All MultiVersus characters & fighter tier list

Ezequiel Leis
Shaggy and Superman fighting in MultiVersus

With MultiVersus finally out, we’ll cover all available characters in Season 1, including all roles, leaks, and the tier list with the best fighters.

MultiVersus is the new fighting game featuring many characters from different franchises owned by Warner Bros. in an explosive brawler with unique gameplay elements.

Here are all the MultiVersus characters in Season 1, as well as all types explained, leaked fighters, and more.

MultiVersus roster: Every confirmed character

There are currently 27 characters in MultiVersus, and here are all of them, alongside their franchise and role in the game:

Agent SmithAssassinThe Matrix
Arya StarkAssassinGame of Thrones
Finn the HumanAssassinAdventure Time
Harley QuinnAssassinDC
Marvin the MartianAssassinLooney Tunes
Banana GuardBruiserAdventure Time
Black AdamBruiserDC
GarnetBruiserSteven Universe
Jake the DogBruiserAdventure Time
LeBron JamesBruiserSpace Jam
MortyBruiserRick and Morty
ShaggyBruiserScooby Doo
TazBruiserLooney Tunes
Bugs BunnyMage/RangedLooney Tunes
RickMage/RangedRick and Morty
Tom & JerryMage/RangedTom and Jerry
Steven UniverseSupportSteven Universe
VelmaSupportScooby Doo
Iron GiantTankThe Iron Giant
Jason VoorheesTankFriday the 13th
Wonder WomanTankDC

MultiVersus: How to unlock characters

MultiVersus players can unlock characters through the Collection section of the game with three different methods:

  • Gold is Multiversus’ free currency players can get by completing missions and leveling up. Characters can be unlocked by spending between 1,500 and 3,000 Gold.
  • Gleamium is MultiVersus’ premium currency you can get with real-life money, and you’ll need 700 Gleamium to unlock any fighter in MultiVersus. You can also get Gleamium through the Battle Pass.
  • Character Tickets unlock characters automatically, but these were only available through Founder’s Packs during the beta.

When starting the game, you’ll unlock a couple of characters thanks to the tutorial, but you’ll need to level up and play different game modes to get currency. If you played the beta, you might have received Character Tickets to unlock the full roster.

Multiversus also features a free character rotation each week, giving players the chance to try characters without needing to buy them.

MultiVersus roles explained

MultiVersus characters can fit one of the five different roles in the game, and here is everything you need to know about each one:

  • Assassin characters focus on dealing damage to their opponents and don’t have any other special abilities.
  • Bruiser fighters are all about dealing damage as well, but these characters have other abilities, like status-inflicting attacks, that can surprise enemies. For example, Batman has different gadgets to get out of sticky situations.
  • Mage/Ranged characters are pretty straightforward and focus on dealing damage from a distance. For now, this category is the hardest to master in MultiVersus.
  • Support fighters can provide healing and buffs to allies, as well as shields, depending on the character.
  • Tank characters can take a beating while also dealing damage and sometimes providing support for their team. These are the toughest characters to defeat, as you’ll need to kick them out of the stage to do so.
Various MultiVersus characters standing
MultiVersus features characters from very different franchises.

MultiVersus character tier list: Best fighters ranked

Here’s a MultiVersus character tier list with all 27 fighters ranked:

SBugs Bunny, Batman, Finn the Human, Superman, Jason Voorhees, Harley Quinn
AReindog, Wonder Woman, Stripe, Shaggy, Tom & Jerry, The Joker, Velma
BSteven Universe, LeBron James, Jake the Dog, Rick, Banana Guard, Arya Stark, Gizmo, Morty
CGarnet, Taz, Iron Giant, Marvin the Martian, Black Adam
Not releasedAgent Smith

It’s important to note that this doesn’t mean you can’t win battles with lower-tiered characters, as each fighter boasts unique gameplay that may pair well with your playstyle.

What’s more, these characters are ranked based on their individual performance. Some characters are better suited for 2v2 battles, especially Support fighters.

MultiVersus: All leaked characters

Here are all the leaked characters for MultiVersus, based on dataminers’ info and other leaks:

  • Raven (DC)
  • Fred Flintstone (The Flintstones)
  • Johnny Bravo
  • Ben 10
  • Godzilla
  • King Kong
  • Neo (The Matrix)
  • Scorpion (Mortal Kombat)
  • Sub Zero (Mortal Kombat)
  • Emmet (The LEGO Movie)
  • Static Shock (DC)
  • Poison Ivy (DC)
  • Wicked Witch (The Wizard of Oz)
  • Daenerys Targaryen (Game of Thrones)
  • Beetlejuice
  • The Powerpuff Girls
  • Samurai Jack

Early leaks suggested Gandalf from The Lord of The Rings and some Harry Potter characters were also coming to MultiVersus. However, it seems like those ideas were scrapped and replaced with other characters with similar abilities. Of course, the whole list is based on leaks and datamining, which doesn’t guarantee these characters are coming to the game.

That’s all you need to know about Multiversus’ roster. For more on upcoming games, make sure to check everything we know about Black Myth: WukongStar Wars Outlaws, 2XKO (Project L), and Elden Ring: Shadow of the Erdtree.

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