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MultiVersus

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

OpenCritic Rating

78

Top Critic Average

67%

Critics Recommend

PC Gamer
78 / 100
IGN
8 / 10
Game Informer
8 / 10
GameSpot
8 / 10
Push Square
8 / 10
Digital Trends
3.5 / 5
PCMag
3.5 / 5
Paste Magazine
8.3 / 10
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MultiVersus Trailers

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MultiVersus – Official Gameplay Trailer

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


MultiVersus Screenshots



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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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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Push Square

Push Square Staff
8 / 10
Push Square

Even in open beta, MultiVersus is a worthy competitor to Super Smash Bros. While it may not be able to quite match the scope and production values of Nintendo's flagship platform fighter, its gameplay goes toe-to-toe with its incredibly established rival – and its excellent netcode completely outshines it. The most exciting thing is that this release is guaranteed to grow over time, and with the Warner Bros vaults practically bursting with iconic IP, this is one live service that looks to have a lot of life in it.

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MultiVersus feels like a corporate product, but Player First Games gets the most out of its ridiculous premise.

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If all you want to see is a powered-up Shaggy throwing a sandwich at Batman, then MultiVersus is already a success. . . . The foundation, while flawed, has potential, but this is only the beginning.

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The game itself is also incredibly fun. It presents a tight gameplay loop that's enthralling and welcoming for newcomers and refreshing for fans of the genre. Compare it to Smash all you want, but Multiversus seeks to innovate rather than imitate, and it does so with aplomb.

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