Big Chungus Bugs Bunny could be coming to MultiVersus

A rather interesting character may be coming to MultiVersus in the form of Big Chungus, the fat meme version of Bugs Bunny.

MultiVersus isn’t a game that likes to shy away from embracing memes. It already has Shaggy as a playable character, who was a meme himself not long ago. The game brought the meme back and gave Shaggy powerful moves – alongside fellow Scooby-Doo character Velma.

In addition, the game has some of the most ridiculous match-ups you can imagine, like LeBron James vs Superman. And it could be about to get a lot weirder, as Big Chungus is apparently in the works.

Big Chungus Approaches

According to VGC reporter Andrew Marmo, Warner Bros have trademarked Big Chungus for use in a video game. Now, unless the company is planning to make some kind of Big Chungus game, it’s probably there to be used in MultiVersus.

Nothing has been confirmed by Warner Bros yet. However, it seems like a likely option – whether it’s some kind of cosmetic for the already existing Bugs Bunny fighter or a new character entirely. It’d certainly put a lot of eyes on the game simply for being one of the weirdest characters in any fighting game ever.

In addition to Big Chungus, we know of more characters that are heading to MultiVersus soon. Season 1 of the game is introducing Morty from Rick and Morty as well as DC comics character Black Adam and Stripe from Gremlins.

And there are a whole lot of potential leaked characters to speculate about too. Some of the more obvious choices from leaks include the Joker, Scooby-Doo, Daenerys and Raven. There’s also The Hound from Game of Thrones, Gizmo, Marvin the Martian, Godzilla and even the Wicked Witch from The Wizard of Oz.

For the full list of leaked characters, check out this VGC guide. There’s a lot more to come, and some of the picks look pretty exciting.

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