MultiVersus Reveals Season 1 Battle Pass Rewards

Dejan Cvetnarevic
Dejan Cvetnarevic

Updated · Aug 16, 2022

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Players have been waiting for the launch of the first Battle Pass since the game’s early access release in July 2022.

New Characters Coming

After much anticipation, Player First Games, the developer behind MultiVersus, has officially unveiled what the rewards will be and how players will be able to obtain them. It has also revealed what they will be able to get for free and what will require them to spend some extra money.

As expected, the season 1 Battle Pass will include new characters, cosmetics, stickers, and more.

New characters arriving in the game are Rick and Morty (as two different characters) from Rick and Morty, Stripe from Gremlins, and DC’s Black Adam. They will be available via the free version of the Battle Pass.

Other goodies such as gold, XP boosts, icons, stickers, and unique badges will also be available for free.

As usual, the Premium Battle Pass features more new stuff and everything from the free version. This means it packs more cosmetics, ring-outs, taunts, and similar.

Players who get the paid version will also automatically unlock the Toon Squad ‘96 Taz variant.

The post announcing the Battle Pass rewards explains how the developers categorize cosmetics. The tiers range from uncommon to legendary, with the ranking system taking unique item features and visual effects into account.

MultiVersus ended the post by encouraging players to start processing through the Battle Pass and obtain the rewards while they are still in the game.

The Background

After some online rumors and leaks, Player First Games announced MultiVersus in November 2021. The game hit the market in July 2022. By August, it had reached 10 million players.

The game features various Warner Bros. characters battling on different stages and trying to knock their opponents outside the boundaries of the arena. It embraces the free-to-play model and relies on in-game items to generate revenue.

Free-to-play games continue to gain more and more attention after Fortnite earned Epic Games $2.4 billion soon after its release.

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Dejan Cvetnarevic

Dejan Cvetnarevic

Dejan is a techie at heart who always dreamed of turning his fascination with gaming into a career. He finds working for TechJury a perfect opportunity to express his views of all kinds of different software. Being an avid reader, particularly of fantasy and sci-fi, Dejan pursued a degree in English Language and Literature. When not at his computer, he’s watching sports or playing tabletop games.

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