Multiverse information continues to leak across the web


Earlier this week, rumors of a Warner Bros. game in development have been published online. Said to be called Multiversus, the game is a Smash Bros style title that pits famous characters against each other.

Word of the game first appeared on Reddit and the information was verified by GamesBeat reporter, and someone with great hair, Jeff Grubb.

A day or two later, a video of the game was uploaded and Warner quickly posted a copyright notice, pretty much confirming the rumor. Images of the game’s selection screen were also leaked online, and then information about a Warner trademark for Multiversus in September emerged, further confirming the game’s existence.

Today more information has been leaked and relates to the characters appearing in the game with a document showing some steps as well as the mapping of the controller and KBM (thanks, Reset).

Fighters would include characters from all kinds of media such as Gandalf from The Lord of the Rings, Mad Max, Arya from Game of Thrones, Tom and Jerry, Fred Flintstone, Johnny Bravo, Batman, Finn and Jake from Adventure Time, Bugs Bunny, Shaggy from Scooby Doo and Rick from Rick and Morty. Some of the characters are said to have alternate looks as well. Think Pickle Rick and Pirate Tom & Jerry.

It is stated that future characters will be sold as DLC and Lebron James could be one of the first.

For some reason, with Smash the game feels a bit like Super Power Beat Down to us where famous characters from movies, comics, and cartoons are fighting. Gandalf vs Darth Vader is one that comes to mind. It’s not going to be anything like that, obviously, but characters from various mediums fighting against each other just brought back the comedic web series, that’s it.

Anyway, getting back to the leaks, the stages shown in the leaked document include Finn and Jake’s treehouse and Rick and Morty’s Get Schwifty (Disqualified!) Stage. Both scenes show Wonder Woman and Galdalf at separate ends, likely preparing for a fight.

The developer of Multiversus is unknown, and Warner has yet to announce the game, but he may soon be given the information about it dripping worse than water from our kitchen faucet.

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