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MultiVersus Hits 10 Million Player Milestone In 3 Weeks; Still Not Out Yet In Southeast Asia
It’s a good day for Warner Bros. and casual fighting game fans as the fighting title MultiVersus has gangbuster numbers. Well, not so much the other parts of the world like Southeast Asia but them’s the breaks.
According to stats website tracker.gg, the Warner Bros. Smash Bros. clone has surpassed 10 million players, with the exact number being 10,473,023 at this time of writing. That’s a huge number of players since the game went closed beta on 19th July; that’s less than a month to get those numbers. And who knows? Those numbers might actually be higher if the game were accessible in the whole of Southeast Asia, where the region literally gobbles up free-to-play games fast like it’s going out of style.
The game also had quite a showing at last weekend’s EVO 2022 fighting game tournament with a US$10,000 prize pot. The game will also have a Season 1 battle pass and content, though that’s delayed to god-knows-when.
So why isn’t MultiVersus available in Malaysia, Singapore, The Philippines, and other countries? That’s because the developers have only enough bandwidth (workforce, network servers) to work on US and European regions at this point in time. Things may change when the game exits open beta, though that timeline and date is still up in the air.