Over 70% of MultiVersus players haven’t completed this challenge

The Redditor discovered the MultiVersus Challenge that a large portion of the game’s player base did not complete.

Roasting in MultiVersus is an action players can take to respect others at the end of the game. In essence, it is a form of good sportsmanship.

Giving a player a toast saves him 25 coins at no cost to you. Therefore, it only increases the total currency which makes the situation win-win.

Despite this, data about the MultiVersus Challenge reveals that many players did not make this simple gesture even 10 times.

The MultiVersus Challenge was made by only 30% of the players

According to the Reddit post, 70% of players on Steam have not completed the “Nice Speech” challenge, which only requires 10 times to toast to other players.

While it’s strange why only 30% of players do this simple task, you should take into account the general player base.

MultiVersus is a free-to-play fighting game that quickly gained traction when it debuted. When the game released the open beta, many players jumped on the bandwagon. From casual players, to competitive fighters, various demographics have their feet covered in MultiVersus.

But not every player sticks with it.

Picture of some of the characters in MultiVersusWarner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

MultiVersus had an extensive appeal for its free-to-play mechanics and a diverse menu

Similar to Super Smash Bros., the broad appeal of MultiVersus’ diverse roster has brought a lot of casual players into the game. They have characters like Iron Giant, Rick, Morty, and even Batman and Superman. In fact, there are rumors of Goku in the mix as well.

And since it is free to play, many players download the game just to try it out.

But many players ended up creating accounts just to never play the game, or just play it on their couch with friends.

Redditor spasmnina411324 comments, “Most people who pick up this game don’t skip the tutorial, most people who haven’t roasted 10 times have not played a game and just uninstalled. This phenomenon is present in all free games.”