Our MultiVersus Guide will help you decide who is the best fighter in Warner’s free-to-play brawler.
We’ve put together the best character tips, strategies and information for each fighter currently available and their moves.
19 characters are currently available in the game’s open beta and we’ve detailed them all in our MultiVersus guide below, along with a short brief on exactly who each character is, their fighting style and what their strengths and weaknesses are.
Latest Update - Gizmo
Gizmo has been added to MultiVersus as the game’s 19th fighter.
He’s a Support character who’s armed with a bow and has the ability to silence his opponents with music buffs.
We’ve updated this article with links to our Gizmo guide, and will continue to update the article as more characters are added.
You’ll also find a complete move list below, which should help you learn each special move and the best situations in which to use them.
Note: This guide currently relates to the open beta for MultiVersus, and details are subject to change in the future. We will continue to update this guide with more characters as they’re added to the beta and the final release.
MultiVersus guide – list of character guides
- Arya Stark MultiVersus guide
- Batman MultiVersus guide
- Bugs Bunny MultiVersus guide
- Finn MultiVersus guide
- Garnet MultiVersus guide
- Gizmo MultiVersus guide
- Harley Quinn MultiVersus guide
- Iron Giant MultiVersus guide
- Jake MultiVersus guide
- LeBron James MultiVersus guide
- Morty MultiVersus guide
- Reindog MultiVersus guide
- Shaggy MultiVersus guide
- Steven Universe MultiVersus guide
- Superman MultiVersus guide
- Taz MultiVersus guide
- Tom & Jerry MultiVersus guide
- Velma MultiVersus guide
- Wonder Woman MultiVersus guide
MultiVersus guide – unlockables
Our complete MultiVersus unlockables guide tells you how to unlock everything in the closed beta, including:
- Tingout VFX animations
- Profile icons
You can read the unlockables guide here.
MultiVersus guide – how to get the beta
Warner Bros. Games officially launched the MultiVersus open beta on Tuesday, July 26, which means it’s open to everyone on compatible platforms.
An ‘early access’ version of the beta went live earlier in July for selected players, but the beta is now available to all users in the Americas, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.