MultiVersus is an all-new free-to-play, platform fighter videogame with an ever-expanding cast of iconic characters and legendary universes, various online modes including a team-based 2 vs. 2 format, and on-going content-filled seasons.
As of now, there are five distinct Character Classes: Assassin, Bruiser, Mage, Support, and Tank. Each of these classes typically denotes the general area a character is best used in, and here is an explanation of each, along with every fighter classified within them.
Every fighter also has a distinction that tells you which direction their moves are best suited for covering too: Vertical, Horizontal, or Hybrid. These are less important to overall gameplay, however, and more just a label to provide at-a-glance insight into their playstyle.
Assassin fighters are generally lightweight fighters whose main strengths are their combo proficiency and quick reflexes. Assassin fighters receive 14% increased damage from all sources. The Assassin fighters consist of:
Fighters are at home in the heat of a brawl and excel at melee combat using sheer brute force. The Bruiser fighters consist of:
Mage fighters that aren't as powerful as other fighters with regards to close quarters combat and instead fight mainly from a distance utilizing a variety of traps and projectiles. The Mage/Ranged fighters consist of:
Support fighters have numerous defensive abilities that make them excellent allies in team matches. The Support fighters consist of:
Tank fighters are hefty and sluggish, although they make up for it with high defenses and devastating power. The Tank fighters consist of:
Perks are a type of power-ups in MultiVersus that grant various buffs to the Fighter they are attributed to. If the same Perk is selected by both players of the same guild, then that Perk will become Stacked.
Perks can come in one of the following categories: Offense (symbolized by the color red), Defense (symbolized by the color blue), and Utility (symbolized by the color green).
There are also Fighter-specific Perks, known as Signature Perks, that are symbolized by the color yellow.
Have a player who did really well during a match? At the end (best 2 out of 3 or if someone opts out) Toast them (an icon above their character) to give them a notification and +20 gold!
How to get toast: Players are given 5 Toasts daily upon logging in. More Toasts can be obtained by advancing through the Battle Pass, complete Daily Missions, level up Fighters, and get "Toasted" by other players. Additionally, you can buy 10 Toasts for 350 Gold Ui icons gold colored.png.
MultiVersus is currently in Open Beta (as of July 26) and will continue to get updated with new characters, maps, seasonal content, and more in the months ahead. An end date has not been set for the Open Beta. For more information, visit mutliversus.com/open-beta-faq
What type of modes does MultiVersus have
MultiVersus introduces a team-based 2 vs. 2 format with a strong emphasis on online cooperative gameplay. The game also offers 1 vs. 1 matches, 4-player free-for-all, co-op vs. A.I. matches, custom online lobbies, The Lab (practice mode), tutorials, and local play matches supporting up to four competitors.
Does MultiVersus have rollback netcode?
Yes. MultiVersus has dedicated server-based rollback netcode to support online gameplay.
How much does MultiVersus cost?
MultiVersus is a free-to-play game with optional in-game purchases.