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All MultiVersus Game Modes Explained

All MultiVersus Game Modes Explained

Sebastian Quintanilla
3 min

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Here is every way you can experience the Free To Play game

MultiVersus is the latest Platform Fighter to be released. Developed by Player First Games and published by Warner Brothers, it brings together several franchises under the gigantic WB umbrella in a one single title not unlike the Super Smash Bros franchise, Brawlhalla, and Rivals.

The game currently features four ways to play the game and earn rewards to be used in the game. These are its Normal, Ranked, Other, and the Rifts. Although its worth noting that Ranked mode has not yet been enabled.

  1. Table of Content

  2. Normal
  3. Other
  4. Rifts


The normal game mode is divided further into 2v2 and 1v1. The game will recommend you start out with 2v2 as well though it does not lock you out of any of the other modes. 2v2 will have you paired up with another players, but you can also make a party with a friend and play as a duo.

Although Ranked mode is not yet enabled, there is a hidden MMR, Match Making Ranking; the game tracks behind the scenes to ensure you generally face equal opponents even in the game's normal match mode. However, it won't prioritize this metric when matching you up.


You can also participate in the "Other" game mode. This is broken up into training, which gives you access to all fighters and lets you customize both your and your AI opponent characters, sets, stage, and more. This is a great way to test out a character before buying them in-game, or to get familiar with a particular opponent.

You also have access to Local matches, which are played on the same PC/Console by connecting another controller to said machine. These are virtually the same as normal matches, just played offline with no network delay. Finally, Custom Game, shares a lot of similarities with local. The main difference is that it allows you to set a map rotation, time, and ringouts, select its mode be it 1v1 or 2v2, and invite players to participate.


Rifts are special single-player challenge missions, often featuring multiple fights and various difficulties. They are themed around a fighter, franchise, or other central idea. Completing these rifts earns you gems, which you can then use to unlock further difficulty levels for the rifts, enhancing their rewards. Some rifts are also selected as Daily rewards, allowing you to earn extra in-game currency or other unlocks by completing them.

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