Multiversus Director Doesn’t Rule Out Mortal Kombat Characters And Asks For Fan Favourites

The license belongs to Warner Bros., so they have complete freedom to include fighters like Scorpion and Sub-Zero.


As developers did Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl some time ago, the team MultiVersus is about the community anxiously waiting for the title. With an extensive list of fighters that could appear in this proposal similar to Super Smash Bros., fans did not take long to mention one of the most popular sagas within the fighting genre that could have representatives in this title, Mortal Kombat, and the director of the title did not remain silent on the requests.

Tony Huynh, the director in question, indeed received numerous requests to include Scorpion and Sub-Zero in MultiVersus. Although he did not confirm or deny both additions in his response published on social networks, he invited the community to share their favourite fighters belonging to the bloody saga of fights.

“I’m not saying it’s going to happen,” said the director. “But if you were to choose 2 Mortal Kombat characters to join MultiVersus, who would you choose?” After this invitation, the proposals began to flood Huynh’s account. We see mentions of Scorpion and Sub-Zero and other famous fighters such as Kitana, Raiden, Johnny Cage, and Liu Kang.

As we well know, MultiVersus borrows the system from Super Smash Bros. and mixes it with its approach in cooperative combat. Batman, Harley Quinn, Arya Stark and even Shaggy are just the first known and confirmed faces within the cast.

Who would you like to see on MultiVersus? We are already thinking about our choices because with so many licenses available, in addition to Mortal Kombat, there is incredible potential for the success of this fighting title on platforms. Remember, the game is scheduled to arrive in 2022.

Source: Destructoid

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