Originally it was Taz , the Tasmanian devil we all learned from the Looney Tunes: his presence in Multiversus , the game of combat with a roster that includes tons of stars from the Warner Bros. worlds, had driven fans crazy – not in the good sense – due to its unstoppable spin attack.
Then it was Bugs Bunny ‘s turn. The iconic carrot-eater of the cartoon turned out to be a very powerful character, to the point that the game’s developers immediately intervened to confirm that an update was coming that would make him a little more balanced. And, while we’re waiting for the patch to make Bugs Bunny a little more harmless, now it’s Finn ‘s turn.
The Adventure Time character, as the game’s beta continues, has become the new insane topic of discussion for the fanbase, because some of his attacks are simply unstoppable and many players select it just hoping to take advantage of these and defeat everyone.
The power of Finn is such that, beyond the memes that are becoming popular on the web, the director of the game has already confirmed that will be coming soon for him too .
Asked by gamers on Twitter, asking him whether an update that would rebalance Finn a bit, director Tony Huynh commented by simply letting it know “yes”.
– Tony Huynh (@Tony_Huynh) August 3, 2022
We therefore don’t know when this update will arrive, but previously – for the Bugs Bunny themed one – the development team had postponed to the period following the upcoming EVO, which will be held from 5 to 7 August. Let’s expect, therefore, that there will be news from next week onwards, even if we don’t know if the two nerfs could be applied at the same time with a single patch.
For now, however, we know that we are all positively surprised by Multiversus . The game signed by Warner, pointed out as a clone of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (which you can find on Amazon), is actually proving to be rich and very fun, to the point that there are many players who have already joined his fight in open beta.
With proper balancing, they could continue to have fun for quite a while – assuming someone else doesn’t take up the legacy of Taz, Bugs and Finn, proving to be a little too strong compared to to the rest of the roster.
You can try Multiversus for free on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. If you want to find out more about the game, we recommend that you compare yourself with our analysis of the game, by the veteran of the genre, Francesco Corica.