There have been many fighters ‘inspired’ by Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and the latest to arrive on the scene is the Warner Bros. title MultiVersus, which features iconic heroes and cartoon characters like Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Bugs Bunny . and Tom and Jerry.
The techies at Digital Foundry couldn’t resist and decided to do a video comparison to see how this new game stacks up against Masahiro Sakurai’s masterpiece. He already has a tremendous uphill battle on his hands considering how much Smash Bros. has been perfected over the years, but can he really compete?
Digital Foundry notes how combat naturally takes many ideas from the Smash Bros. moveset, but the mechanics and flow of combat aren’t “as strict” as Smash Bros. Visual cues and on-screen sounds are also apparently missing. that may have been overlooked. Overall, the game runs at 60fps matching the performance of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
There are plenty more comparisons throughout, with DF going into a more detailed breakdown around the 10-minute mark, so feel free to take a look if you’ve been wondering how this Smash Bros. contender holds up. You can learn more. on our sister site Push Square:
And if you’re wondering, this free-to-play title is apparently skipping a Switch release. There are many alternatives to Super Smash Bros. on Switch, such as Brawlhalla and Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl.
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