Rick was able to fight Batman in a leaked WB multiverse fighting game

Characters such as Rick and Morty, Justice League, and Scooby Doo can quickly face off in fighters like Smash Bros. if a series of leaks are believed.

right now twitterThere are images on the market showing a roster that people in the Warner Bros. Crossover game allegedly call the Warner Bros. Multiverse. The picture shows 13 character icons, including characters from many famous movies and shows.

Here is a list of all the characters displayed:

  • Steven universe
  • Batman
  • Harley Quinn
  • Finn (Adventure Time)
  • Jake (Adventure Time)
  • Shaggy (Scooby Doo)
  • Superman
  • Wonder woman
  • Gandalf
  • Rick
  • Bugs bunny
  • Tom and jerry

There is also an unknown character in the upper left of the list. Each character has a symbol. Symbols include fists, projectiles, swords, shields, and symbols that look like wings. These can represent different class types, similar to the Mii Brawler, Swordfighter, and Gunner types found in Super Smash Bros.

The game was originally leaked at r / GamingLeaksAndRumors at the end of last week and had a recent trademark named “Multiversus”. Jeff Grab of GamesBeat said the WB Platform Fighter is real, but not developed by Mortal Kombat and Injustice Studio Nether Realm, as some have led to believe.

In the Giant Bomb video, Grab also shared more information about Warner Bros. Pictures.The video was subsequently deleted, but an industry insider Nibel To summarize Grab’s idea that the game “looks cheap,” according to sources, it could be played for free with future characters sold as DLC, thanks to his role in Space Jam. The first DLC fighter could be LeBron James: A new legacy.

Other properties owned by Warner Bros. include Mad Max, Rocky, Harry Potter, and Godzilla. If the game turns out to be official, these properties may be able to participate in the game.

It’s an interesting time for the platform fighting game genre. The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate content update has ended with the addition of Kingdom Hearts Sora. Meanwhile, other platform fighters inspired by Smash Bros., such as the recently released Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, are beginning to fill the void. If this leak turns out to be true, it will be another crossover fighter that fans like Smash are looking forward to.

Logan Plant is a freelance writer for IGN. You can find him on Twitter @LoganJPlant..

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