MultiVersus fans are already modding in iconic Super Smash Bros fighters

. Last updated: July 23, 2022

Multiversus is Warner Bros. taking on the arena fighting game genre popularized by the Super Smash Bros. franchise, and now, thanks to fan mods, some of the Nintendo brand’s most iconic fighters are joining the list.

Multiversus already features a variety of characters in the upcoming open access beta, but fans are already tinkering with the game’s roster. While names like Wonder Woman, Bugs Bunny, and Arya Stark are already playable, some players have decided to take things to another level.

When looking for ways to make a crossover game more engaging, the father of the genre is the best place to look, and that’s where it happened as various fans embarked on what appeared to be a common looting and porting strategy.

Super Smash Bros characters modified in MultiVersus

The two figures of honor are two of Smash’s most iconic swordsmen: Cloud Strife from Final Fantasy 7 and Link from The Legend of Zelda franchise.

Link looks a lot like his Ocarina of Time-inspired adult Link counterpart and features similar moves as you would expect if you’ve used him in Smash.

Cloud Strife also bears a resemblance to its SSB4 and Ultimate counterparts, but has been rebuilt from the ground up in this particular mod.

The video embedded below shows a preview of the end result, although the movement speed isn’t quite ironed out yet. However, his signature style of movement is still there and looks like it’ll work like never before when all is said and done.

Although these two won’t be officially added to the roster any time soon, at least all die-hard fans of these legendary fighters can still get a taste of their favorites.

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Emma James

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