MultiVersus Dataminer Demonstrates A Work-In-Progress Shop

MultiVersus Dataminer Demonstrates A Work-In-Progress Shop
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With the release of new characters, MultiVersus is able to feel more content full every few weeks, but there are still some aspects that are lacking, such as the anticipated classic mode and the leaked guilds. The shop is the largest omission, though, and it has been greyed out on the interface ever since the game reached open beta.

We are fortunate that dependable MultiVersus data miner and leaker AisulMV was able to access the shop before it was done, allowing us a sneak peek at how it will seem whenever it is eventually included in the game. The video, which was uploaded by AisulMV to their Twitter account, depicts a still-under-construction version of the shop, albeit one that appears to be very near to completion.

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The video demonstrates AisulMV’s ability to click on the shop icon and access that menu item. The word “home” is displayed on the first page along with a number of blank, white tags that are clearly marked with the word “WIP.” AisulMV switches tabs and displays a number of Harley Quinn placeholder slots, so things do start to get a little more intriguing after a less-than-exciting beginning.

Although the stock Harley Quinns lacks any information regarding the skin or anything similar, the icon indicates that there are three different currencies—Gleamium, Coins, and another that I’m not familiar with—that can be used to purchase skins. This additional currency may have something to do with guilds.

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Under the epidermis, there is a timer that may indicate that they alternately enter and exit the store.

This is intriguing because, as of the time of writing, Gleamium, the game’s premium money, is the only option to purchase skins. Granted, paying 3,000 Gold for a single skin is very expensive, but it also gives users an alternative to using actual money. Although this is obviously still a work in progress and far from being finalized or determined, it appears like Player First Games is at least weighing a number of ideas.