At least in the form of a very full-featured Open Beta that is open to all players, MultiVersus has officially been made available to the public. Not everyone will be able to play the game right away because it is in Open Beta, despite the Looney Tunes-themed layered gates.

The MultiVersus Open Beta is available starting on July 19th, but the game’s official release isn’t until July 26. Player First Games and Warner Bros. have pushed the game live in Early Access up until that point, probably to stress test the servers.

This means that only a small number of MultiVersus players will have access to the game for an entire week, regardless of whether they received a code, were granted access during a previously closed test, or bought a Founder’s Pack, which grants everyone instant access on their preferred platform.

Although the developers will undoubtedly benefit from this rollout, it may come across as a little shady for an “Open Beta” if you don’t have access or are unable to pay upwards of $40 to get it through one of the content bundles.

Thankfully, the developers were aware of this and came up with a strategy for promoting the game while also offering free access codes. Twitch Drops have been incorporated into MultiVersus’ Open Beta, like many other contemporary games. Developers are now able to give codes to players who watch streamers.

Following a few simple steps, viewers can sign up for a chance to receive an Early Access code. If they are successful, they can then use their code to access the game. When the full game launches later this year, all of the content you unlock during Early Access will also be available in the regular Open Beta.