Gamers in Asia were left fuming after being left out in the dark following no news about Multiversus’ release in the world’s largest continent

Hardly a month since its release, fighting game Multiversus has already taken the world by storm. The WB title already has over 10 million players with the first season having kicked off just a couple of days ago.

Free-to-play with a multitude of popular fictional and real-life characters viz. LeBron James, Bugs Bunny, Shaggy, Wonder Woman, Multiversus’ launch on Steam was the most successful for a Warner Bros. title.

The game’s Season 1 release saw a legion of gamers thronging in from different continents across the world except one. Asian gamers were left red-faced after the game failed to provide any info about the release in the continent.

Angry Redditors vented out their frustrations as “one of the largest region in gaming industry” was ignored.

Here are some of the reactions:

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"The fact that they're ignoring one of the largest regions in gaming industry is absurd" - Redditors sound off after Multiversus' release in Asia remains uncertain 5
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"The fact that they're ignoring one of the largest regions in gaming industry is absurd" - Redditors sound off after Multiversus' release in Asia remains uncertain 6
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"The fact that they're ignoring one of the largest regions in gaming industry is absurd" - Redditors sound off after Multiversus' release in Asia remains uncertain 7
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Reddit screenshots of disappointed users in Asia lamenting about the Multiversus’ absence in the continent

It is worth noting that the release date and server availability has not been announced of yet for gamers in Asia.

“Release in Asia you cowards” – Twitterati vent out their frustrations as well

Asian Twitter users didn’t spare the game either. While some were polite in their approach, a few were vociferously aggressive.

Twitterati Asia hitting out at Multiversus:

With not an ounce of clarity about the game’s future, gamers in Asia are left with hung faces, hoping for things to take a turn for the better.

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