in the meantime Multiversus has taken the fighting scene by storm between its beta and full release, but is technically still in the “pre-season” stage. This is set to end on his August 9th, with the release of a new Battle Pass, the addition of the Morty character, and a Ranked Mode. However, it has been confirmed that Multiversus Season 1 will be postponed.
The first season of MultiVersus has been postponed to a ‘later date’
MultiVersus Season 1 has been postponed, developer Player First Games announced in a series of tweets posted to the game’s official Twitter account.
What started as a ‘thank you’ to the community quickly turned into a postponement announcement for both Season 1 and the upcoming Morty character. No reason was given for the delay, but the team just wanted to “guarantee.” [their] a community called [they] We are dedicated to providing new and exciting content to delight our players. “
As for the new Multiversus Season 1 release date, the developer has not shared a specific date. [players] know the timing quickly [it] can. “
We will let you know the timing as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience and enthusiasm and look forward to announcing Season 1 very soon!
—MultiVersus (@multiversus) August 4, 2022
On the bright side, the Season 1 delay has extended the end of preseason to August 15th for those who haven’t yet completed the preseason Battle Pass. .
It’s not clear if the next ranked mode, which was slated to release at the same time as Season 1, will also be delayed. i am ready.
Season 1 is set to start on August 9th, but being delayed just a few days means there are already countless hours to master combos as Bugs Bunny, the Iron Giant, and many other WB characters. It is definitely devastating for the many enthusiasts who have spent their time. Hopefully a new release date will be revealed sooner or later!
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