Multiversus: How to Play Local Multiplayer

How to play local multiplayer in Multiversus in a couple of different ways.

How to play local multiplayer in Multiversus in a couple of different ways.

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.

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Serhii Patskan

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.