Multiversus: How to Get Twitch Drops

Follow our quick guide if you want to know how to get Twitch Drops in Multiversus and get access to early open beta.

Twitch and Warner Bros. Games offer Multiversus players free Twitch Drops, which allow players who missed the closed beta to be able to enter the open beta after the game leaves Early Access. These codes can be acquired after redeeming your special Twitch codes.

Our guide will provide you with tips on how to get Twitch Drops in Multiversus.

Claim Your Twitch Drops Code

Players who still don't have the Warner Bros. gaming account need to make one in order to claim their code. Here's what you need to do:

  1. Go to official WB Games website.
  2. Create a new account.
  3. Go to your Multiversus profile page.
  4. Go to "Connections" tab.
  5. Select your Twitch profile from the list.
  6. Confirm by pressing "Connect".
  7. Confirm again by pressing "Continue".

Of course, if you already have the WB Games account, you don't need to make a new one.

Once you have linked your accounts, you need to watch any Multiversus Twitch streamer with Twitch Drops enabled for at least 60 minutes between July 19 at 9 AM PT and July 26 at 9 AM PT.

When the time is over, head over to WB Games website and claim your code by following this link.

Redeem Your Twitch Drops Code

Once you have the code, you can now redeem it by following these steps:

  1. Go to your Multiversus profile page.
  2. Go to "Beta Management" tab.
  3. Enter your code in the "Redeem a Beta Code" field.
  4. Confirm by pressing "Redeem".
  5. Select the correct platform (PC, PS 4|5, or Xbox One|X|S).

Once this is done, you will receive another code, which can be used to access the open beta of Multiversus on the chosen platform.

That's everything you need to know on how to get Twitch Drops in Multiversus. If you're looking for a fix to Syncing Account error at launch, then follow our guide via the provided link.

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Sergey has been a freelancer in the video games industry for more than five years, writing for various publications around the world. His favorite games are MtG, Dark Souls, Diablo, and Divinity: Original Sin.

Published Jul. 21st 2022

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