MultiVersus leaker suggests Ted Lasso and Scorpion could join the roster
The info comes from the same person who originally leaked the game
A list of characters reportedly coming to MultiVersus, including Ted Lasso and Scorpion, has been posted online by the Reddit user who leaked the game originally.
In a post on Reddit, the user suggested that while some expected characters, such as The Joker, will be joining the game, other surprise characters such as Apple TV’s Ted Lasso are also planned.
Other surprise additions include Fred Flintstone, Samurai Jack and Godzilla.
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The following characters are “mostly finished” – according to the user, this is backed up with a large amount of datamined information from the base game including voice lines:
- Joker – DC
- Raven – DC
- Gizmo – Gremlins
- Marvin the Martian – Looney Tunes
- Lebron James – NBA
- Rick – Rick and Morty
- Morty – Rick and Morty
- Scooby-Doo – Scooby-Doo
- Daenerys – Game of Thrones
- The Hound – Game of Thrones
- Wicked Witch – The Wizard of Oz
- Godzilla – Godzilla
The following list of characters are also reportedly planned for inclusion, but in the early stages of development:
- Johnny Bravo – Johnny Bravo
- Fred Flinstone – Flinstones
- Samurai Jack – Samurai Jack
- The Powerpuff Girls – Powerpuff Girls (all one Fighter)
- The Animaniacs – The Animaniacs (also all one fighter as far as I’m aware)
- Duck Dodgers/Daffy – Looney Tunes
- Scorpion – Mortal Kombat
- Ben 10 – Ben 10
- Ted Lasso – Ted Lasso
The poster notes that previously ‘leaked’ characters Mad Max and Harry Potter are currently on hold, and that despite being part of the original leak, it’s unclear if any work on Harry Potter was ever completed.
While Ted Lasso may seem like a strange inclusion, the hugely popular football-based Apple TV series is partly produced by Warner Bros. Television Studios in conjunction with Universal Studios.
The character was based on a sketch from Saturday Night Live which would later be used by NBC to promote its coverage of Premier League football.