MultiVersus fans are concerned that Warner Bros.
is limiting community interaction and content.
MultiVersus was the hottest fighting game to release in 2022, managing to draw in hundreds of thousands of players at launch.
In its first season, the game kept a consistent number of players, releasing a new fighter every two weeks.
But now, the game is suffering from a content drought and developer Player First Games has been radio silent, causing some fans to worry.
Compared to the five DLC characters released in season one, MultiVersus season two has only seen the addition of Marvin the Martian, with no communication from PFG as to why there haven’t been more new fighters.
Some fans are blaming this lack of communication on Warner Bros., suggesting that the publishers could have asked the devs to limit communication for now.
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But some other fans in the comments of this post claim that this radio silence might be due to the hate that the developers have been receiving over the lack of content in the game for the last few months.
Foreign Multiverse fans are concerned that Warner Bros is limiting Community Interaction and content multiversus was The hottest fighting game to release in 2022 managing to draw in hundreds of Thousands of players at launch in its First season the game kept a consistent Number of players releasing a new Fighter every two weeks but now the game Is suffering from a Content drought and Developer player first games has been Radio silent causing some fans to worry Compared to the 5D LC characters Released in season 1 multiverses season 2 has only seen the addition of Marvin The Martian with no communication from PFG as to why there haven't been more New Fighters some fans are blaming this Lack of communication on Warner Bros Suggesting that the Publishers could Have asked the devs to limit Communication for now to stay up to date With latest top stories make sure to Subscribe to this YouTube channel by Clicking the button above this video but Some other fans in the comments of this Post claim that this radio silence might Be due to the hate that the developers Have been receiving over the last of Content in the game for the last few Months regardless the community for Multiverses is clearly getting impatient With someone even posting a Dev diary
From a game that was released over a Decade ago asking if it could help PFE One comment threat on another post from Over a week ago laments the radio Silence from PFG saying how unusual it Is from a developer that had previously Been so Community focused in the top Comment thread one person said can't Call yourself player first games then go For a smoke for four months without any Goddamn information and explanation Honestly the silence is getting pretty Ridiculous another comment reads there Seems to be some truth to this too as Co-founder of PFG and Community Sweetheart Tony Hein has seemingly Stopped interacting with fans in large Part at the end of February he has liked A few Tweets in recent days but this is A far cry from the daily retweets and Replies fans had come to expect Heinz Period of less frequent Twitter Activities started about four weeks After the season three delay multi Versus and fans aren't sure why he went Silent whatever the reason it's clear That the community is nearly at its Wits End waiting for any kind of big Announcement from PFG about the next Character or update.it seems like it Would be in the developer's interest to Say something since the adoring Community it once had for multiverses is Beginning to drift away as shown by the
Months of social media posts season 3 is Expected to begin in just a couple of Weeks so many players are hoping that Will be a second start for the Game.overall the community seems to be Holding out one last hope that next Season will be a return to the cycle Established in season one with March 31 On the horizon many players are hoping It's a return to normalcy for PFG Foreign Thank you