A Rick and Morty character and stage have been leaked for MultiVersus

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We already know that Warner Bros. crossover preventing game MultiVersus will get DLC characters after launch, however there’s a query of who will likely be becoming a member of the roster. While Rick and Morty‘s Rick Sanchez hasn’t been formally introduced, Warner ought to most likely try this quickly — we’ve already seen him in motion.

YouTuber AC_sign posted a full match titled “MultiVersus Rick Leak” on their channel, displaying the scientist battling Velma from Scooby-Doo. Rick’s move set accommodates the type of assaults you’d count on, utilizing sci-fi weapons and, in fact, the all-important Portal Gun. Rick can step by the portals he creates to warp across the battlefield, and power shots from his weapons can journey by them too. Rick can summon Mr. Meseeks and even polymorph his enemies into different characters, altering their look and abilities. All of that is proven on a Rick and Morty-themed stage primarily based on “Get Schwifty,” the episode where Rick sings his meme-level track of the identical title.

This isn’t the primary time Rick and Morty content material has been leaked for the game. All the best way again in October 2021, screenshots of Rick on this very stage have been leaked. Since then, quite a few different leaks have adopted MultiVersus. Most lately, Samurai Jack, the Powerpuff Girls, and Ted Lasso have been mentioned to be future additions to the game.

In phrases of how these characters will likely be unlocked, we have already got a precedent for that. The game is holding a beta right away, and we’ve discovered that you would be able to unlock further characters through the game’s two in-game currencies: Gold and Gleamium. Gold is earned as you play the game, whereas Gleamium is a premium foreign money that you would be able to buy with actual cash.

MultiVersus releases quickly: the beta on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC is deliberate to be a comfortable launch, barring any main bugs. That makes MultiVersus’ launch date Tuesday, July 26. The platform fighter will likely be free to play at launch.