MultiVersus Delay Not Caused by WB Discovery Merge – Golden News

MultiVersus game director Tony Hyunh says that the game is not affected by the Warner Bros. Discovery merger and that ongoing cancellations at the studio have nothing to do with the game’s Season 1 delay.

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