With the backing of a giant corporation like Warner Bros, MultiVersus is poised to be a massive success within the fighting game community and features an incredible cast of voice-acting talent.
Beyond this, the free-to-play platform fighter brings together some of the most iconic pop culture franchises in recent years, including DC Comics, Game of Thrones, Scooby-Do, Looney Tunes, and many more.
Unlike Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, which was made on a tighter budget, WB Games is going all-out to give fans and those interested in trying out MultiVersus the best experience.
MultiVersus - Complete voice cast
Bringing some of the most recognizable names in the voice acting industry, MultiVersus will boast the talents of Kevin Conroy as Batman, Maisie Williams as Arya Stark, John DiMaggio as Jake The Dog, or Tara Strong as Harley Quinn.
Take a look at the entire voice cast below.
- Batman (DC) – voiced by Kevin Conroy
- Superman (DC) – voiced by George Newbern
- Wonder Woman (DC) – voiced by Abby Trott
- Harley Quinn (DC) – voiced by Tara Strong
- Shaggy (Scooby-Doo) – voiced by Matthew Lillard
- Bugs Bunny (Looney Tunes) – voiced by Eric Bauza
- Arya Stark (Game of Thrones) – voiced by Maisie Williams
- Jake the Dog (Adventure Time) – voiced by John DiMaggio
- Finn the Human (Adventure Time) – voiced by Jeremy Shada
- Steven Universe (Steven Universe) – voiced by Daniel DiVenere
- Garnet (Steven Universe) – voiced by Estelle
- Tom & Jerry voiced by Eric Bauza
- Velma (Scooby-Doo) – voiced by Kate Mucucci
- Tasmanian Devil a.k.a Taz (Looney Tunes) – voiced by Jim Cummings
- Iron Giant (The Iron Giant) – voiced by Jon Lipow
Of course, the list will continue to expand as more and more DLC comes out for MultiVersus.
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Characters will interact before, during, and after the match to make players more immersed in this massive crossover. Perhaps one of the most interesting aspects of MultiVersus gameplay is that, unlike other fighting games, this one emphasizes team play, being developed as a 2v2 fighter first and foremost.
Each character has an archetype that's more similar to a MOBA than an actual fighting game. There are Bruisers, like Batman or Taz, Tanks, like The Iron Giant or Wonder Woman, Supports, like Velma or Reindog, and Mage/Ranged, like Bugs Bunny or Tom & Jerry.
For more on all things MultiVersus ahead of its release, including guides, tier lists, tournament news, and more, stick to our dedicated Fighting Games section.
Featured image courtesy of WB Games.