Warner Bros. fighting game roster leak reveals Harley Quinn, Shaggy, and more

Harley Quinn in The Suicide Squad
(Image credit: Warner Bros.)

The Warner Bros. fighting game roster has seemingly leaked via a partial screen capture, revealing a spread of Multiversus characters from across fictional universes.

The image was shared on Twitter by Super Smash Bros Melee world champion Juan 'Hungrybox' DeBiedma, who previously said he received "secret info" about the project, teasing that it would be free-to-play and include Batman and Rick Sanchez from Rick & Morty as playable characters.

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That second part is born out in this new image shared by DeBiedma, which shows portraits for 13 characters. Here's the full list of fighters pictured in the leak:

  • Steven Universe
  • Batman
  • Harley Quinn
  • Finn from Adventure Time
  • Jake from Adventure Time
  • Shaggy from Scooby-Doo
  • Superman
  • Wonder Woman
  • Gandalf
  • Rick Sanchez
  • Bugs Bunny
  • Tom & Jerry (seemingly as one character)
  • And a jolly-looking green creature who seems to be an original character

Each character portrait has an icon in the corner - they're a little hard to make out from the capture, but characters such as Batman and Jake seem to have a sword, Shaggy and Superman have a fist, and Wonder Woman is the only one with a shield. While the video DeBiedma posted - which went more in-depth into the image - has been pulled offline via a copyright claim from Warner Bros. (with DeBiedma observing that's a "hard confirm"), these icons likely denote each character's overall approach to combat.

Did you ever think you'd live in a world where Shaggy was a brawler and Gandalf was a launcher? Well, we're not there quite yet. WB still has to officially announce the game - allegedly called Multiversus - but with all these leaks already out there, we may not have to wait too much longer for the other shoe to drop.

See what else we're looking forward to with our big list of new games 2021 and beyond.

Connor Sheridan

I got a BA in journalism from Central Michigan University - though the best education I received there was from CM Life, its student-run newspaper. Long before that, I started pursuing my degree in video games by bugging my older brother to let me play Zelda on the Super Nintendo. I've previously been a news intern for GameSpot, a news writer for CVG, and now I'm a staff writer here at GamesRadar.