Gremlins star Gizmo did MultiVersus debut.
Everyone’s favorite Mogwai is now available in MultiVersus, Warner Bros.’s online platform fighter. and a new gameplay trailer tells us what to expect from the game’s loveliest match.
Gizmo has arrived as part of MultiVersus Season 1 and features some interesting moves, as well as an appearance from his iconic pink toy sports car.
The latest update came out yesterday, adding a number of bug fixes and balance changes along with an exciting new character. Update your game and you should see Gizmo added to the MultiVersus list.
And he has some interesting attacks and abilities.
Gizmo is a support character with a pretty unique set of moves, including the weird and wonderful Gizmo-A-Go-Go – a new support that allows Gizmo to jump onto his teammates’ backs and absorb damage. merchant accepted. Yes, it basically makes Gizmo a human shield (Mogwai), but it also removes any negative status effects.
He can also use Wave Camouflage to get under a Gremlins toy chest, blocking all projectile damage. Neat, but don’t let your opponent get too close.
The coolest thing is that Gizmo can also climb onto his iconic pink toy sports car by moving Beep beep, driving around and damaging opponents. A well-timed jump will send the car straight into Gizmo’s opponent while you do a quick getawa, and your teammates can even drive it around if it’s left unattended.
Check out the video above for a closer look at the remaining Gizmo moves.
Along with adding the beloved Gremlins character, the most recent MultiVersus update also made many balance changes.
Notably, you’ll see that Bugs Bunny has been nerfed, while Garnet, LeBron James, and Harley Quinn have all been nerfed. Taz has also gone through some changes and you can find all the tweaks and changes in the game’s latest patch notes.
MultiVersus Part 1 is well underway now Impressive launch of the game. Accumulation 10 million players since the game launched in betaIt’s an impressive start to the ambitious fighting game.
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