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News other 04 June 2024, 01:44

author: Olga Fiszer

Why was Iron Giant Removed from Multiversus? Explained

Wondering what happened to Iron Giant in MultiVersus? We explain why he was removed and when you can expect him back.

Source: MultiVersus; developer: Player First Games

MultiVersus is a free to play platform fighter where iconic characters from Warner Bros. franchises like Superman and Bugs Bunny clash in crazy battles. But recently, players noticed a metallic absence in their collections – Iron Giant has vanished. Did this titan get permanently pummeled, or will he return to the MultiVersus? Read on to find out more.

Is Iron Giant Coming back to Multiversus?

If you’re missing your favorite big, shiny metal guy, we’ve got some good news for you – Iron Giant is making a comeback to MultiVersus roster. Iron Giant wasn't permanently removed from the game, but rather temporarily disabled to address some balance issues. Apparently, some of his moves were a little too effective; players discovered glitches and combos that made him an overly powerful character.

Some of Iron Giant’s moves allowed for infinite combos, meaning opponents could be trapped with no chance of escape. Unsurprisingly, this wasn't exactly fair play. Player First Games developers are currently on the case. They've acknowledged the issue through an official post and are working on a solution. Don't worry, you won't have to wait long – an update detailing Iron Giant's return is expected next week.

Remember, this is a common practice in the ever-evolving world of online games. Developers constantly monitor character performance and make tweaks to ensure a fun and competitive experience for all players.

Olga Fiszer

Olga Fiszer

Joined the guides on in 2019. Nonetheless, you can also come across her posts about LEGO, which is something she has passionately collected for many years. A former corporate employee who decided to move to the UK, where she devoted herself to collecting pop culture relics. Her favorite game genres include primarily RPGs and jRPGs, classic RTSs, as well as unique indie games. When, despite a sizable collection of games, she concludes there's nothing to play, she launches Harvest Moon, Stardew Valley, one of the KOTORs, or Baldur’s Gate 2 (Shadows of Amn, not Throne of Bhaal) for the hundredth time. After hours, she enjoys painting figurines or admiring her collectibles and retro consoles.