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MultiVersus Battle Pass Progression Could Be Shared Between 2 Players

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In many ways, MultiVersus isn't trying to reinvent the wheel — the game is a derivative platform fighter heavily inspired by the Super Smash Bros.

franchise. However, MultiVersus does innovate in some surprising ways. It's free-to-play, it features an impactful perks system, and perhaps most important of all, MultiVersus is focusing on 2v2 multiplayer instead of 1v1.

A newly discovered leak shows just how dedicated Player First is to 2v2, revealing that players may even be able to share their battle pass progression.Dataminer AisulMV shared information about the leak via their Twitter account recently, posting screenshots of a system designed to allow two MultiVersus players to link their accounts.

The first image shared shows an in-game panel with the heading «Find a Battlepass Partner.» It includes a way to search for a player's username and is assumedly the first step in sending an invite to another play to link accounts.MultiVersus Planning 'Big Overhaul' of Hitbox/Hurtbox SystemThe second image from AisulMV provides a much clearer picture of what linking accounts in MultiVersus would mean.

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