MultiVersus beta aims for a soft launch, bug-free

by Narendra

Because of its closed alpha, MultiVersus is off to a strong start. Those who were fortunate enough to participate in the closed alpha were able to get a feel for the game’s gameplay and figure out who their main characters will be once the game is released later this year.

MULTIVERSUS | OPEN BETA News we KNOW…SO FAR

The fact that any progress made during the alpha stage will not be carried over to the full release is one of the alpha’s drawbacks.

If you were successful in unlocking any characters or cosmetics during the course of the battle pass, you will need to do so once more. Fans are understandably curious as to whether or not the upcoming MultiVersus beta will be the same, but the director of the game is hopeful that this will not be the case.

Tony Huynh responded to a supporter on Twitter by stating that the intention is to make the beta available indefinitely. This will essentially turn the beta into a soft launch before the game is made available to the general public. On the other hand, this is only going to be the case if there are no major bugs present. It is my sincere hope that this will not be the case, and that players will be able to keep everything they unlock while participating in the beta.

MultiVersus Release date

Even though MultiVersus does not yet have a specific release date, the beta version is anticipated to be available in the month of July. We have an extremely limited amount of information about it, but we are hopeful that it will have additional playable characters.

The Iron Giant did not appear in the alpha version of the game, but it is possible that he will do so in the beta version, at which point he will finally have the opportunity to work alongside Superman.

Even though there have been a number of leaks that might have revealed some of the characters already in the game, there are almost certainly even more that have not yet been revealed.

Additional Cartoon Network icons, such as the Powerpuff Girls and Samurai Jack, as well as the titular star of Ted Lasso, which would easily be the most outlandish inclusion to date, are some examples. Shaggy’s Ultra Instinct is even more bizarre than that.