MultiVersus may get a battle pass sharing feature in the future, if evidence from a data mine of the free-to-play platformer is to be believed.
According to MultiVersus, AisulMV is datamining on Twitterthe feature was “planned a bit back” as far as they knew and could be introduced as part of the game’s upcoming Season 1. AisulMV shared a screenshot of a “Find a Battle Pass Partner” screen found in the game’s files, which would allow players to search for other players to share a match pass with.
As for how exactly sharing a battle pass would work, AisulMV shared another screenshot that dived into just that. As per the Battle Pass Link Request screen shared by AISulMV, the feature will allow two connected players to contribute to a single pass. Only one player needs to purchase the Premium Battle Pass to share it with their partner, and quest and XP rewards for both players will still be awarded. It appears that the player with the least progress will automatically be taken up to the player with the higher match pass progress.
The image warns that a Battle Pass can only be linked once per season, presumably to avoid a large group of people all having to buy a single Battle Pass per season.
Just because these images have been found does not mean that the Battle Pass Sharing feature will be added to MultiVersus for sure, as plans may change over time and the feature may no longer be in the works. We have contacted Warner Bros. for comment, but have yet to receive a response.
Season 1 of MultiVersus, which is set to add new characters like Rick and Morty, was recently delayed. Although no new release date for the start of the season has been given, the official says MultiVersus Twitter detailed several new features coming as part of the game’s Season 1 update, including an arcade mode, ranked mode, and new cosmetics.
The Super Smash Bros.-inspired fighter, which supports cross-play and features characters from DC, Looney Tunes, Cartoon Network and Games of Thrones, recently became the most played fighting game on Steam, despite still being in closed beta at the time . In GameSpot’s MultiVersus review, we called the title a “worthy contender for the platformer throne” and praised its unique 2v2 format.
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