Gremlins star Gizmo has made his MultiVersus debut.
Everyone’s favorite Mogwai is now live in MultiVersus, the online platform fighter from Warner Bros., and a new gameplay trailer gives us the lowdown on what to expect from the game’s cutest brawler.
Gizmo has arrived as part of MultiVersus Season 1 and features some interesting moves, as well as an appearance from his iconic pink toy sports car.
The latest update went live just yesterday, adding a number of fixes and balance changes alongside the cool new character. Update your game and you’ll find Gizmo added to the MultiVersus roster.
And he’s got some interesting attacks and abilities.
Gizmo is a support class character with a pretty unique move set, including the weird and wonderful Gizmo-A-Go-Go – a new support move that allows Gizmo to jump onto his partner’s back and absorb incoming damage. Yes, it essentially makes Gizmo a human (Mogwai) shield, but it also removes any negative status effects.
He can also use the move Corrugated Camouflage to hunker down in the toy chest from the movie Gremlins, blocking all incoming projectile damage. Neat, but don’t let your opponents get too close.
Most interestingly, Gizmo can also climb into his iconic pink toy sports car with the Beep Beep move, driving around and damaging opponents. A well-timed jump sends the car smashing into Gizmo’s opponents while you make a quick getawa, and your partner can even drive it around if it’s left unattended.
Check out the video above for an in-depth look at the rest of Gizmo’s moves.
As well as adding the beloved Gremlins character, the most recent MultiVersus update also makes plenty of balance changes.
Notably, you’ll find Bugs Bunny has been nerfed, while Garnet, LeBron James, and Harley Quinn have all been buffed. Taz has undergone some changes too, and you can find all the tweaks and changes in the game’s latest patch notes.
MultiVersus Season 1 is now well underway following the game’s impressive debut. Amassing over 10 million players since the game’s beta launch, it’s an impressive start for the ambitious fighting game.
Want to read more about MultiVersus? Check out what MultiVersus Season 1 has to offer and which other WB characters could be on their way.
Ryan Leston is an entertainment journalist and film critic for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.
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