Within weeks of its open beta release, Multiverse surpassed 10 million players, although the initial seasons were delayed. Just a few weeks after its open beta release, Multiverse has already surpassed 10 million active players. Multiverse surpassed 10 million players in the first two weeks of its wide release.
Their new title, Multiverse, is being developed by industry newcomer Player First Games with original publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment With 10 million players already trying out the new Multiverse title, who knows how big this game will become once Season 1 is released soon? The fighting title MultiVersus will also receive a Battle Pass and Season 1 content, although this has been delayed until later this year. Ten million players is a lot since The Fighting Title Multiverse entered closed beta on July 19th. The big milestone is less than a month away.
Ten million active players is a significant number for a fighting game or even a sport. With 10 million active players, Multiverses players already outnumber most of the biggest fighting games. With the number of multiverse players growing so quickly, it’s no surprise that Warner Bros. has such an impressive multiverse pool. Massive multiplayer growth is expected at launch. Warner Bros. Multiverse is a free-to-play game that helps players a bit, but still burdens players a bit.
WB Games and Player First Games have a lot going for the Multiverse. It’s only been two weeks since Multiverse entered multiplayer beta, but WB Games’ effort to create its own Smash Bros-style brawler has already caught the attention of millions of gamers. Warner Bros. Smashlike started closed beta testing on July 19th and went public a week later, which means the game is approaching a million players every week week after week.
Multiverse reached the 10 million player mark and became the most played game on Steam while Multiverse was in open beta, representing an average of 37,509 players. According to tracker.gg, MultiVersus has reached a huge milestone, all in just three weeks. That’s an incredible number in just three weeks of MultiVersus open beta, and it’s sure to explode when the final version is released.