It looks like MultiVersus is focusing more on 2v2 multiplayer than ever before. Indeed, a recent leak reveals that players may be able to share their Battle Pass progress.
A Battle Pass Partner
Dataminer AisulMV shared information about his find via his Twitter account. We can see screenshots of a system designed to allow two MultiVersus players to link their accounts.
The first image shows an in-game menu with the title " Find a Battle Pass Partner ". It seems to be a way to search for a player's name and then be able to invite them to link the two accounts .
The second image is a new menu titled " Request Battle Pass Link ", which mentions the ability to "conquer" the MultiVersus battlefield faster, while sharing rewards.
- The first dot indicates that linked players both contribute XP to the same Battle Pass.
- The second point indicates that if one of the players has a Premium Battle Pass, the players will share their progress on it.
- The third dot indicates that quest rewards and XP are always awarded to both players.
two is better
So the screenshots hint that two MultiVersus players could share a Battle Pass, doubling their XP gains. XP rewards obtained by both players from completing quests will thus go into the same progress bar. As players level up, they both earn rewards.
Also, while somewhat ambiguous, it may well be that only one player has to pay for the premium version of the Battle Pass.
With this mechanic, it seems that Player First Games encourages more two-person team play in MultiVersus.
And then, earning rewards faster will encourage both MultiVersus players to play more often, which will keep the player base going.
Be careful though, if AisulMV seems to say that this information is not new, it has not been confirmed or denied by Player First Games, so it should be taken with a grain of salt.
MultiVersus is available now in open beta for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
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