MultiVersus has its fair share of in-game currencies. You’ve got Gold, you’ve got Character Tickets, and you’ve even got… toast? Each currency has a different purpose, and that also goes for Gleamium – the fighting game’s premium currency. In this MultiVersus how-to get Gleamium guide, we’ll teach you how to stock up on it.
Using Gleamium allows you to unlock all sorts of cosmetics, as well as providing another avenue to unlocking the MultiVersus roster. Right now, you can use Gleamium in the MultiVersus store to unlock announcers, characters, ring-outs, skin variants, stickers, and taunts.
While Gleamium can’t be used to acquire any sort of in-game advantage – you won’t find anything like that in MultiVersus – if your drip game is lacking, then you’ll want to get yourself some of these shiny blue/purple rocks. Without further ado, let’s get into our MultiVersus how to get Gleamium rundown.
MultiVersus How To Get Gleamium
Gleamium is an entirely paid-for currency in MultiVersus, meaning you won’t be able to get it through playing the game itself. Currently, there are two ways in which you can buy Gleamium – standalone purchases, and as part of one of the three Founder’s Packs, which also come with a bunch of other goodies.
If you’re on a console, you can buy Gleamium either from the Microsoft Store or PlayStation Store depending on your platform. Meanwhile, PC players can snap some up from either the Epic Games Store or on Steam.
Here are the standalone pricing bands for Gleamium:
- 450 Gleamium: $4.99 / £3.99
- 1,000 Gleamium: $9.99 / £7.99
- 2,200 Gleamium: $19.99 / £15.99
- 6,000 Gleamium: $49.99 / £39.99
Here’s how much the Founder’s Packs cost, as well as how much Gleamium they contain:
- Standard Edition: 300 Gleamium, $39.99 / £32.99
- Deluxe Edition: 1,000 Gleamium, $59.99 / £49.99
- Premium Edition: 2,500 Gleamium, $99.99 / £79.99
If you’re planning to buy Gleamium purely to fast-track the unlocking of characters, then we’d definitely recommend checking out our MultiVersus how to get gold fast guide first – it could save you a pretty penny.