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MultiVersus update stops Velma calling the police on her opponents



A new update for MultiVersus has been released.

The patch notes for this update detail various hitbox overhaul changes and Gizmos debut to Warner Bros. Smash-like brawler.


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MultiVersus vs Super Smash Bros Ultimate – The Digital Foundry tech review.

What has caught most peoples attention, however, is the news that Velma of Scooby-Doo fame will no longer be calling the police on her opponents.

With this new patch, she will instead now call on her fellow Scooby gang to send her foes packing. In fact, they will be driven off by the Mystery Machine.

You can see Velmas updated move in action below.

Velma calls the Mystery Machine in MultiVersus (via Mr. Alucard).

So, in the words of the internet, Velma is now going to be less of a Karen.

“Get em sheriff!” 💀 that shit kills me

Karen ultimate

— he who vibes (@NgObscure) August 1, 2022


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Meanwhile, one Twitter user wrote: “They got tired of Velma calling the cops on LeBron LMFAO.”

They got tired of Velma calling the cops on LeBron LMFAO pic.twitter.com/EePlUcU5A9

— Toast (@ToastWtfFTW) September 8, 2022


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In addition to this change, MultiVersus Spectator Mode will now display Team Colours properly and fast settings have been added to support lower-end PCs.

The full patch notes can be found on the MultiVersus site.

Eurogamer recently awarded MultiVersus with a Recommended badge. In his review, Henry called the game a “very pleasant surprise”.

“I wasnt entirely convinced by MultiVersus when it leaked. Weve seen countless platform fighters challenge Super Smash Bros across the decades, usually falling flat,” he wrote.

However, Henry went on to say hell “gladly admit those initial impressions were wrong. Even as a free-to-play game, that carries the usual monetisation pitfalls, MultiVersus sets itself apart where it matters.”

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