Multiversus: Are the stewards at Warner Bros. Games already rubbing their hands together in anticipation of the forthcoming popularity of the free fight? After the first day of open testing, the production had the highest level of interest compared to the many other publications the publisher had previously released.
Multiversus was introduced to the world by Warner Bros. at the end of the year. It is a wacky and extremely dynamic 2.5D fight that will take advantage of the potential of many of the labels owned by the American company. It will present the battles of characters such as Bugs Bunny, Shaggy, Batman, Superman, Arya Stark, and the recently announced LeBron James.
The open beta of the game began yesterday; players now have access to up to 16 characters (albeit they only have access to four at the beginning), eight different game types, and eight different locales in which they can experience the conflict. Users of the PS5, PS4, Xbox, and PC platforms may anticipate having full access to cross-play and cross-progression across all platforms.
After the first day, the developers from Player First Games are able to talk about a significant success, which was already heralded by the closed testing phase – at the peak moment, the brawl on Steam servers was checked out by 144,456 players, which gave it the 7th place among the most popular productions in the last 24 hours, behind such hits as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, DOTA 2, or Lost Ark.
As the editors of VGC point out, Multiversus has already managed to break the popularity of other publisher titles. Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (82 517), Back 4 Blood (65 987), Mortal Kombat 11 (35 147) and Batman: Arkham Knight (27 406) enjoyed much less popularity. Multiversus has already managed to break these records.
Multiversus will be released to the public in 2022, so Warner Bros. Games simply needs to select the tactic that will prove to be the most successful in order to keep players interested in the position. Just last week, when some players were granted access to the beta.