Multiversus Trophy Guide

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The newest fighting game on the market is Player First Games’ Multiversus. The new platform fighter throws together a stable of characters from across various properties owned by Warner Brothers to create a diverse cast of various characters and playstyles. The game is also free to play, allowing it to quickly carve out its corner of the fighting games community. So, if you’re looking to pick up a new platinum trophy, Multiversus is a great game to download.

Key Info Up Front

Genre: Fighting

Difficulty: 5/10

Number of Trophies: 28

Estimated Completion Time: Approximately 50 hours

Walkthrough

Before taking a look at each of the individual trophies in Multiversus, it is helpful to take a look at the overall process that you should expect before you get started. However, it is important to note that the vast majority of the trophies below can be completed in custom matches against bots. This makes the platinum trophy much easier to unlock, but if you want to unlock them in online games, I’ll look at the best way to do so.

Step One: Learning the Ropes

Learning The Ropes Multiversus Trophy Guide

If you’ve never played Multiversus or still have a lot to learn, I recommend first taking some time to learn the ins and outs of the game. Compared to similar titles like Super Smash Bros. UltimateMultiversus still has its feel and gameplay style. Spending time learning what moves characters have, how other players approach matches, and the game’s mechanics will make getting the trophies more manageable. Since all of the trophies are earned during fights,, you will also make general progress toward most of them during this step.

With the vast cast of characters, however, you may be wondering what ones are solid starter picks. A handful of characters are clearly designed to be more accessible for new players, but I highly recommend starting with either Superman or Shaggy. Each of the two has its merits as starter characters, which I’ll get into below.

One of the most advantageous parts of starting with Superman is that he falls into the Tank class. This means that he is harder to damage and launch, making learning how to play the game with him be much more forgiving. It ensures that you don’t have to react to getting hit around the stage as much while giving you more active time in a match to work on fundamentals and learning.

Another significant aspect of Superman is his special moves. They are not only strong options against most characters but also very forgiving. This helps prevent you from getting punished for poor reactions or unsafe options. Superman’s specials also allow you to catch enemies off guard by moving around the level quickly and hitting enemies for solid damage.

Then, there is Shaggy. The biggest problem with starting as a Shaggy is that he has to be unlocked first. You can spend some money on the game to unlock him, or you can earn coins by playing matches and completing challenges to unlock him for free. Strangely, he is locked away from the start since his kit is finely tuned to make him one of the de facto best characters for learning the game.

This is because he has a mighty but accessible kit of moves and projectiles. I highly recommend playing Shaggy early on so that you can learn how to put together combos, use projectiles to your advantage, and utilize his strong special moves. If you can learn to play Shaggy well, you’ll build a solid foundation that translates relatively well to every other character in Multiversus.

Of course, you can also use this step to try and learn as many other characters as you want. You should also give Toasts to other players as you finish matches. Toast is an item you can buy for cheap and is occasionally given to players for free as they progress. They can then be given to players as a small tip for a good match. There are also trophies tied to giving so many away, so make sure to give them away when you have them.

Trophies in this Step

  • Matchmaker
  • Credit Where It’s Due
  • Nice Speech
Multiversus Trophies Credit Nice Speech
  • You Mean Business
  • You’re Getting Pretty Good At This!
  • Stepping Out

Step Two: The Particulars

Multiversus

Once you get comfortable with Multiversus and how the game plays you’ll be ready to start chasing the individual trophies that demand specific playstyles. While there are trophies for winning so many matches or getting so many generic ringouts, there are also ones for getting spikes, projectile ringouts, and double ringouts. These will likely take a while for you to get if you play online since each one requires specific moments and movements from your opponents during matches. Certain characters can make getting the types of ringouts easier, which I’ll break down in the individual trophy descriptions below.

Trophies in this Step

  • Signature Slammer
  • Toast Master
  • Distanced Damage Dealer
  • Run It Back
  • Catch This
  • Bun-Puncher Supreme
  • Watch your Head
  • Proving Yourself
  • Spike Specialist
  • The Throne Is Yours
The Throne Is Yours
  • Rightie Specialist
  • Bring A Friend
  • Southpaw Specialist
  • Ringouts Are Better In Pairs
  • Aerial Specialist
  • And Your Little Dog, Too!
  • Ground Floor: Ringouts
  • Watch Your Step
  • Going Down?

Step Three: Time to Find a Friend

Depending on how you approach playing Multiversus, you may already work toward the final three trophies in the above two steps. However, you may also need to work on them now if you don’t have friends playing the game. These last trophies are all about playing matches in a party with another player. If you don’t have any friends to play with, there are plenty of communities for the game where you can find players to party up with if you don’t have any friends interested in the game.

Trophies in this Step

  • Party Animal
  • Social Butterfly
  • Life of the Party

Trophies

Credit Where It’s Due

Multiversus Trophies Credit Where It's Due

Rarity: Bronze

Description: You will get this trophy once you give out five Toasts to other players.

Tips: See Toast Master below.

Nice Speech

Rarity: Silver

Description: Nice Speech is for giving out ten Toasts to other players.

Tips: See Toast Master below.

Toast Master

Toast Master

Rarity: Gold

Description: This trophy is for giving out at least 100 Toasts to other players after matches.

Tips: Toast is a commendation currency that players can give one another after matches if they don’t select to do a rematch. After you finish a match, you’ll be able to press a button above the stats of other players that says “Give Toast.” You can give them to your opponents or a teammate you’ve been teamed up with through matchmaking, giving them some extra gold. You can slowly chip away at this trophy as you play, as you’ll get Toast from leveling up the game’s battle pass or logging in each day. However, if you want to grind it out, you can purchase them by clicking on the button in the top right of the results screen after a match.

Run It Back

Run It Back

Rarity: Bronze

Description: You can unlock this trophy by doing 100 rematches.

Tips: After finishing an online match, all players involved will have the option to ask for a rematch, turning the fight into a best-of-three match. This is a great way to keep playing with others you are closely matched with or speed up finding matches. Once a player asks for a rematch, all other players in the lobby will be prompted to accept or decline it. Once the rematch is accepted, every player gets the opportunity to change their character, and then the match begins. It is important to note, however, that some players have reported a bit of bugginess with this trophy, so you may have to play in more than 100 rematches before it pops for you.

Matchmaker

Multiversus Trophies Matchmaker

Rarity: Bronze

Description: You will unlock Matchmaker after completing your first multiplayer match.

You Mean Business

You Mean Business

Rarity: Bronze

Description: This trophy is for knocking a total of at least 30 ringouts.

Tips: See Bun-Puncher Supreme below.

You’re Getting Pretty Good At This!

You're Getting Pretty Good At This!

Rarity: Silver

Description: You are rewarded with this trophy after getting 50 ringouts.

Tips: See Bun-Puncher Supreme below.

Bun-Puncher Supreme

Multiversus Trophies Bun Puncher Supreme

Rarity: Gold

Description: For this trophy, you need to get at least 100 ringouts.

Tips: You will most definitely get this trophy out of the way while working toward the others for the game. Ringouts are what knocking an enemy out of the arena to gain a point is called. These are how you win games, and they become more accessible to do as players take more damage. To perform a ringout, you have to hit an opponent into the black frame that surrounds the stage on all sides. Each character has their moves that are better for getting ringouts, so you can do this while playing any character on the roster.

Stepping Out

Stepping Out

Rarity: Bronze

Description: Stepping Out is for winning 10 online games.

Tips: See The Throne Is Yours below.

Proving Yourself

Proving Yourself

Rarity: Silver

Description: You will get this trophy by winning 100 online games.

Tips: See The Throne is Yours below.

The Throne Is Yours

Rarity: Gold

Description: This trophy pops once you reach at least 300 wins in online matches.

Tips: You will make a lot of progress toward this trophy while working toward all the other ones on this list. For that reason, I recommend saving this trophy for last. If you get all the other trophies and don’t have The Throne Is Yours yet, you can either finish up some matchmade games or grind them out quickly using custom games. By setting up a custom game against a bot and setting it only to require one ringout to win, you can quickly power through a match and accept the rematch against the bot to grind for wins exceptionally quickly.

Bring a Friend

Multiversus Trophies Bring A Friend

Rarity: Bronze

Description: Bring a Friend is for getting ten double ringouts.

Tips: See And Your Little Dog, Too! below.

Ringouts Are Better In Pairs

Ringouts Are Better In Pairs

Rarity: Silver

Description: This trophy is earned by getting 25 double ringouts.

Tips: See And Your Little Dog, Too! below.

And Your Little Dog, Too!

And Your Little Dog, Too!

Rarity: Gold

Description: You will be rewarded with this trophy after getting 100 double ringouts.

Tips: To get double ringouts, you’ll need to play in 2v2 matches or 4-player free-for-alls and knock two opponents out either at roughly the same time or with the same move. A few characters have an easier time doing so than the rest of the roster, but I recommend using Taz. This is because Taz’s side special has a large hitbox that lasts for quite a while and serves as a good killing move. It also hits in all directions, making it easier to catch two opponents grouped up for you to catch both of them with it.

This trophy is a good one to get while playing in a party with a friend, as you can work with them to get both opponents to high damage and then lead them both into getting close to you for the double ringout. If you still have a hard time, however, it can get easier if you wait until the game’s late stages when the ringout border closes in on the stage. This will let you knock both opponents out without having to send them as far, making the damage they have taken not matter as much while also grouping them up together.

Watch Your Step

Watch Your Step

Rarity: Bronze

Description: You can earn this trophy by killing ten opponents with spikes.

Tips: See Ground Floor: Ringouts below.

Going Down?

Going Down

Rarity: Silver

Description: Going Down? is for getting 50 ringouts with spikes.

Tips: See Ground Floor: Ringouts below.

Ground Floor: Ringouts

Ground Floor Ringouts

Rarity: Gold

Description: This trophy is unlocked by getting 100 ringouts with spikes.

Tips: Spikes are a very important part of Multiversus online matches, so you’ll want to become familiar with them as early as possible. They are moves that send those they hit downwards quickly, preventing them from reacting or being able to save themselves. They are primarily used when players have been knocked off the stage and are trying to get back to it. This leaves them especially vulnerable and allows you to hit them straight down through the bottom of the screen.

Most characters in Multiversus have at least one move that can spike opponents, so if you have one that you are exceptionally comfortable with, feel free to use them. If you aren’t exceptionally versed with any single character or have a harder time spiking, however, I recommend using Finn for this trophy. Fin’s side aerial attack can spike while covering a large area in front of him, making spacing for a spike easier. Regardless of which character you are using, focus on getting your opponent off the stage and then attempting to hit them with your spike attack slightly away from the stage so that they don’t hit a wall below it. Make sure that you don’t do it too frequently; however, otherwise, your opponent will expect the move and will have an easier time avoiding it. It is best to wait until they are either out of movement options or are at great damage.

Aerial Specialist

Aerial Specialist

Rarity: Bronze

Description: This trophy is for getting ringouts at the top of the screen.

Tips: While playing to get all of the other trophies, there is a very high chance that you will get this trophy out of the way. If you want to make sure that you do, however, you should use a character like Superman, that has a lot of aerial mobility. This will allow you to catch opponents higher up on the stage and then hit them straight upward to take them out. Or, if you’re very skilled,, you can also combo them upward and then finish it with a final attack that sends them further up.

Southpaw Specialist

Southpaw Specialist

Rarity: Bronze

Description: To get Southpaw Specialist, you have to get ten ringouts on the left side of the screen.

Tips: It is important to note that only ringouts on the screen’s leftmost border will count for this trophy, so spikes on the left-half of the screen will not. You will most likely get this trophy out of the way just by playing naturally, but if you don’t, you can use any brawler-class character to send players flying. If you want to get this one out of the way, pick a character like Shaggy or Harley Quinn and focus on getting a lot of damage on opponents before hitting them with your strongest attack to the left.

Rightie Specialist

Rightie Specialist

Rarity: Bronze

Description: Rightie Specialist is for getting ten ringouts on the right side of the screen.

Tips: See Southpaw Specialist above.

Spike Specialist

Spike Specialist

Rarity: Bronze

Description: This trophy is unlocked by getting ten ringouts on the bottom of the screen.

Tips: See Ground Floor: Ringouts above.

Watch Your Head

Watch Your Head

Rarity: Bronze

Description: You can get this trophy by getting 20 ringouts using a projectile attack.

Tips: See Distanced Damage Dealer below.

Catch This

Catch This

Rarity: Siver

Description: Catch This is unlocked by getting ringouts with projectiles 50 times.

Tips: See Distanced Damage Dealer below.

Distanced Damage Dealer

Distanced Damage Dealer

Rarity: Gold

Description: To unlock this trophy, you have to get a total of 200 ringouts with projectiles.

Tips: Characters like Shaggy, Taz, and Velma all have projectile attacks if you already have them unlocked or want to use them for this trophy. The most straightforward character I’ve found to get projectile ringouts, however, is Tom and Jerry. In particular, their up special ability that sends Jerry flying on a rocket is especially good at getting them. This is a result of its speed and how far it sends enemies flying. If you pick up Tom and Jerry, it is one of their best ringout moves, so jump into matches, get your opponents at a high damage number, and then let the rockets fly.

Social Butterfly

Social Butterfly

Rarity: Bronze

Description: Social Butterfly is for playing 25 matches while partied with another player.

Tips: See Party Animal below.

Life of the Party

Life of the Party

Rarity: Silver

Description: This trophy is unlocked by playing 100 matches while partied with someone else.

Tips: See Party Animal below.

Party Animal

Party Animal

Rarity: Gold

Description: You can unlock Party Animal by finishing 500 matches while in a party.

Tips: This trophy is mostly just a grind. Thankfully, you don’t have to win matches, but you just have to play in them. If you can, the grind can be mitigated by playing at a party with a friend while earning all the other trophies so that you don’t have to do all of these last matches. You cannot get this trophy on your own against bots, so you will need to play either online team matches or co-op against bots matches. If you don’t have friends interested in Multiversus, you can find plenty of players in the community looking for people to team up with.

Once you’re on a team, you can obviously just play matches normally. If you want to save time, the best way is to load into a co-op against bots match and have you and your teammate run off the stage and die. This will quickly end the match, allowing you to accept the rematch from the bots and repeat the process. Of course, this method is exceptionally boring, but it is the fastest way to grind for this trophy.

Signature Slammer

Signature Slammer

Rarity: Bronze

Description: Signature Slammer is for getting ten ringouts on low-damage enemies.

Tips: Any ringout against an opponent with less than 100 damage is considered a low-damage ringout. To get these, I’ve found two effective strategies. The first is getting spikes on opponents early in their lives with characters like Finn or Harley Quinn. If you have a more challenging time getting spikes, however, I instead recommend using Superman. Superman’s up special while in the air allows you to grab an opponent and throw them. So, if you have a low-damage opponent, you can draw them to the top of the stage, use up special to grab them, and then throw them upward to get a ringout regardless of their damage.

FAQs

Question: Is Multiversus a Free-to-play Game?

Answer: Yes, the game can be downloaded and played by everyone. However, it does have optional purchases to unlock characters faster or to get a premium battle pass for additional cosmetics.

Question: How do you Spike in Multiversus?

Answer: Spiking in Multiversus is done by hitting an opponent off stage with an attack that sends them directly downward and getting a ringout without them hitting any walls or platforms on the way down.

Question: How do you Toast a Player in Multiversus?

Answer: You can toast a player while on the results screen at the end of a match. To do so, look above the player’s stats that you want to toast and select the option directly above it. However, you can only do this if you have any Toast, which is gotten by progressing the battle pass or purchasing a bundle of ten for 350 coins.

Conclusion

Multiversus has enjoyed a lot of popularity since it first launched. This is likely a result of the game being free-to-play and having a diverse cast of recognizable characters that players are happy to see in action. However, it is also because the game is extremely fun and rewarding to spend time getting better at. So, if you’re looking for a platinum trophy to get that you can enjoy working toward, Multiversus is a fantastic one to add to your collection.

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