It’s not been out long, but MultiVersus is easily one of the best fighting games out there right now – and there are so many reasons why. One of those reasons is the fact that we can fight The Iron Giant, Batman, and Bugs Bunny with Morty from Rick and Morty. It’s all a little bit bonkers, but we’re here to talk about the best perks for Morty in MultiVersus. So, if you’re looking to become a Morty main, you’re going to want to keep reading.
Offering players a versatile set of attacks and some of the most interesting special moves in Player First Games’ fighting game, it’s safe to say that this fighter is going to make quite the mark on our MultiVersus tier list. It also means that making sure you have some of the best perks for Morty in MultiVersus equipped is going to be an important part of success – especially when you consider the fact that a lot of people are going to be using Morty for a while.
So, while you’re checking out the latest set of MultiVersus patch notes ahead of jumping into your next FFA, you’re going to want to check out our perk recommendations below.
MultiVersus best perks for Morty
Morty is on the agile side, despite being a Bruiser fighter. This means you can lean a little more into support-based perks and damage buffs – rather than just making sure he can move as much as you need him to. With this in mind, here are our suggestions for the best perks for Morty in MultiVersus at the moment:
- Signature Perk: Oh That’s Still A Grenade
- Perk Slot 1: Make It Rain, Dog!
- Perk Slot 2 Triple Jump
- Perk Slot 3: Wildcat Brawler
Oh That’s Still A Grenade
This was an obvious choice for Morty, really. It increases the explosion radius of Morty’s grenades based on how long you cook them for – and any grenades thrown by Morty’s allies are guaranteed to have the maximum radius. It’s time to make things go boom.
Make It Rain, Dog!
This is another fairly simple choice when it comes to Morty. While his kit does have quite a few melee attacks, his ranged attacks are more than effective at chipping away at enemies when you have been knocked back. The increased projectile speed this perk offers players is a no-brainer.
We know it’s just Mortys killing Mortys out there, but it doesn’t have to be. With Triple Jump, you should be better equipped to stay out of the fight – and take the fight to airborne opponents. Morty’s “Uh, Auto-Pilot?” attack – which summons a raising platform – can be a great way of getting your opponents into the air in the first place, too.
Wildcat Brawler is another one of those perks that just makes sense when you look at what Morty can do. Despite his ranged proficiency, he is a Brawler archetype fighter at heart and his basic melee attacks hit hard. With this, his attacks will hit even harder – provided you’re on the ground.
Well, that’s all there is to it. Morty is a new fighter, so expect this guide to his best perks to be refined as more people get their hands on him and work out the best MultiVersus Morty combos. For now, why not read up on what we know about MultiVersus’ Ranked mode – as that’s where the real victories are going to be hidden.