In case you somehow missed it, the free-to-play platform brawling video game multiverse from Player First Games and Warner Bros. Games was officially released in open beta this week on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC. The new open beta came with the release of LeBron James along with a playable roster of fighters, as well as a significant nerf for Taz. Given that this has long been intended to be a live service game with developer support, it’s no surprise that Player First Games is already eyeing nerfs for other characters.
More specifically, the co-founders of Player First Games and multiverse Game director Tony Huynh recently confirmed that nerfs are coming to Bugs Bunny. Exactly what those nerfs are up to remains to be seen, but Huynh explicitly said “Bugs Bunny will always be fun,” so make what you do. You can check out Huynh’s tweet with the exact quote below:
Nerfs Inc. After EVO, But Bugs Bunny Will Always Be Fun
— Tony Huynh (@Tony_Huynh) 28 July 2022
Judging by the “after EVO” part of the comment, it looks like there would be a major multiverse Patch at some point around August 8th. The massive fighting game tournament EVO 2022 is set to run from August 5 to August 7 and will feature a 2-on-2 tournament on August 5 and 6. The EVO 2022 tournament has a prize pool of $100,000, so it seems the developers don’t want to completely disrupt the game’s title in the big tournament and instead save more nerfs and buffs for later.
as noted above, multiverse Now available in open beta on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC. broadly speaking, multiverse is a free-to-play platform brawler with a focus on 2-on-2 team fights. The video game also recently held a closed alpha. The title includes full cross-play support as well as server-based rollback netcode. You can see all of our past coverage of the upcoming video game right here.
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