MultiVersus'' latest feature is bringing a revamped hitbox and hurtbox, removing Velma from the police car and adding Gizmo.
Patch 1.02 for Multiverse is now available, which includes some substantial changes for the game, the most being the hitbox/ hurtbox overhaul. Before the update, character''s hurtboxes were only a single, bean-like shape, rather than a one-size-fits-all configuration. Despite this, hurtboxes are now wrapped around each character individually, which should make the action somewhat tighter.
Gizmo, the kind-hearted Mogwai from the best Christmas movie around, is also a new addition to the story. His classic pink car can be used as a projectile to shoot enemies from the ground, and can then use an umbrella to stoke enemies.
As a whole a variety of characters will do, many buffs and nerfs are also received, but Velma has probably received one of the most obvious changes. Previously, one of her attempts saw her soliciting the police to remove individuals, but now it''s been replaced by the Mystery Machine.
The change was not a problem, but considering Velma''s capacity to effectively face LeBron James, it becomes quite clear to you just why it has occurred.
A change to the projectile system, which "standardized opposing projectiles to always clank, destroying both projectiles," as well as a few additional changes, included a change.
Gizmo isn''t the only Gremlins character coming to the game, as Stripe, as well as Black Adam, are scheduled to join the roster as part of the game''s first season, who will also join the first character to play in the season, Rick and Morty.