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Warner Bros. Smash Bros-Like Multiversus Leaks Continue

Batman is among the characters said to appear in Warner Bros. Multiversus platform fighter.
Batman is among the characters said to appear in Warner Bros. Multiversus platform fighter. / Photo courtesy of Rocksteady/WB Interactive Entertainment

Several leaks have been discovered for Warner Bros.' as-yet unannounced Super Smash Bros.-style platform fighter Multiversus, revealing details about playable characters and a portion of the game's character select screen.

The leaks began with rumors that Netherrealm, the studio behind Mortal Kombat, was working on the game. GamesBeat reporter Jeff Grubb confirmed the fighter was real, but said Netherrealm wasn't the studio on the project. The list of characters in that first leak included Shaggy from "Scooby Doo," Gandalf from "The Lord of the Rings," Tom & Jerry, Batman, Fred Flinstone, Mad Max and Johnny Bravo.

A few days later, an image of the game's character select screen appeared online. It showed Shaggy, Gandalf, Tom & Jerry, and Batman from the original leak, plus a new character, Stephen Universe, Harley Quinn, Finn & Jake from "Adventure Time," Wonder Woman, Rick from "Rick and Morty," and Bugs Bunny.

Grubb shared further details of the game that same day, saying the game could be free-to-play with future fighters, including LeBron James, to be sold as DLC down the line. Grubb's source also described the game as looking "cheap."

Now, a document has leaked with images showing the stages have apparently leaked on the Discord of Super Smash Bros. content creator PapaGenos. PapaGenos says the images show the Tree House from "Adventure Time" and the stage from the Rick & Morty episode "Get Schwifty" as playable stages.

The document is also said to have revealed a "knock-back percentage" system similar to that in the Smash Bros. games, and Arya Stark from "Game of Thrones"as another playable character.

Although Warner Bros. has blocked a video leak of the game on copyright grounds, it still has yet to officially confirm the game is real.