MultiVersus to Address Locked Characters in Training Mode in a Future Patch 3453

MultiVersus to Address Locked Characters in Training Mode in a Future Patch

MultiVersus Game Director, and Player First Games co-founder, Tony Huynh, confirmed a patch is in the works to address issues with characters being locked in training mode.

While this sounds like a small issue, it prevents players from trying a character before buying. This can be rather annoying, given the changes in progression, and wide variety of character styles.

Unfortunately, while training is going to be addressed in a future patch, it was not confirmed if offline versus would be impacted as well. This was one of a wide variety of changes made to that players are divided on.

For those who missed it, MultiVersus officially re-released on May 29. Returning players were given the first season pass, which has enough currency to purchase the next season, along with a wider array of cosmetics to unlock. It also has a number of exciting events, including one that unlocks Agent Smith before his official release, and other short lived costumes.

More information about MultiVersus can be found below.

MultiVersus Overview


Choose from Bugs Bunny, Batman, Arya Stark, Rick Sanchez, and many more. In MultiVersus, every star brings their unique moves, worlds and attitudes to fight. And as the roster expands, so does the spectacle — with new personalities and play styles turning up the heat in every battle.   


Our maps turn legendary realms like the  Batman’s Bat Cave, Jake and Finn’s Treefort, Game of Thrones’ Throne Room into epic battle grounds. And the best part? We’re adding new maps regularly, so the party never stops!


Whether you’re seeking the intensity of 1v1, the frenzy of a 4-player mayhem, or team up for strategic 2v2 battles, we’ve got you covered. Plus, introducing an all new PvE mode, a thrilling realm of limitless combat possibilities designed for solo or co-op play.


MultiVersus has full cross-play and cross-progression support across all platforms.


Our brawlin’ Multiverse does not hit snooze — and neither should you! There’s always something new brewing in our evolving MultiVerse with regular content drops and on-going quality improvements. 

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