The first season of MultiVersus has officially concluded, and players can now expect some fresh content in the following season. The MultiVersus Season 2 will be released on November 16th, and it will include a few adjustments to the Battle Pass system, a new Big Head mode, character buffs and nerfs, and a lot more. Here are some of the most significant updates made in the MultiVersus Season 2 patch.
MultiVersus Season 2 patch: Battle Pass, Big Head mode, and more
The new MultiVersus Season 2 Battle Pass will not have any tiers without prizes, in contrast to the previous one, and each tier now has a reduced point requirement. Four unlockable skins are included in the Battle Pass; one of them (Baker Street Tom & Jerry) is available for free upon reaching Tier 50, while the other three need the purchase of the Premium Battle Pass.
Here is a list of all the cosmetics that have been added to the second season of MultiVersus.
- Evil Morty (1500 Gleamium)
- Samurai Batman ( 2000 Gleamium)
- Fern (2000 Gleamium)
- Uncle Shagworthy ( 2000 Gleamium)
- Baker Street Tom and Jerry (Unlockable on tier 50 of the Free Battle Pass)
- Astronaut Velma (Unlockable on Tier 1 of the Premium Battle Pass)
- Tea Time Reindog (Unlockable on Tier 42 of the Premium Battle Pass)
- Maestro Bugs Bunny (Unlockable on Tier 50 of the Premium Battle Pass)
Along with streamlined instruction for newbies, this update will also debut the in-game store, which will feature all of the characters and cosmetics accessible in the game.
The MultiVersus Season 2 patch notes mention that players will be able to exchange Gleamium for a variety of extremely exciting cosmetics. Additionally, some specialty skins will be included, such as the Samurai Batman skin from the game’s closed alpha.
With the MultiVersus Season 2 update, it is now possible to play Big Head mode, an entertaining alternate that has always been present in a great number of video games. The mayhem will be exacerbated by the fact that combatants’ heads will be significantly bigger and their cooldown times will be shorter. Keep in mind that Silly Queue is an experimental MultiVersus arena that was created with players who wish to temporarily escape the competitive aspect of normal modes.
You can check out the complete Season 2 patch notes on the MultiVersus website.