MultiVersus Season 1 Battle Pass Won’t Release All At Once
The fighting game scene has been booming the past decade or so and the genre’s fans have lately been obsessed with fighting game MultiVersus, the new Smash Bros.-like fighting game from Player First Games. The colorful battler makes use of Warner Bros.’s vast catalog of characters, including fighters from the DC Comics, Cartoon Network, and Game of Thrones universes. The game recently released its open beta to the public, which prompted the developer to delay its planned first season of the game. However, it seems that the delay would be short, as MultiVersus season 1 is now heading to launch on August 15th.
Along with the start of the first season for MultiVersus, Player First Games has now made an additional announcement on their official Twitter account. Though arriving at the same time, it seems that the accompanying Battle Pass won’t be fully made available on the same day, and will instead release throughout the duration of Season 1. While little else was shared about what might be part of the new pass, more details, including content drop dates, were teased to be shared at a later time.
Launching with Season 1, the new battle pass is set to debut 50 new tiers of rewards to unlock, replacing the 15-tier “Season 0” pass, and costing 950 Gleamium, the equivalent of $9.50 USD in real-world money. Along with this, Morty Smith from Rick & Morty is set to be the first new fighter to be added to the roster during MultiVersus season 1, becoming available on August 23rd. In addition, the occasion will also bring Classic Arcade Mode and a new Ranked Mode as well as several balance changes. More about season 1 is assured, but for now, MultiVersus fans should expect more mayhem and Ultra Instinct Shaggy memes.
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