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All characters in Multiversus have plenty of combos that can be used to a great extent by players at various stages of their match-ups. Our guide will show you the best and most recognizable combos for each character in Multiversus.

Best Combos in Multiversus

Arya Stark's Backstab Uppercut Combo

This powerful combo utilizes the Knife Thrower move, which allows Arya to teleport and chain attacks in an unexpected manner.

  • Side Special + Side Attack + Up Special + Up Attack + Side Attack + Up Attack.
Batman's Horizontal Vertical Combo

If you get tired of constantly throwing batarangs, use this combo to apply Weakened to your opponent in addition to plenty of damage.

  • Down Attack + Side Attack + Aerial Up Attack + Aerial Up Special.
Bugs Bunny's Vertical Air Combo

This amazing combo utilizes all the best moves that Bugs Bunny holds in his pockets, ultimately throwing opponents into the air like dry leaves.

  • Side Attack + Up Attack + Aerial Down Attack + Up Attack + Aerial Neutral Attack + Aerial Up Special.
Finn's Backpack Uppercut Combo

It is no secret that Finn's backpack deals massive amounts of damage. It is used to its max with this combo, basically knocking opponents out.

  • Aerial Down Attack + Up Attack + Aerial Side Attack + Aerial Up Special.
Garnet's Ground Down Combo

Tired of chasing opponents? Use this combo for the widest range, inflicting around 50 points of damage if done right.

  • Down Special + Down Attack + Side Attack + Side Special + Down Special.
Harley Quinn's Side Air Combo

Harley has plenty of complex combos that don't always give satisfying results, but not this one. It's super straightforward and ends up igniting opponents on fire.

  • Neutral Special (2x) + Side Attack (4x) + Up Attack + Short or High Jump + Aerial Up Attack + Jump + Aerial Up Special (2x).
Iron Giant's Air Ground Combo

Unlike Harley Quinn, Iron Giant has only a few good combos, and this one is probably the most balanced and universal of them all.

  • Aerial Side Attack + Side Attack + Side Special + Up Special.
Jake's Down Aerial Combo

Would you like to swallow and spit your opponents out again and again? Here's your chance with this repeatable combo.

  • Aerial Down Attack + Neutral Special + Neutral Attack.
LeBron's Ground Air Combo

What LeBron is really good at is throwing opponents off the map. With the help of this combo you'll be able to do it every time.

  • Aerial Down Attack + Down Attack + Side Attack (3x) + Side Special.
Reindog's Spike Combo

Here is another great combo for pushing opponents off the map, and dealing solid damage in the process.

  • Aerial Side Attack + Side Attack + Side Special + Aerial Down Attack.
Shaggy's Ground Air Combo

Aerial control is where Shaggy excels and this combo is the proof of that. It starts on the ground, but ends up high in the air.

  • Aerial Down Attack + Down Attack + Up Special + Aerial Up Attack + Aerial Up Special.
Steven's Ground Air Combo

Steven Universe has access to a special shield platform, which can be used in this combo to lift himself up in the air way above everyone else.

  • Aerial Down Attack + Up Attack + Up Special + Aerial Up Attack.
Superman's Aerial Grab Combo

Aerial Grab is one of the best Superman's moves. This combo allows you to execute it properly every time.

  • Down Attack + Up Attack + Aerial Up Special + Aerial Side Special.
Taz's Horizontal Combo

If you're sick of Taz-nados and want to try something as effective but totally different, then try this combo out.

  • Aerial Down Attack + Down Attack + Side Attack + Neutral Attack.
Tom'n'Jerry's Horizontal Combo

This simple yet effective combo can build up a lot of damage, if you can keep chaining these attacks one after another.

  • Aerial Down Attack + Down Attack + Side Attack + Up Attack.
Velma's Ground Side Combo

Velma is known for having a short range, but this combo exploits this seeming drawback to the best effect.

  • Aerial Down Attack + Side Attack (2x) + Side Special + Up Attack.
Wonder Woman's Ground Air Combo

While Steven makes his shield to lift himself, Wonder Woman uses her shield to lift opponents into the air and deal damage.

  • Aerial Down Attack + Aerial Up Attack + Up Special + Aerial Up Attack.

Related guides

Those are the best combos in Multiversus. For more, click the links or visit our dedicated Multiversus guides page.

Best Multiversus Mods and Skins Wed, 10 Aug 2022 10:05:16 -0400 Sergey_3847


Waluigi Skin Mod


Here is another attempt to make Shaggy look "bad". The Waluigi reskin has already been widely advertised by the Multiversus community, so you can try it now for yourself.


This mod and the Sonic one have been inspired by the Smash Bros. models that really fit the aesthetics of Multiversus.


Get this mod here.


Those are the best mods and skins for Multiversus. For more, click the links or visit our dedicated Multiversus guides page.


Sonic the Hedgehog Skin Mod


Sonic the Hedgehog is a real character in Smash Bros., so why can't he be in the Multiversus?


This mod replaces the Shaggy model with a really fine Sonic reskin, which carries all of its trademark characteristics.


Once again, the only thing lacking is the voice of Sonic, but Shaggy's will do for now.


Get this mod here.


Venom Skin Mod


There are a couple of variants of Venom reskins in Multiversus, but this one seems to have the better design.


Here Venom has all the facial features of the original comic book character, as well as the famous white spider logo on his chest.


Don't be surprised that he's playing with a basket-ball, since this mod replaces LeBron's character skin.


Get this mod here.


Walter White Skin Mod


Shaggy has to be the most replacable skin in Multiversus, and this time it has been taken over by another shady figure from TV, a well known criminal Walter White from the "Breaking Bad" series.


Although he sports his trademark yellow suit here, he's not cooking anything.


Get this mod here.


Batman Beyond Skin Mod


The original Batman looks cool, but this new reskin from "Batman Beyond" animated film is even more stylish.


The dark elements have been made deeper, and the bright red Btaman logo makes the character look even more menacing.


The file does replace the default Batman skin, so make sure that you want this one instead before installing.


Get this mod here.


Optimus Prime Skin Mod


You guessed it right, the Optimus Prime skin from Transformers franchise now takes the place of Iron Giant.


The attention to detail may be the best so far. There are many great reskins for Multiversus, but Optimus Prime takes the cake as the most vibrant one.


Get this mod here.


Saul Goodman Skin Mod


Saul Goodman, the infamous lawyer from "Better Call Saul" series, can replace Shaggy in this excellent reskin mod.


Unfortunately this mod doesn't include voice over changes, as that's exactly what makes the Saul Goodman character so flavorful. Nonetheless, it doesn't ruin the fact the this skin is quite impressive.


Get this mod here.


Link Skin Mod


It was only a matter of time before Link from Zelda series of video games arrives in Multiversus, albeit in the form of a mod.


This skin effectively replaces Wonder Woman, but you will notice that this is actually a very organic choice, which feels totally natural as LInk.


Get this mod here.


Fionna the Human Skin Mod


It did not take long for there to be a Fionna reskin of Finn, and it looks great!


This mod pack actually includes two skins: one with the blue sweater, and one with red. 


Get this mod here.


Ultimate Free Camera Mod


Are you tired of the fixed view in Multiversus? Here's the mod that allows you to fully control the angle and the distance of the camera in the game.


The camera menu can be enabled in the Lab after installing the mod. Once you are satisfied with the new settings, you can start playing in other modes with the chosen new camera angle.


Get this mod here.


120-144 FPS Limit Mod


The current FPS cap in Multiversus is set on 60 FPS, which players cannot overcome by default means. But this mod allows PC players to go way over 120 FPS.


The creators of the mod warn players that this mod needs to be installed and used only on high-end PCs, or it will often crash your game. So if you do have a fully stable 60 FPS right now, then you should have no problem using this mod.


Get this mod here.


Multiversus is the kind of game that simply begs for custom modifications, especially the character reskins. Fortunately, the game community has been working hard on bringing some of the most beloved characters to our attention in this game.


Our guide includes some of the best utility mods for Multiversus, but the rest are skin mods, which can be installed by following these steps:

  1. Download the archived mod files.
  2. \n
  3. Go to Steam library.
  4. \n
  5. Right-click on Multiversus.
  6. \n
  7. Select "Browse Local Files" option.
  8. \n
  9. Go to "\\Multiversus\\Content\\Paks\\" folder.
  10. \n
  11. Copy and paste the mod files in this folder.
  12. \n
Multiversus: Best Perks for Offense, Defense, and Utility Mon, 08 Aug 2022 08:33:28 -0400 Sergey_3847

There are so many perks in Multiversus that you might have a hard time figuring out which ones to pick. The best perks come down to your playstyle to some degree, but there are certainly some that are better than the rest of the options.

Let's go over Multiversus' best perks for offense, defense, and utility separately, so you have a more solid idea of which characters to level to unlock them.

Multiversus: Best Perks for Offense

Snowball Effect

  • Unlock condition:
    • Arya Stark: Mastery Level 2.
    • Shaggy: Mastery Level 11.

This is an absolutely essential offensive perk, which can be highly effective on your weaker characters.

Snowball Effect deals 7% increased damage against the fighter with the highest damage in solo and 15% when stacked.

This means that your damage percentage must be lower than that of your opponent for this perk to work as intended.

Lumpy Space Punch

  • Unlock condition:
    • Jake the Dog: Mastery Level 2.
    • Shaggy: Mastery Level 2.

Here is the best perk for air melee attacks, which increases your damage by 5% in solo and 10% when stacked.

This is a perfect offensive perk for Jake the Dog, who relies heavily on side air attacks, which can get even more dangerous with Lumpy Space Punch.

Hit 'Em While They're Down

  • Unlock condition:
    • Batman: Mastery Level 7.
    • Reindog: Mastery Level 7.
    • Harley Quinn: Mastery Level 11.

There are several debuffs in Multiversus, such as ice or slowdown, but it's always better when you can follow up your debuff with a strong punch. That's where this perk comes in handy.

It increases damage dealt to debuffed enemies by 5% in solo and 10% when stacked. Batman players will love using this alongside Smoke Bomb that slows opponents down.

Multiversus: Best Perks for Defense

'Toon Elasticity

  • Unlock condition:
    • Jake the Dog: Mastery Level 4.

Restoring your grip and taking control over your character after getting ground or wall bounced is super important.

The 'Toon Elasticity perk reduces the velocity at which your characters bounce off by 20% in solo and 25% when stacked.

Use this perk on characters that use lots of air moves, and are generally highly mobile and light.

School Me Once...

  • Unlock condition:
    • Iron Giant: Mastery Level 7.
    • Taz: Mastery Level 11.
    • Tom & Jerry: Mastery Level 13.

Dodging a projectile, such as Batman's batarang or any other, can be a hard task even for the most experienced players.

That's why getting a protection against projectiles can be significant in Multiversus, even if it's only for 2 seconds in solo and 4 seconds when stacked, using this perk.

Absorb 'n' Go

  • Unlock condition:
    • Taz: Mastery Level 4.
    • Steven Universe: Mastery Level 12.

Here is the perk that every character needs in one way or another. It reduces cooldown times of your abilities after being knocked back by a projectile by 7% in solo and 15% when stacked.

With the help of this perk your specials can be used more often, and characters who strongly rely on these abilities will need Absorb 'n' Go to be truly effective.

Multiversus: Best Perks for Utility

Tasmanian Trigonometry

  • Unlock condition:
    • Taz: Mastery Level 7.
    • Reindog: Mastery Level 12.
    • Jake the Dog: Mastery Level 13.

Controlling your movement on knockbacks is absolutely essential when you are launched.

This is especially important for such characters like Taz, Jake the Dog, and Tom & Jerry.

Note that this perk becomes effective only once you adjust your angle during launch, which increases the knockback influence by 15% in solo and 25% when stacked.

Triple Jump

  • Unlock condition:
    • Steven Universe: Mastery Level 2.
    • Superman: Mastery Level 2.
    • Harley Quinn: Mastery Level 4.
    • Jake the Dog: Mastery Level 11.

Would you like to gain an extra jump while attacking in air? Well, here's your chance with Triple Jump.

This utility perk can be used on almost any character to a great effect except Iron Giant, as he's the only character in Multiversus who can't jump an extra time.


  • Unlock condition:
    • Bugs Bunny: Mastery Level 2.
    • Wonder Woman: Mastery Level 4.

This perk is similar to Absorb'n'Go, as it reduces cooldown times by 10% in solo and 15% when stacked, but instead of knockbacks, it happens when players use their reduced abilities.

For example, if your Batman character shoots a batarang projectile, then picks it up, you don't have to wait for this ability to cooldown with the help of Coffeezilla, and you can shoot again right away.

Related guides

Those are the best perks for offense, defense, and utility in Multiversus. For more, click the links or visit our dedicated Multiversus guides page.

Multiversus: How to Unlock Ranked Fri, 05 Aug 2022 09:41:42 -0400 Sergey_3847

Ranked mode in Multiversus becomes available to all players on August 9, 2022, which is the official release date of the game. Players will have to unlock it if they haven't done so during the open beta period.

Our guide will provide you with tips on how to unlock Ranked in Multiversus.

Reach Level 20 on Your Account

Players who had the chance to play the game during the beta test have probably noticed that although there is a Ranked option in the Play menu, it isn't active just yet.

The developer has deactivated the ranked mode until the official release of the game. You will need to reach Level 20 on your account to be able to enter Ranked mode. Open beta players will probably keep their progress in the official release and will be able to play the Ranked mode immediately.

However, all new players that download Multiversus after August 9 will have to level up their account to Level 20. After that the Ranked mode option becomes active in the Play menu.

Here's what you can do to quickly level up your account:

  • Grind XP and levels in the "Co-op vs. AI" mode.
  • Double up your XP earnings by utilizing Rested XP mechanic.
  • Complete daily missions and seasonal milestones in the "Battle Pass" menu.

All three options will bring you closer to Level 20, which unlocks the Ranked mode for you.

Unfortunately, there are no official Ranked rules listed yet, but many expect it to have a reasonable match-making system with leaderboards and a possibility to change characters during ranked runs.

Related guides

That's all you need to know on how to unlock Ranked mode in Multiversus. For more, click the links or visit our dedicated Multiversus guides page.

Multiversus: How to Use a Gamecube Controller Fri, 05 Aug 2022 09:01:24 -0400 Sergey_3847

Most Multiversus PC players prefer to use gamepad controllers when playing the game, and some of them still use the famous purple Nintendo Gamecube controllers.

If you're one of them, and you want to know how to use a Gamecube controller in Multiversus, then follow our guide below.

Purchase Gamecube USB Adapter

Unfortunately, Gamecube controllers cannot be used in PC USB ports directly, and that's why players who wish to use such a controller will have to buy a dedicated USB adapter.

Currently, there are several Gamecube USB adapters on the market, but the best ones are:

  • Mayflash GameCube Controller Adapter
  • Y-TEAM GameCube Controller Adapter
  • Official Nintendo Controller Adapter

The Mayflash 4-port adapter is recommended by many PC players, but it's up to you which one you wish to purchase.

Install Delfinovin Software

Once you have the USB adapter, you need to download a free recognition software that will adapt the Gamecube controls to your PC system.

Follow these steps for proper controller recognition:

  1. Download and install Delfinovin software.
  2. Connect your Gamecube controller to USB adapter.
  3. Connect USB adapter to your PC.
  4. Launch Delfnovin app.

The controller should be recognized by the software immediately, if you've done everything right. If you're using Mayflash adapter, try switching between PC and NS ports at the backside.

In case your PC doesn't recognize your Gamecube controller even after doing everything right, then you need to install an extra software by following these steps:

  1. Download and install Zadig software.
  2. Launch Zadig app.
  3. Go to "Options" menu.
  4. Select "List All Devices" option.
  5. Select "WUP-028" code.
  6. Confirm by pressing "Install".

Once the driver is ready, repeat the same steps with the Delfinovin software as listed above.

If you play the game in Steam, and you're still having problems with your Gamecube controller, then here's what you need to do:

  1. Launch Steam app.
  2. Highlight Multiversus in your game library.
  3. Click on the "Settings" (cog icon).
  4. Select "Controller" tab.
  5. Select "Enable Steam Input" from the list.
  6. Enable both "Nintendo Switch" and "Xbox Controller" options.

This Steam setting will force your Gamecube adapter to work in Multiversus.

Multiversus Gamecube Controls

By default, the Multiversus controls on Gamecube controller will look like this:

  • A: Attack.
  • B: Special Move.
  • X or Y: Jump.
  • Z: Neutral Move.
  • LT or RT: Dodge or Pick up an item.

If you feel uncomfortable with this set up, then you can change it in the Delfinovin edit window.

Related guides

That's all you need to know on how to use a Gamecube controller in Multiversus. For more, click the links or visit our dedicated Multiversus guides page.

Multiversus: How to Farm Gold Fast Sun, 31 Jul 2022 09:09:37 -0400 Sergey_3847

All Multiversus players need gold to be able to unlock new characters. Fortunately there are plenty of ways how players can earn gold, and this guide will provide you with tips on how to farm gold fast in Multiversus.

First Win of the Day

This is the quickest and the easiest way to make gold in Multiversus. All you need to do is get your first win in any type of match-up on your first login every day, and you will be rewarded with 100 gold.

Complete Daily Missions

After that you can start doing your daily missions that also reset every single day. There are only six missions available each day, so try to complete them all to be able to make the most gold.

Usually each mission gives you 100 gold, and if you can't complete any of the missions, then you have a chance to reroll one of them for free only once. If you wish to reroll again, you'll have to pay 100 gold, which is not recommended.

Level Up Your Profile

The game rewards you with free gold every time your profile progresses to the next level.

The reward for each level is once again 100 gold, which you can easily accomplish by completing dailies and utilizing Rested XP, which practically doubles your XP gain if used correctly.

You can also level up each individual character that you have unlocked and get 100 gold at Level 5.

Level Up Your Battle Pass

In the "Battle Pass" menu, you can find a ranking ladder with many levels. Once you achieve Level 11, you will be rewarded with 250 gold.

You can level up your Battle Pass by simply completing daily missions and seasonal milestones.

Get Toasted!

Players who play well can get toasted by other players, meaning that their opponents can give them toasts for showing good game.

If you play and win, there is a big chance that your opponent will toast you at the end of the match-up, which automatically grants you 20 gold.

Many experienced players exploit this mechanic, and make a lot of gold every day just by being toasted, as there is no limit to how many toasts you can get.

Play With Your Friends

Every time you play with a friend, you get 30% more XP and 30% more gold, so play with your friends as much as possible, as this is going to be beneficial for all of you.

Related guides

That's all you need to know on how to farm gold fast in Multiversus. For more, click the links or visit our dedicated Multiversus guides page.

Multiversus: How to Level Up Fast Sun, 31 Jul 2022 09:08:14 -0400 Sergey_3847

Almost everything you do in Multiversus in one way or another brings you closer to the next level. However, there are some ways that can take you there much faster than others. This guide will provide you with tips on how to level up fast in Multiversus.

Play Co-op vs. AI Mode

Many players believe that playing against AI bots in Multiversus is useless, as typically you don't get any XP for that.

That's the case if you play 1v1, but not that many players know that playing in Co-op vs. AI mode actually grants you XP and much faster than in any other case.

You can find this mode in the "Play" menu, and either play with a random player online vs. a pair of bots, or link up with one of your friends and do the same. The latter variant is recommended, as cooperative play with friends grants you 30% bonus to both XP and gold earnings.

Utilize Rested XP

No matter what you do, always try to use the Rested XP gauge, which can be found in the "Battle Pass" menu.

This mechanic allows players to double up their daily XP earnings by playing less rather than more. You can read more about this mechanic in our dedicated Rested XP guide.

Complete Seasonal Milestones

No other missions in the "Battle Pass" give you as much XP as the seasonal milestones that rotate only once a season. But if you want to get as much XP as soon as possible, then completing these first will get you there much quicker than anything else.

Once again, try to bring a friend to these missions, so you can earn 30% more XP after completing them.

Related guides

That's all you need to know on how to level up fast in Multiversus. For more, click the links or visit our dedicated Multiversus guides page.

Multiversus Best Characters Tier List Fri, 29 Jul 2022 09:38:33 -0400 Sergey_3847

Multiversus has some of the most iconic characters from the Warner Bros. catalog. But in a fighting game like this one players need to pay special attention to the movesets of characters, and not the popularity of their corresponding franchises.

Our guide will list all the best characters in Multiversus in a tier list fashion. You will learn about their strongest moves, as well as their potential weaknesses.

S-Tier Characters

Bugs Bunny
  • Type: Mage, Ranged.
  • Unlock: 2,000 Gold.

The Wascally Wabbit is just as infuriating in Multiversus as he is in the WB cartoons. He can hit hard, heal his allies, and play mind games with his opponents.

His Swing Batta Batta! attack literally hits opponents with an upswing of a baseball bat. He can also heal by using his Pie Barrage! at allies. If a pie hits an enemy, they will be slowed down instead.

His special is Bunny Burrow, which allows him to tunnel underground (making him immune to damage). Opponents can't do much about it, and he can jump out to hit them with a surprise attack.

  • Type: Bruiser.
  • Unlock: 2,000 Gold.

Although Batman is considered a brute choice, there is actually a strategy to him that can uplift your entire game.

His Batarang attack can be a boon when timed correctly, with returning projectiles that reduce your cooldown times. You can build up a lot of damage and apply plenty of stacks of Weakened status effect to enemies by using your Batarangs well.

If you get in trouble, you can drop a Smoke Bomb to envelope your allies and makes you immune to attacks. If an opponent enters the smoke zone, they will get slowed down.

A-Tier Characters

  • Type: Bruiser.
  • Unlock: 1,500 Gold.

Shaggy may not look like the strongest character in the game, but he definitely packs a punch.

His most brutal attack is Power Stomp, a charged strike that can break your opponents' armor. In a similar air attack, Shaggy clenches his fists together and ground slams an opponent.

If you really wish to see incredibly high damage numbers, check out his Zoinks! move that expels pent up rage into a devastating attack.

Unfortunately, Shaggy is too one-note to be in S-tier.

Jake the Dog
  • Type: Bruiser.
  • Unlock: 2,000 Gold.

Most players rely on Jake's side air attack, which is effective but quickly gets annoying for both the player and the opponent. Don't neglect this bright yellow dog, though. He is not just a one-trick pony.

Where's My Halfpipe? is a fun trick that you can use to annoy opponents by jumping onto their heads with a skateboard. Try it, as it is one of the coolest things you can do in Multiversus.

As for his best move, then it is undoubtedly Rubber Stomach, which allows Jake to literally swallow opponents and shoot them as projectiles at other enemies.

B-Tier List

Finn the Human
  • Type: Assassin.
  • Unlock: 2,000 Gold.

Finn is often cited as the best or most overpowered character in Multiversus.

He's got plenty of upsides, which does make him one of the best characters in Multiversus, but put him against a solid Batman or Bugs Bunny player, and you can suddenly see all of his flaws.

Still, Finn's a very fun character and probably the most beginner-friendly of the roster. Use his Power Stomp move for some AoE shenanigans, or go for his Backpack Attack, which is a favorite of many Finn players.

Harley Quinn
  • Type: Assassin.
  • Unlock: 2,000 Gold.

Harley Quinn is a queen of combos!

This means that she is really fast, but mastering her moves can be really difficult. That's why Harley is one of the least beginner-friendly characters in Multiversus.

Once you master her Slider combo, or one of her specials, such as Stuffie Bat or Jerk-in-the-Box, then she may easily become your personal S-tier character. But getting there will take time and a lot of practice.

Tom and Jerry
  • Type: Mage, Ranged.
  • Unlock: 2,000 Gold.

Tom and Jerry is another case of "great moves that are hard to master." But once you get to know their attacks, you may well find yourself their biggest fan.

For example, the infamous charged Paddle-Paddle-Paddle upswing can be absolutely crushing for an opponent who can't find a way to break the cycle.

Also, try Tom's tennis racket special or a fishing lure to deal with large enemies, such as Iron Giant.

There are many other great moves you can practice with, but just like in the case with Harley Quinn, it's not going to be easy.

Related guides

Those are the best characters in Multiversus. For more, click the links or visit our dedicated Multiversus guides page.

Multiversus: How to Unlock Characters Thu, 28 Jul 2022 10:04:49 -0400 Sergey_3847

There are 16 playable characters at launch in Multiversus, and only four are available for new players to start with. It's likely you'll want to unlock the rest as quickly as possible.

Our guide will show you how to unlock characters in Multiversus. You can get them one by one, or all at once depending on your budget.

How to Unlock Characters in Multiversus

All characters in Multiversus can be found in the character menu. The locked characters will have a lock icon, so if you wish to unlock them do the following:

  1. Go to the "Collection" menu.
  2. Click on the locked character of your choice.
  3. Select "Unlock" option at the bottom of the screen.
  4. Choose to pay either in Gold coins or in Gleamium.
  5. Once paid, the character will be unlocked.

Note that Gold coins can be earned by simply playing the game. Here are some of the best options to earn Gold coins:

  • Play your daily missions every day.
  • Complete your seasonal milestones.
  • Play various matches online or in local multiplayer.

The easiest way to earn Gold coins in Multiversus is to play against bots, who are very easy to beat. In this way you can easily complete your dailies and make enough Gold to purchase more characters.

If you are ready to spend real money to unlock characters, then you can purchase Gleamium currency. Here's how much it will cost you:

  • 450 Gleamium = $4.99.
  • 1,000 Gleamium = $9.99.
  • 2,200 Gleamium = $19.99.
  • 6,000 Gleamium = $49.99.

You can purchase Gleamium by simply clicking on the Gleamium icon at the bottom left corner of the main menu. Usually one character costs 700 Gleamium to unlock, or a few thousand Gold coins.

Lastly, you can purchase Founder's Pack on the official Warner Bros. Games page, and get character tickets to unlock characters out the gate.

Related guides

That's all you need to know on how to unlock characters in Multiversus. For more, click the links or visit our dedicated Multiversus guides page.

Multiversus: How to Play Local Multiplayer Thu, 28 Jul 2022 09:12:27 -0400 Sergey_3847

Many Multiversus players are looking for a way to set up the game with their friends in a local multiplayer mode. Fortunately it is possible to create a custom lobby for local play.

Getting local multiplayer in Multiversus up and running is very simple, and shouldn't take you any time at all to figure out.

How to Play Local Multiplayer in Multiversus

There are actually two different ways how players can start local multiplayer matches in Multiversus.

The first method includes the following steps:

  1. Go to "Custom" menu.
  2. Select game mode (e.g. 2v2).
  3. Choose your ringouts, time, and maps.
  4. Add players in Team 1 and Team 2 via "Invite Friends" option.
  5. Press "Start Match" to begin your match-up.

The second method is a bit more complicated, but it is preferred by most players due to wider options. Here's what you need to do:

  1. Press "Play" in the main menu.
  2. Go to "Custom" tab.
  3. Select "Local Play" feature.
  4. Go to "Settings" menu (book icon in the top right corner).
  5. Choose your preferred game mode (e.g. 2v2), ringouts, and time.
  6. Press "Done" to confirm.
  7. Select characters for all players.
  8. Press "Ready" to confirm the choice.
  9. Select your map in the next menu.
  10. Confirm by pressing "Accept".

Pay special attention to the game mode here. If you choose a game mode but add the wrong number of players, then you will get an error.

But if you do everything right, then you will also be able to choose different types of cosmetics, stickers, and other elements of gameplay. 

Related guides

That's all you need to know on how to play local multiplayer in Multiversus. For more, click the links or visit our dedicated Multiversus guides page.

Multiversus: What is Rested XP? Thu, 28 Jul 2022 08:54:04 -0400 Sergey_3847

Earning XP in Multiversus not only increases the overall level of your characters, but also allows players to unlock various cosmetics in the Battle Pass menu. Rested XP comes in handy here, though you'll want to know how it works to make the most of it.

What is Rested XP in Multiversus?

Multiversus players can find the Rested XP gauge at the bottom right corner of the Battle Pass menu.

This gauge simply increases the amount of XP you earn while playing normal matches. If the gauge is full, then all your XP will be doubled, but if it's empty, then you get no bonus.

You may also notice that once you leave your game and go back the next day, the gauge will be full once again. But the more you play, it begins to decrease until it becomes completely empty.

This means two things for you:

  • Rested XP gauge encourages players to play every day in short sessions.
  • Rested XP gauge discourages players to play long sessions.

With all this in mind the best way to utilize the Rested XP gauge would be the following steps:

  1. Complete your daily missions (6 per day).
  2. Complete your seasonal milestones.
  3. Play 1v1 matches.

All these are quick and easy, and grant a lot of XP. If you're just playing for XP gains, you may want to stop playing once the meter runs out and come back the next day. But really, what's the fun in that?

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For more, click the links or visit our dedicated Multiversus guides page.

Multiversus Offline Mode Bug Fix Wed, 27 Jul 2022 09:41:41 -0400 Sergey_3847

The Multiversus launch has been a success, with players flooding the servers to try their hand at their favorite characters. With initial success comes heavy server load, and many players are stick in offline mode. Though that isn't quite the cause of this issue.

This guide will provide you with a potential offline mode bug fix in Multiversus, so you can get online and start stomping.

How to Fix Offline Mode Bug in Multiversus

The offline mode bug actually has nothing to do with the game servers. The real reason why players get stuck at offline mode is hidden in the age of the players.

For example, if you've entered your age at the start of the game as below 18, then the game won't let you in online mode.

In order to change your age, you need to do the following:

  1. Exit the game.
  2. Go to "\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Local\MultiVersus\Saved\SaveGames\" folder on your PC.
  3. Delete the "firstlaunch_save.sav" file.
  4. Launch the game.
  5. Select your age "Over 22" at the loading screen.

Now you should have no trouble playing the game in online mode, unless the servers are having a hard time processing your request.

Unfortunately the same cannot be done on the consoles. If you're having a similar bug on a console, then you have to wait for the official patch. If you don't want to wait, then you need to send a support ticket to the Warner Bros. Games by going to the official WB help page.

Make sure that you're describing your problem as clearly as possible and in as much detail as possible, and then send it in. Soon enough the support team will answer your call.

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That's all you need to know on how to fix offline mode bug in Multiversus. For more, click the links or visit our dedicated Multiversus guides page.

Multiversus: How to Toast Another Player Thu, 21 Jul 2022 10:13:06 -0400 Sergey_3847

What does Toast do in Multiversus? Toasting serves two functions: it's a way to show respect for other players after a match and a way to give them a small number of Gold Coins. Though it's part of the starter challenges for the game, the system can be slightly confusing. This guide will tell you how to get the currency and how to give another player kudos through the system in Multiversus.

How to Get Toasts

Toasts are fun little prizes that you can gift other players at the end of each fight. But how do you get them? 

  1. Go to the game's main menu.
  2. Select "Collection" tab.
  3. Look at the top right corner of the screen.
  4. Click on the Toast icon to purchase toasts.

You can buy packs of 10 Toast for 350 gold. You can buy as many as you want if you have the gold; there is no limit. 

If you have the free Preseason Battle Pass, then you will get five Toasts after completing Tier 4 fights. And if you have the Premium Battle Pass, you will get 10 Toasts after completing Tier 6 and Tier 12 fights.

How to Toast

Once you have the Toasts, how do you actually toast other players? It is a pretty simple process: 

  1. Complete a "Best of Three" match-up.
  2. Go to winner/loser screen afterwards.
  3. Wait for a Toast to pop up above the winner's head.
  4. Click on the "Give Toast" button to gift it to an opponent.

When you give them kudos, your opponent will get 25 Gold Coins, as well. 

That's all you need to know on how to toast another player in Multiversus. For more, such as how to get Twitch Drops and how to get around the syncing account error, click the links or visit our dedicated Multiversus guides page.

Multiversus: How to Get Twitch Drops Thu, 21 Jul 2022 08:37:06 -0400 Sergey_3847

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.

Multiversus: Syncing Account Error Fix Thu, 21 Jul 2022 08:22:40 -0400 Sergey_3847

Multiversus, a lot of attention thanks to its cartoon-infused roster and the fact the game will be free to play. Unfortunately for now, many players are stuck at a loading screen with the Syncing Account State error message.

Our guide will provide you with a fix to the Syncing Account error in Multiversus so you can move on and play the game.

Restart or Update Your Game

The Syncing Account error is caused by the server issues, which Player First Games are currently working on. This is what the developer posted on its official Twitter page:

Now all players need to restart their game for the official fix to take effect. However, if simple restart doesn't help, then you might need to manually update your game to the latest version.

Update Multiversus in Steam

  1. Open Steam app.
  2. If your automatic updates are enabled, then the game should start the update itself.
  3. Otherwise, click the "Update" button manually.

Update Multiversus in Microsoft Store

  1. Open Microsoft Store app.
  2. Click on the three dots next your profile icon.
  3. Select "Downloads and Updates" option.
  4. Click on the "Get Updates" feature.

Update Multiversus on PS4|5

  1. Go to the "Games" tab.
  2. Highlight Multiversus.
  3. Select "Options" feature.
  4. Select "Check for Updates".

Update Multiversus on Xbox One|X|S

  1. Go to "My Games and Apps" menu.
  2. Select "Manage" tab.
  3. Go to "Updates" tab.
  4. Highlight Multiversus and press "Update".

Verify Integrity of Game Files

Some Steam players report that even after update the game may not load. This can be happening due to corrupt files, which you can easily fix by following these steps:

  1. Open Steam app.
  2. Select "Library" tab.
  3. Right-click on the Multiversus game.
  4. Select "Properties" from the list.
  5. Go to "Local Files" tab.
  6. Select "Verify Integrity of Game Files" feature.

That's all you need to know on how to fix Syncing Account error in Multiversus. Be sure to come back soon for more related guides at GameSkinny!