Multiversus, the new game from NetherRealm appears online

Last week, rumors began to leak about Multiversus, the hypothetical Warner Bros.-themed crossover game allegedly in development at the offices of NetherRealm Studios. After Mortal Kombat 11, in fact, no one knew for sure what the next work of the team would be and many were hoping for the arrival of Injustice 3, the announcement of which, however, did not arrive during the DC Fandome 2021. However, a user had revealed some interesting information about this possible game, also proven by the presence of a trademark registered by the publisher a few weeks earlier.

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Multiversus is supposed to be a Super Smash Bros.-style fighting game where characters from the main Warner Bros. franchises fight each other. We already knew that there would be fighters like Shaggy, Gandalf, Johnny Bravo and many other faces that we never imagined to see fighting each other, but today we discover news on the gameplay and also new images. For example, from a user of Resetera we learn that Finn from Adventure Time will be there and that to fight it will need some resources to be obtained during the fight, but also that Shaggy will be based on his “Ultra Instinct” form, thus following the beloved meme.

There is also talk of the presence of characters like Garnet from Steven Universe, Arya Stark from Game of Thrones and Wonder Woman. As for the gameplay, the user also explains that the gameplay will be centered on the percentage system that characterizes Super Smash Bros. and that among the scenarios there will be places such as the Bat Cavern, Finn’s tree house and other places taken. from the successful Warner Bros. franchise. However, they are very interesting Images taken from an alleged Multiversus playtesting, showing controller and keyboard commands, the interface, graphics and art style of the game, some scenarios and team battles.

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As always, we remind you that the information in our possession is not confirmed by Warner Bros. or NetherRealm Studios, which is why we advise you to take this with a grain of salt. However, the idea of ​​a crossover brawler in this style is far from crazy and undoubtedly has potential. What do you think about this matter, do you think there may be a hint of truth?

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