Warner Bros.’s upcoming platform Fighter Multiverse is getting a lot of attention, perhaps now more than ever. Warner Bros. recently conducted a technical test, and thanks to a user on Reddit, a great deal of audio has surfaced.
If the audio is real, it’s over two hours of character lines, many of which have yet to be revealed for the game. These include LeBron James (Space Jam), Raven (DC Comics/Teen Titans) and The Tzmanian Devil.
Reddit secures two hours of audio from Warner Bros. Multiverse
The original download link disappeared from the Reddit thread, but another user uploaded it via Vocaroo for interested parties. There are currently an incredible number of voice clips available for the game, which is interesting if true.
All the voices in the clip are based on the multiverse, from things like taunts to character introductions, such as Raven saying the Beast Boy would be jealous that he would get the chance to team up with Superman. Some characters are only mentioned, while others have actual audio to support their existence.
This could mean that The Tzmanian Devil, Marvin the Martian, LeBron James, Raven and The Iron Giant have all been confirmed to appear in the multiverse in some fashion. A variety of characters were also mentioned in the audio files.
Possible characters teased in leaked potential
- Morty Smith (Rick and Morty)
- Joker (DC Comics)
- Wicked Witch of the West (The Wizard of Oz)
- Craig Williams (Craig of the Creek)
- Poison Ivy (DC Comics)
- Black Adam (DC Comics)
- Scooby Doo
- Static (Static Shock)
- Hound (Game of Thrones)
- Daenerys Targaryen (Game of Thrones)
- Beetle Juice
- Eleven (Stranger Things)
Other exciting files have reportedly been found that could show Rick Sanchez (Rick and Morty), Gandalf the Gray (Lord of the Rings) and even Godzilla in some way for the Warner Bros. Multiverse. This should be taken with a grain of salt like all leaks as it can be fake.
The first reveal for the game began with a series of leaks that led to Warner Bros. officially announcing the game. The audio files certainly sound authentic, so only time will tell if that’s true.
The free-to-play Smash Bros.-style fighting game will feature a wide cast of characters from Warner’s IP, so many of these won’t come as a surprise.
The Warner Bros. game will launch on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC with multiple modes and full cross-play.
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