MultiVersus Game Download, Characters, Release Time, Tier List, Battle Pass, etc

MultiVersus Season 1

What is MultiVersus? 

MultiVersus is a free-to-play crossover fighting game developed by Player First Games and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. 

Warner Bros and Player First Games have released the Season 1 full-patch notes for their colourful character brawler MultiVersus, confirming Season 1's free character rotation and a new release date for delayed character Morty Smith, alongside a whole host of balance tweaks and bug-fixes.


When does MultiVersus come Out?

Multiversus made its presence known across the weekend, appearing at Evo 2022 to announce its upcoming Season 1 Roadmap, giving players a look at what the season will bring upon its eventual release.

MultiVersus Season 1 has a release date of Monday, August 15th.

Similar to open beta timings, Season 1 will go live from the following times:
UK: 6pm to 7pm (BST)
Europe: 7pm to 8pm (CEST)
East Coast US: 1pm to 2pm (EDT)
West Coast US: 10am to 11am (PDT)

MultiVersus download: How to get the open beta on PC, Xbox, PS4 & PS5

If you want to download MultiVersus on PC, all you need to do is head to the official product page on Steam or the Epic Games Store — you'll be able to get the game from there!

If you're looking to download MultiVersus on a PS4 or PS5 console, simply head to the PlayStation Store on your console of choice and select the option to download the game.

Or if you're playing on an Xbox One, Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S, you'll find the option to download MultiVersus in the Microsoft Store on your console.

How to Play MultiVersus?

There are several ways you can play this epic Warner Bros fighting game. Although it has couch co-op, you can also hop into a MultiVersus match online. This lets you play with friends no matter where you’re at. You can even jump in with players you don’t know, testing your skills out against strangers.

So, just how do you play online MultiVersus?

First, ensure that you meet the age requirement. When you first start up the game, you must set your age. If you encounter age restrictions, then you’re permanently locked into offline mode. There are workarounds to change your age, but nothing official yet. So, it’s best to initially choose “Over 22” so you can play MultiVersus online.

Now, that you’re in and you have the right age set, offline is automatically on. You just have to figure out how you want to play an online match in MultiVersus.

For cross-platform play, go to your Settings and select Online/Legal. Ensure that cross-platform matchmaking is enabled.

From here, you can create custom matches with friends no matter where they’re at or what system they’re playing the game on. Alternatively, now that you know how to play MultiVersus online, use it to match up with random players in the various game modes. Try your hand at 1V1, Teams, Co-Op vs AI, or the epic Free For All match.



As of writing, only two characters have been confirmed for Multiversus Season 1 with both Rick and Morty making their way into the game.

Rick and Morty making their way into MultiVersus

Morty is set to be the first of these two fighters added to the game, officially confirmed to be making his debut in Multiversus on Tuesday, 23rd August 2022.

Rick meanwhile doesn't have a fixed release date other than "during season 1" and after Morty though more info for that is expected to arrive soon.

A message from the MultiVersus support team reads: “We’re excited to announce Season 1 will begin on August 15 with a brand-new Battle Pass for you to earn in-game rewards! We can also confirm Morty will join the character roster on August 23 as part of Season 1. We look forward to sharing more in the coming weeks.

Quick Note: Everything we are bringing to you in Season 1 will not drop on the same day. New modes and content will be spread through the life of the Season. We’ll continue to share dates on all the fun things to come.”

MultiVersus All Chracters and Tier List Season 1

There are currently 17 fighters to play with, and even more on the way as part of this coming MultiVersus season. That's not all - with new cosmetics, modes, and a battle pass to work towards completing also on the way.

S – Tier

Bugs Bunny

The king of cheese. Whether you're climbing the top 30 leaderboards or floating in the mid-ranks like me, encountering a Bugs in 2v2 is scary, but predictable. The snarky wabbit has proven to be the most popular pick among the best MultiVersus players(opens in new tab) because he can do it all: smash your face up close with a bat, send screen-filling ACME rockets across the stage, punt airborne foes to the depths of cartoon hell, and summon pies at will. 


The crowned prince of cheese. Finn is a lot less cerebral than Bugs, but that's exactly what makes him dangerous. His sword gives his basic attacks longer reach than the numerous fist-punchers on the MultiVersus roster.

A – Tier


I've yet to see players who are better at getting in my face and staying in my face than Batman mains. Played casually, he can land fun combos that apply Weaken to enemies.


You'd think Superman would derive his MultiVersus power from his super strength, rapid punches, or ice breath, but when it comes to the Man of Steel, it's all about that side-special grab.


EVO champion Nakat said it best when he dubbed Shaggy the "Mario of MultiVersus." He's an all-arounder: a dependable brawler at close-range with some seriously powerful moves (his neutral attack, down air, and side special are all easy finishers against even sub-100 damage enemies), and that's before he charges up his Ultra Instinct form, which boosts his attacks and applies a full stack of Weaken.

B – Tier


Velma's dominance at EVO spoke for itself, but at the middle tiers, her inherent difficulty as a ranged support character becomes clear. Her unique ability to shoot lock-on word bubbles from anywhere on the stage is notable (and annoying), but unless she's expertly supported by an aggressive teammate, her limited melee options make her easy to bully.

Harley Quinn

Harley Quinn plays like the Assassin equivalent of Shaggy: simple to pick up with hard-hitting combos, but just simple enough to easily counter. It's a tough life for Assassin characters who aren't named Finn.

Iron Giant

Speaking of easy to bully, Iron Giant is in a similar boat. Against a team that isn't tailoring its playstyle to counter him, the gentle giant gets to step all over the dueling duo with monster special attacks, craterous butt stomps, and a scrap ball projectile that doubles as melee.


This stretchy doughball may just be the most versatile close-range brawler of the bunch, but you wouldn't know it because he's not as annoying as Finn. Jake's sweeping neutral attacks are slow and easy to dodge when he tries to charge them, but he also swings in a wide radius that makes him especially good at punishing both enemies at in a single blow (his neutral up, for example, is an axe shop that swings a full 180-degrees around him).

LeBron James

I did not expect LeBron James, a guy who plays basketball, to sport one of the most diverse, difficult to master movesets in MultiVersus.


With her feet planted firmly on the ground, Garnet's punches can instill the fear of god.  Similar to Iron Giant, you need a few things to go right to enjoy her in an average matches, and similar to Jake, she's slow.

C – Tier

Tom & Jerry

The hardest character(s) to play in MultiVersus also happen to be the coolest. To seriously play Tom and Jerry is to always be thinking about future attack setups. A fully-charged tennis ball can snipe enemies into oblivion from across the map, but that can only happen once you've deployed Jerry, passed him a ball, and timed his return lob perfectly.

Arya Stark

As a fellow Assassin, Arya has the same 14% health debuff as Harley with a harder moveset to get acquainted with. True to the character, Arya is a precise, pokey fighter who lives and dies by her ability to dodge and land backstabs for bonus damage.

Wonder Woman

A Tank that truly delivers on the role, Wonder Woman relies on her teammate to bring the pain while she supplies the armor. Nakat made great use of her armor at EVO 2022, but without a solid team dynamic, there's not much going for MultiVersus' default free unlock.


One of MultiVersus' few true support characters, Reindog isn't usually a smart pick. He's all about keeping distance and supporting his ally with tractor beams and fireballs, but enemies in the know won't let him slip away.


I was one of the launch-week MultiVersus players calling for Taz's nerf, and I got my wish. He remains a fun and easy character to pick up, but without the pre-nerf bite of his tornado spin, the rest of his kit isn't impressive.

D – Tier

Steven Universe

Steven has similar struggles as Reindog. He's a lover-not-a-fighter who can't really avoid a fight. He also has these tiny, short-range punches that I find particularly hard to land compared to more experienced butt-kickers like Batman.


The Season 1 MultiVersus Battle Pass will cost $9.99 / £7.99 and must be purchased using the game’s Gleamium currency.

For those that don’t know, Gleamium is a secondary in-game currency that can only be purchased with real money through the PlayStation, Microsoft, and PC (Steam and Epic Games Store) online stores. The Gleamium price of the MultiVersus Season 1 Battle Pass will be set at 950 Gleamium and will likely include 50 Tiers.

Which Platforms Supports MultiVersus?

MultiVersus is on most major platforms, including both current and last gen consoles. In all, the platform fighter is on five different platforms: PlayStation 4 & 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC via Steam or the Epic Games Store.


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