Daenerys Targaryen (Game of Thrones) and Eleven (Stranger Things). It is possible that Player First Games has begun recording dialogue lines for encounters with other characters but has not yet begun work on bringing these fighters to life.