Warner Bros. Games today announced MultiVersus, an all-new free-to-play, platform fighter videogame that features a team-based 2 vs. 2 format combined with a cast of characters from across Warner Bros. universes.
Houses go head to head in four epic battles answering hundreds of Wizarding World trivia questions with help from the live audience to unveil which house knows the intricately detailed universe like the back of their hand.
Warner Bros. is creating a brand-new, reimagined take on the 1980s vampire classic, The Lost Boys. In the original film, two brothers move to a California beach town and soon discover it is being terrorized by a stylish vampire biker gang.
We almost missed it but deep in a Variety piece about the upcoming release of Dune, was a mention that Warner Bros. is “looking to develop other installments in its ‘Mortal Kombat’ universe.”
The performance promises to be immersive and will feature the first-ever dynamic setlist dictated by fans in real-time.
Chariot is based on the AWA (Artists, Writers, and Artisans) graphic novel written by comic book creator and screenwriter Bryan Edward Hill (American Carnage, Bitter Root), drawn by Priscilla Petraites (Rat Queens) and edited by AWA Chief Creative Officer Axel Alonso.