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MultiVersus: this psychopathic killer joins the game's roster

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar May21,2024

MultiVersus, is the discreet but fun competitor to Super Smash Bros. Ultimateimagined by Warner Bros. Studios. After allowing players to pit Bugs Bunny and Superman or Scooby-Doo and the Gremlins against each other, a new surprise character from a famous horror franchise will soon be playable.

MultiVersus : this psychopathic killer joins the game's roster

Scooby -Doo against psychopaths

The video game MultiVersus is a great success for Warner. If the title does not benefit does not have the aura of Nintendo licenses in the world of video games, it does however benefit from the possibility of to draw from the studio’s gigantic catalogfor its characters. In fact, the game offers players the possibility of to offer surrealistic encounters and clashes such as Superman against Bugs Bunny or Wonder Woman against the Gremlins.

MultiVersus : this psychopathic killer joins the game's roster

Aware of the jubilant potential of such duels,Warner regularly offers the arrival of new charactersever more surprising, allowing for ever more jubilant matches. We thus already have; seen Arya Stark from Game of Thrones or basketball player LeBron James arrive to face Tom & Jerry or Rick & Morty.

But recently, we feel that Warner is more and more at home. comfortable with his idea of ​​a limitless Multiverse and the trailer for the next expansion now promises the arrival of three new villains. The first villain to join Joining the game's roster is the Joker. Until then nothing surprising since Batman, but also Harley Quinn, are already of the game's playable characters. More surprisingly, Agent Smith fromMatrixjoins the Joker's forces. On the other hand, the real surprise is the arrival of the hero of the horror saga Friday the 13th: Jason Voorhees.

MultiVersus : this psychopathic killer joins the game's roster

Friday and Jason Voorhees more popular than ever

Ifthe possibility Seeing Jason Voorhees threaten Bugs Bunny with his machete or the Scooby-Doo team may seem surprising at first glance, but it is nevertheless relatively logical. The Friday the 13th franchise and its psychopathic killer Jason Voorhees are currently very popular and could even see their popularity increase further. will increase again tenfold soon. Indeed, a few years after the video game epiphenomenon Friday the 13th, films seem to have regained popularity. in popularity and several very big Friday the 13th projects are arriving.

MultiVersus: this killer psychopath joins the game's roster

Thus, just a few days ago, the company Horror Inc. purchased rights and very officially launched what they call the Jason Universe. This project announces that the franchise will now be exploited on various formats, including video games. Better yet, Jason will soon make his return in a series produced by the now prestigious production house A24. To put it simply, A24 is today the kings of a new horror genre called “ elevated horror”, including films such as   The Witch or Midsommarare among the most famous representatives. This subgenre, judged pretentious by some, offers feature films with a more elegant aesthetic, a better-crafted story or even a more in-depth social critique (or at least more obvious and claimed ;e).

MultiVersus: this psychopathic killer joins the game's roster

This project Friday the 13th of A24, called Crystal Lake, is particularly anticipated.In any case, fans of Jason Voorhees will be able to wait while watching for the next announcements of the Jason Universe and let off steam by exterminating the entire Warner cast by playing their favorite psychopath ;ré inMultiVersus. MultiVersus will be available as a free download for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC via Steam and Epic Games Store. And we obviously let you discoverthe trailer in which Jason makes his appearance right there.

And if you're a movie fan horror and Slashers you can also discover our article “Michael Myers: the deadliest killer in horror cinema?” just there.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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