Release Information of Multiversus
Player First Games and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment are collaborating on a free-to-play fighting game called MultiVersus. MultiVersus is a free-to-play game that does not require a PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live membership.
Harley Quinn and Arya Stark Fight
If you’ve ever wondered how Harley Quinn and Arya Stark would fare in a fight, or if Jake the Dog and Finn the Human, best friends since childhood, would fare in a fight, now is your chance to find out. If you’re curious about when and how much MultiVersus will cost, as well as which characters you’ll be able to play as, here’s everything we know so far.
How You are Going to Get Gleamium in Multiversus
Microtransactions and the use of in-game currency are no different from many other current gaming trends. Developers and publishers have a history of predatory practises that make charging you to buy in-game currency questionable. In some cases, it’s not done very well at all. Gleamium is the most prominent of the game’s in-game currencies, and it is exclusive to MultiVersus. Here’s how to get your hands on some.
Using real-world money is the only way to get Gleamium
Using real-world money is the only way to get Gleamium, an in-game currency for MultiVersus. You can use it to buy skins (called variants in the game), instant character unlocks, battle passes, emotes, announcer voices, stickers, banners, and ring-out animations once you’ve accumulated it. It’s possible to earn some of the in-game content, but it’s not guaranteed.
Buy Gleamium in-game shop
To buy Gleamium, you’ll need to visit the in-game shop first (or whatever platform store you are playing the game through). Gleamium may be included in special bundles, such as the three founder’s packs that were available during the open beta of the game. You can buy Gleamium in the following quantities if you only want it.
- 4,99 dollars for the equivalent of 450 gleamium
- $9.99 for 1,000 Gleamin
- $19.99 for 2,200 gleamium.
- 6,000 Gleamium costs $49.99.
The prices listed above are current as of the start of MultiVersus’ open beta. We’ll keep an eye on the market and make any necessary adjustments if and when that happens.
It’s up to you whether or not you buy Gleamium. There is nothing here that affects gameplay other than using it to unlock characters early. Everything else is just cosmetic, but the ability to get a character whenever you want them can be appealing to some people. This isn’t a bad monetization scheme with a $50 cap for a free-to-play fighting game similar to Smash. There are a slew of other games that cost upwards of $100, so you won’t be shortchanged.