Earlier this week, we caught wind of rumors suggesting that Warner Bros. was working on a platform fighting game that would feature various characters from its different properties. These rumors were then corroborated by a well-known industry insider. Now, a content creator has revealed additional supposed details about the game, including images, as well as its title - Warner Bros. Multiversus.
The new leaked details for WB’s fighting game came by way of content creator Hungrybox, who claims to have several internal sources that are all sharing similar information about the game. Leaked details state that the game will be free-to-play, and will include cross-platform functionality. Most interestingly, Hungrybox provided this screenshot of what is said to be the game’s character select screen.
y’all thought I was lying, huh?— hungrybox (@LiquidHbox) October 27, 2021
Warner Bros Multiversus
Character select screen. There seem to be levels and fighter type icons
-Batman / Harley Quinn
-Superman / WW
-Rick & Morty
-Tom & Jerry
-New Char (top left) pic.twitter.com/laYwgn4kiv
We see several characters that were named in the original leak, including Shaggy, Gandalf, and Batman. There’s new faces as well, including Adventure Time’s Finn and Jake. The image seems to indicate that there will be levels, and that each character will be classified by fighter-type. The leaks also stated that there are plans to add characters to the game post-launch as paid DLC, and that one of the first could be NBA superstar LeBron James.
Hungrybox also posted a YouTube video in which he spoke about the leaks, but that video has been blocked due to copyright claims from, you guessed it - Warner Bros. Though we’re yet to get an official announcement, evidence continues to mount, pointing to the likelihood that the game is indeed real.
According to the leaks, the game’s official title will be Warner Bros. Multiversus. Although there has been no official announcement, it's important to remember that some of this information may turn out to not be accurate. Either way, be sure to stick with Shacknews for any potential updates on the game.