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Warner Bros. Interactive, Player First Games
Jul 19, 2022 - PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, PC

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PC Gamer
78 / 100
8 / 10
Game Informer
8 / 10
8 / 10
Game Rant
4 / 5
Windows Central
4 / 5
4 / 5
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MultiVersus – Official Gameplay Trailer

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MultiVersus – Official Cinematic Trailer - "You're with Me!"

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Critic Reviews for MultiVersus

A fun Smash Bros. on PC that needs a little more fine-tuning to reach its full potential.

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Characterful fighters, a good skill ceiling, and a co-op emphasis with real depth makes Warner Bros. MultiVersus a very pleasant surprise.

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MultiVersus may not be a must-play at social gatherings, but its refreshing team-based battles make it a great platform fighter online.

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Living games have the potential to go in frustrating directions, but MultiVersus has a strong foundation. If it can meaningfully roll out content and smooth out its rough edges, this could become a new crossover obsession for years to come.

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Warner Bros' all-star battle proves to be a worthy contender to the platform fighter throne.

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MultiVersus is a fun, competitive twist on the Super Smash Bros. formula with an extremely bright future ahead of it.

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While the comparisons to Super Smash Bros. are impossible to ignore, the team at Player First Games has quickly established MultiVersus as a platform fighter that's a force to be reckoned with in the competitive community. The title’s focus on gripping 2v2 matchmaking that rewards careful collaboration elevates MultiVersus above nearly every other sub-genre contender.

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Even with the balancing issues and a clear rough start to its first season, MultiVersus’ incredibly solid and unique core mechanics, along with its clear love and respect for every character and series that it represents, let it stand close to the top of the genre. It still needs some fine-tuning, but I’m confident that in a year’s time, MultiVersus will be standing strong next to Smash.

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