Tree Fort

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The Tree Fort is an available Map in MultiVersus. It was revealed alongside the game itself on November 18th, 2021. It has a separate form for 1 vs 1 fights. The Map also received a second variation called Tree Fort 2 on January 17th, 2023, which was originally only available in The Lab and in custom matches (via Create Online Lobby and Local Play). On February 16th, 2023, the second variation was also added to the online Map rotation.

Origin

These Maps are based on the Tree House, Finn and Jake's home from Adventure Time. The Ice Kingdom can also be seen on its left.

Lady Rainicorn can be seen flying periodically from left to right in the background. The Snail can also sometimes be seen in random locations of the Fort. The default Tree Fort Map (in both of its forms) takes place during day, while the second variation takes place during night.

Layout

Tree Fort

The map has two levels the players can fight on. The upper level also features two small platforms the players can walk on.

Hazards

The underneath level is surrounded by two tree branch-rooms that can be destroyed if attacked three times. Players can also use the two tree branch-rooms as trampolines. The tree branch-rooms will not appear at all on the Map if Hazards are toggled off.

Tree Fort (1v1)

The underneath level is gone, with the upper level being the only accessible one.

Hazards

The two tree branch-rooms still appear on both sides of the map, although they're now notably at the same level as the map's main body, and will now be destroyed after jumping on them three times. The tree branch-rooms will not appear at all on the Map if Hazards are toggled off.

Tree Fort 2

Very similar to Tree Fort (1v1)'s layout, but visibly bigger.

Hazards

Same as above.

Theme Songs

Adventure Time: Tree House

An orchestral remix of Adventure Time's intro song and "Come Along With Me", its outro song. It also includes a snippet from the game's main theme jingle.

MultiVersus Soundtrack - Adventure Time: Tree House - Gordy Haab - WaterTower

Adventure Time: The Land of Ooo

A remix mash-up of "Chip Dip Triple Flips Are Hip" and "Manlorette Party" from Adventure Time.

MultiVersus Soundtrack - Adventure Time: The Land of Ooo - Stephen Barton - WaterTower

Update History

1.05 Mid-Season Patch

Tree Fort

  • Bounce pads should more reliably bounce fighters and prevent them from fully landing on the platform.

New Year Patch

New Map: Treefort Single Plat (4 Player Map)

  • What the hey-hey!?! You know what they say-say…“Everything small is just a smaller version of something BIG.”
  • You asked for a big change to a small map and we made it happen! Get ready to protect yo beans, because Treefort’s new-and-improved-2v2-single-platform map is filled with all sorts of lumping-bun-punching space; there ain’t no way you’ll be able to “cram your tram!” on this map!
  • Look forward to ‘Treefort (1 Platform)’ in all four-player-based queues and custom matches starting today.

Season 1.02 Patch

  • 2v2 Tree Fort Map - Trampoline tree health reduced to 15 from 30.


Trivia

  • Tree Fort (1v1) and Tree Fort 2 were originally known as Tree Fort (1 vs 1) and Tree Fort (1 Platform) respectively in the Open Beta.
  • Some promotional material and patch notes sometimes refer to Tree Fort as Treefort.
  • A PNG texture of the magic wands from Adventure Time's 13th episode of its second season, "The Pods", is located at the very bottom of the Tree Fort (1 vs 1) Map. It's currently unknown what purpose they were supposed to fill.
The unused "wands" texture, as seen under the Tree Fort (1 vs 1) Map.
  • Prior to a Hotfix Patch on January 30th, 2023, the Tree Fort (1 Platform) Map suffered from a visual glitch that made the Fighters that fought on it look incredibly dark and hard to see if the Map was used in The Lab.[1]
  • Coincidentally, the treehouse also serves as the basis for a Map also known as Tree Fort from Brawlhalla which was added as part of their Adventure Time crossover event.

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