MultiVersus Open Beta Confirmed for July 26, Early Acccess on July 19

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WB Games has confirmed the open beta for MultiVersus which will go live across all platforms on July 26.
WB Games has confirmed the open beta for MultiVersus which will go live across all platforms on July 26. Warner Bros. Games

Following a closed alpha test from May 19 to May 27, publisher Warner Bros. Games is finally opening the floodgates for the second round of testing, with the MultiVersus open beta confirmed to launch on July 26. The open beta will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam, as per developer Player First Games. To celebrate the upcoming testing period, Warner Bros. Games released two new trailers: an open beta trailer and a new gameplay trailer. Check them both out in action below.

Besides the full open beta experience on July 26, Warner Bros. Games also announced a separate early access beta that will go live on July 19, a week earlier. Players who were able to secure a place in the closed alpha test will be guaranteed a spot in the early access, and it will be available regardless of their platform.

Warner Bros. Games also revealed a separate FAQ detailing the playable characters in the open beta and maps and modes that players can jump into.


  • Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and Harley Quinn (DC); Shaggy and Velma (Scooby-Doo); Bugs Bunny and Tasmanian Devil a.k.a. Taz (Looney Tunes); Arya Stark (Game of Thrones); Jake the Dog and Finn the Human (Adventure Time); Steven Universe and Garnet (Steven Universe); Tom & Jerry (Tom and Jerry); The Iron Giant (The Iron Giant), and an extraordinary original creature named Reindog.


  • The Batcave (DC), Tree Fort & Tree Fort 1 vs. 1 (Adventure Time), Scooby’s Haunted Mansion (Scooby-Doo), Trophy's E.D.G.E., Trophy’s E.D.G.E. 2, Classic 3 Platform, and Training Room.


  • 2 vs. 2 team-based cooperative mode, 1 vs. 1 matches, 4-player free-for-all, 1-4 player local matches, co-op vs. A.I. matches, custom online lobbies, The Lab (practice mode), and tutorials.

The MultiVersus open beta will support full cross-play capabilities between all platforms. It will also support full cross-progression, so you can play on one platform and not lose your progress if you move to another. Warner Bros. Games also confirmed that the open beta for MultiVersus will be completely free-to-play for all players, with optional in-game purchases.

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