Is Multiversus On Switch? Answered

Can Nintendo Switch players join in on the fun of the popular Warner Bros. crossover fighting game?

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If you’re wondering whether Multiversus is on Switch, here’s what you need to know.

Multiversus, the newest crossover fighting game from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, has been a massive success since its full release in August. In less than a month, it’s reached 10 million players, while topping the NPD’s July 2022 sales chart despite still being in early access at the time.

With all of this success, some have wondered if Multiversus will receive a Nintendo Switch release in the future. Its crossover fighting nature would fit right alongside titles like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl.

Can Switch Players Get In on Multiversus?

In short, no; Multiversus is not currently available for Nintendo Switch. Despite releasing on a vast majority of platforms across multiple console generations, Nintendo’s hybrid console is not one of them.

Before release, Tony Hyunh, the game director of Multiversus, discussed the lack of a Switch port on Twitter. He attributed the decision to having a limited number of resources to make such a release happen in the short term.

This may seem like a crushing blow for Switch players, but hope should not be lost yet; Huynh told another Twitter user that, once development settled down, the team could look into a Switch port. So while it may take a while for Multiversus to come to the Switch, it’s not out of the realm of possibility.

That’s all you need to know about whether Multiversus is on Switch. In the meantime, there’s plenty to look forward to early on in Multiversus. Stick around to Twinfinite to learn more upcoming information about the game, including the new trailer revealing the new playable character, Morty Smith from Rick & Morty.

About the author

Matt Anderson

Matt has been a freelance writer at Twinfinite for a year, and he's been in the games media industry for three years. He typically covers topics related to console news and industry trends for the site, and he has a major interest in first-party console games. Matt also has a Bachelor’s in Screenwriting from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, is an avid content creator on YouTube and TikTok, and legend has it he once asked Super Smash Bros. Melee to be his Prom date.