MultiVersus characters: Every current and upcoming fighter listed

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MultiVersus‘ characters are easily the most entertaining aspect of the game, and with new fighters set to arrive at a regular rate it can be hard to keep track of them.

Some characters are free, some characters are locked, some characters are coming soon and other characters have been reportedly leaked but haven’t been officially announced yet.

In this article, we’ll help you keep track of all the MultiVersus characters – including how to unlock the existing fighters and when to expect new characters. For the best MultiVersus characters, read our MultiVersus tier list.

Update - New characters announced20th May 2024 / 2:15 pm

Ahead of the game’s big return on May 28, Warner Bros has now confirmed four new fighters – the Joker, Banana Guard, Jason Voorhees and Agent Smith. We’ve updated our list accordingly and will post characters guides for each of them as and when possible.


MultiVersus characters – full list of fighters

Here’s a full list of all the characters currently available in MultiVersus.

Some of these characters are free, while others have to be bought.

Characters can be bought with either Coins (which can be earned in-game) or Gleamium (which is bought with real money).

Every character costs 7000 Gleamium (which is around $7), but their value in Coins is different depending on the fighter.

 Every current and upcoming fighter listed

Below is a list of every MultiVersus character and how much it costs to unlock them in Coins.

Click each character’s name for a full guide detailing their moves and fighting strategies.

  • Arya Stark (Game of Thrones) – 3000 coins
  • Batman (DC) – 2000 coins
  • Black Adam (DC) – 3000 coins
  • Bugs Bunny (Looney Tunes) – 2000 coins (currently free)
  • Finn (Adventure Time) – 2000 coins
  • Garnet (Steven Universe) – 1500 coins
  • Gizmo (Gremlins) – 2000 coins
  • Harley Quinn (DC) – 2000 coins (currently free)
  • Iron Giant (The Iron Giant) – 3000 coins
  • Jake (Adventure Time)- 2000 coins
  • LeBron James (Space Jam) – 2000 coins
  • Marvin the Martian (Looney Tunes) – 3000 coins
  • Morty (Rick & Morty) – 3000 coins
  • Reindog (original character) – 2000 coins
  • Rick (Rick & Morty) – 3000 coins
  • Shaggy (Scooby-Doo) – 1500 coins (currently free)
  • Steven Universe (Steven Universe) – 3000 coins
  • Stripe (Gremlins) – 2000 coins
  • Superman (DC) – 2000 coins
  • Taz (Looney Tunes) – 1500 coins
  • Tom & Jerry (Tom & Jerry) – 3000 coins
  • Velma (Scooby-Doo) – 2000 coins (currently free)
  • Wonder Woman (DC) – Complete the tutorial to unlock

MultiVersus characters – leaked and upcoming fighters

Although there are currently 23 characters in MultiVersus, it looks like there are plenty more to come.

At the time of writing, the game is set to relaunched on May 28, and will start all over with a brand new ‘Season One’, starting with the Joker, Banana Guard and Jason Voorhees as new playable characters.

The fact that the original release had a Premium Founder’s Pack with 30 ‘Character Tokens’, which are used to unlock players automatically, means there will still be plenty of characters on the way.

Here are the characters confirmed to be coming to the game soon:

  • Agent Smith – The Matrix
  • Banana Guard – Adventure Time
  • Jason Voorhees – Friday the 13th
  • Joker – DC

As well as this, a number of characters have also been reported to be coming, based either on leaks from reliable sources or datamines of the game’s files.

It should be noted, though, that any or all of these characters could have been scrapped after the game was taken offline a year ago. The new re-release on May 28 could also mean a fresh start for the game with all-new characters planned.

Regardless, in the past the following characters have been linked with the game and may therefore still be coming at some point:

  • Raven – DC
  • Scooby-Doo – Scooby-Doo
  • Daenerys – Game of Thrones
  • The Hound – Game of Thrones
  • Wicked Witch – The Wizard of Oz
  • Beetlejuice – Beetlejuice
  • Godzilla – Godzilla
  • Johnny Bravo – Johnny Bravo
  • Fred Flinstone – Flinstones
  • Samurai Jack – Samurai Jack
  • The Powerpuff Girls – Powerpuff Girls (all one fighter)
  • The Animaniacs – The Animaniacs (all one fighter)
  • Duck Dodgers/Daffy – Looney Tunes
  • ScorpionMortal Kombat
  • Ben 10 – Ben 10
  • Ted Lasso – Ted Lasso

MultiVersus Characters – Full guides

 Every current and upcoming fighter listed

MultiVersus characters – fighter classes explained

There are five different character ‘classes’ in MultiVersus, each offering different strengths and weaknesses.

The game doesn’t do a great job of explaining how these work, and expects you to understand what each class means based on similar competitive games.

Not everyone will understand the difference between a Bruiser and an Assassin, though, so here’s a guide to what each class specialises in, and which characters belong to each class.


Bruiser

Bruisers are the easiest characters in the game to get to grips with, because they usually have the most straightforward fighting style.

A Bruiser will often have pretty standard moves, mostly of the melee variety, and specialise in close quarters combat, while also being able to take a decent amount of damage too.

 Every current and upcoming fighter listed

The current Bruisers in MultiVersus are:


Assassin

An Assassin specialises in dealing lots of damage with quick moves, while trying to make themselves as difficult to hit as possible.

Assassin characters tend to be able to put together lengthier combos than other characters, and often have sneaky moves designed to fool the opponent.

 Every current and upcoming fighter listed

The current Assassins in MultiVersus are:

Tank

As the name suggests, Tanks can soak up more damage than any other character class in the game, and can also deal out heavy damage as a result.

This comes at a price, though, as Tank fighters tend to be the slowest in the game. A good strategy is to try to focus opponent attacks on a Tank so a quicker character can attack unchallenged.

 Every current and upcoming fighter listed

The current Tanks in MultiVersus are:

Support

Support characters are generally the weakest in the game but that’s because their job isn’t to be the main damage-giver.

Instead, their job is to support their partner (hence the name) with special moves that help them out, be that through health recovery, shields or other buffs that improve their abilities or weaken your opponents’.

 Every current and upcoming fighter listed

The current Support fighters in MultiVersus are:

Mage / Ranged

Mages are best from a distance, and usually have a variety of projectile attacks (such as Bugs Bunny’s rocket or Tom & Jerry’s slingshot).

They aren’t very good at taking damage, though, so they have to keep away from opponents as much as possible.

A good strategy for a Mage is to annoy the opponents with projectiles, distracting them enough to make it easier for your partner to attack them.

 Every current and upcoming fighter listed

The current Mages in MultiVersus are:


MultiVersus Guides

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