MultiVersus Open Beta begins later this month, including the Iron Giant

Multiversus Screenshot

The multiverse for fictional characters is vast, with different characters belonging to various media conglomerates. In gaming, it’s a popular trend nowadays for these companies to gather up their most popular IPs and throw them together on a platform fighter. No complaints here, though, especially in the case of MultiVersus: a joyful foray into the genre while bringing life to numerous Warner Bros. characters. I’ve been missing getting into the zany action of the game but, luckily for us, a MultiVersus Open Beta is coming later this month.

The Open Beta will also include a new character not available in the previous closed beta. The Iron Giant is a big, chonky boy, absolutely dominating the screen with his large, titanium body. I was half expecting the guy to be scaled down even more. But, while he may not be towering over everyone, he’s still quite big compared to the rest of the roster. The Iron Giant will definitely pose a threat when players get to try him out later.


Earlier the better

While the Open Beta for all players will start on July 26, Warner Bros. is also offering an Early Access period for lucky players starting July 19. For anyone seeking to enter the Early Access Open Beta for MultiVersus, you’ll have to create a WB Games Account, watch any Twitch streamer playing MultiVersus, and receive a code as a Twitch drop. You should be able to nab a code by the end of the day if you just leave a stream on. For anyone who was also a part of the previous Closed Alpha, you’ll also have access by default.

Be sure to get a code if you can for a head start on the competitive action. You can get a first look at the Iron Giant and all his metallic glory by checking out the new gameplay trailer below.

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