There are no plans to introduce co-op to Multiversus just yet.
Thats according to game director Tony Huynh, who – whilst responding to a question posed by a player on Twitter – said that as the teams current focus is “stabilising [MultiVersus] experience”, any plans to integrate couch co-op is “further out”.
Huynh added that right now, “netcode improvements, hurt/hitboxes, projectiles, platform interactions” are most important to the team (thanks, NME).
It’ll be further out, our focus right now is stabilizing our experience. Netcode improvements, hurt/hitboxes, projectiles, platform interactions, etc.
— Tony Huynh (@Tony_Huynh) August 25, 2022
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