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MultiVersus: How To Turn On Mature Language

One of the things that sets the upcoming "MultiVersus" apart from other, similar fighting games like "Super Smash Bros." and "Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl" is that not all of the characters are necessarily from media designed for kids. The addition of "Game of Thrones" character Arya Stark particularly stands out. Sure, Batman and Harley Quinn have been in some edgy comics and films, but Arya hails from a franchise that is anything but child-friendly.

Then there are the characters that have yet to be added to the game such as Rick Sanchez of "Rick and Morty" and fellow "Game of Thrones" character Sandor Clegane. While Bugs and Taz are no strangers to violence, these two come from worlds that are a bit more R-rated. They're also both well-known for their flavorful language. One of the things that makes "MultiVersus" work so well are the lines voiced by the original actors who played each respective character, although it might sound a little odd to hear Rick minding his Ps and Qs. Still, it may surprise fans to learn that the new open beta has revealed that there is a way to enable mature language, freeing their characters to unleash all their favorite obscenities in battle. Here's how to do it.

How to curse in the multiverse

It's actually quite easy for players to let their characters throw around a few of their favorite four-letter words. All they have to do is go into the Settings menu and navigate to the Audio/Language section. From there, they should scroll all the way to the bottom where they will find a box marked "Mature Language." Ticking the box turns the setting on while leaving it unticked will keep the "MultiVersus" characters on their best behavior (via IGN). Hovering over the box reveals the text: "ask your parents before turning on" (which will certainly keep the kiddos from hearing anything they're not supposed to, right?) And that's it! Now, players should be able to hear their characters interact with each other uncensored.

Of course, this enables some of the more mature characters like Rick and Quinn to throw around a bit of profanity, but it doesn't necessarily mean that all of the characters are suddenly going to start cursing like sailors. Velma, Steven Universe and most of the other characters who didn't throw around many expletives in their own world will most likely continue to keep their language PG in "MultiVersus."