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IGN - MultiVersus Leak Possibly Reveals Mark Hamill as Joker


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The version of Joker from Batman: The Animated Series, voiced by Mark Hamill, might make its way into MultiVersus, Warner Bros’ crossover fighting game. A new datamine reveals voiced lines of the character.

Originally posted by Twitter user Laisul, audio of the Joker’s lines was posted and they sound very similar to Hamill’s portrayal of the character from Batman: The Animated Series. In context, the script also sounds like something you’d hear in a fighting game as well, such as “Points to the blue bozos!” and “That’s a point for the red rejects!” This most likely references MultiVersus’s tag team structure where opposing sides are colored red and blue.

Joker Announcer Pack voicelines#MultiVersus pic.twitter.com/BWH43CRp0l

— Laisul (@LaisulMV) September 27, 2022

Back in March, there was a datamine that revealed some of the potential characters that could be joining MultVersus, including Samurai Jack, Ben 10, and Joker. LeBron James was on the list too, and he officially joined the game back in July. Other characters from that leaked list like Rick and Morty, as well as Gizmo, have all been confirmed for the game too. With the new voice lines dug up, this means that Mark Hamill’s Joker has a real possibility of making it into MultiVersus.

MultiVersus is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. In IGN’s MultiVersus review, we said, “MultiVersus may not be a must-play at social gatherings, but its refreshing team-based battles make it a great platform fighter online.”

George Yang is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @yinyangfooey

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