How to Register for Free Multiversus Playtest

November 18, 2021

Multiversus will have a free playtest before its worldwide launch. Here, we will tell you how to register for the Multiversus playtest to have a chance of playing it before the official launch.

Multiversus has been officially revealed by Warner Bros a few hours earlier. A brand new fighting game that brings characters from any universe that is under the wing of the Warner Bros company. From Tom & Jerry to Game of Thrones’ Arya Stark and DC’s Harley Quinn.

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Multiversus will be a free-to-play game with cross-play enabled at launch. However, the release date of the game is yet to be announced.

That said, selected players will have a chance to participate in an upcoming playtest in the near future. But how you can declare yourself as a nominee for the playtest? Here is your full guide:

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How to Register for Multiversus Playtest

It’s as simple as visiting the game’s webpage and submitting your email for the upcoming notification by the developers if you would be chosen.

Visit this link, and you will find the email address text box on the home page similar to the image below. Enter your email address and then click on the “Sign Up” button to have a chance of participating in the playtest.

When Is the Multiversus Playtest?

Unfortunately, the developers have not revealed when the to playtest will be available and what platforms are allowed. All you can do is wait and hope for being a little bit lucky.

Multiversus will be available for free on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and PC. The developer has not revealed any plans for a Nintendo Switch release so far.

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