As a free-to-play fighting game packed with amazing characters from popular franchises like DC Comics, Scooby Doo, and Adventure Time, there was always going to be a great selection of cosmetics for Multiversus players to choose from. If you’re ready to jump into a game on one of the MultiVersus maps and stages on offer, but you need a new outfit, we have everything you need to know about all the MultiVersus skins and costumes right here.
In MultiVersus, players can unlock new skins and outfits for all their favourite characters in-game using Gleamium, Gold, and progressing through the current battle pass. You might want to know how to get Gleamium in MultiVersus, but what if you have some and you just want to know what MultiVersus skins and costumes there are on offer right now?
Well, keep reading and we’ll run through everything you need to know about all the cosmetics on offer and interesting details about these outfits below. For example, some of them have completely different voice acting, depending on the character and the context, of course.
MultiVersus skins and costumes
Alright, without further ado, let’s get stuck into this list shall we? Here are all the MultiVersus skins and costumes we know about and any important details you might need to know.
Arya – Waterdancer
This appearance is based on Game of Thrones’ S01E03, an episode titled “Lord Snow”. It can be purchased for 800 Gleamium.
Batman – Samurai
This appearance takes inspiration from the 2018 anime movie Batman Samurai. Currently, it has only been available as a Tier 50 Battle Pass reward during the Closed Alpha. However, this could change.
Batman – The Animated Series
This skin is based on Batman’s suit in the 1992 animated series titled Batman The Animated Series. It will set you back 2,000 Gleamium.
Bugs Bunny – Hollywood Bugs
This outfit is based on the 1947 short “A Hare Grows in Manhattan”, an early appearance for the rascally rabbit. It will cost you 1,500 Gleamium to pick up.
Bugs Bunny – Brunhilde Bugs
Bugs Bunny – Maestro
Another classic Bugs Bunny appearance, this skin is based on the 1948 short “Long-Haired Hare” – but, it’s currently unavailable in-game.
Bugs Bunny – Tune Squad
This baller outfit is based on Bugs Bunny’s appearance in 1996’s Space Jam and it’s current unavailable.
Finn the Human – Fern
This skin is based on Adventure Time S08E13, Reboot, where Finn faces off against his Grass Demon-Human double. It’s currently unavailable in-game.
Finn the Human – Pajama Finn
This appearance is based on Finn in his PJ’s, which he wears more than once in Adventure Time. It’s available as a Tier 15 battle pass reward during the game’s pre-season period.
Garnet – First Fusion Garnet
This particular skin is based on Garnet’s first ever form, something we see in Steven Universe S02E22. It will set you back 800 Gleamium at the moment.
Garnet – Flashback
This apperance is based on a flashback in Steven Universe’s S01E48, Story for Steven. It’s currently unavailable in-game.
Harley Quinn – Mad Love
This appearance is based on Harley’s original design in the 1992 animated series Batman The Animated Series. It’s easily one of her most recognisable ensembles and can be picked up for 1,500 Gleamium.
Harley Quinn – Task Force X
This skin is based on Harley’s costume in 2021’s The Suicide Squad. It was available as a Tier 44 battle pass reward during the game’s Closed Alpha. However, it should be available again in the future.
Iron Giant – Beach Giant
This is an original variant skin for MultiVersus and appears to be available for an unknown price in the game’s seasonal Item Shop.
Iron Giant – Classic
This skin isn’t too different from his default appearance, but it’s a more classic display of what Iron Giant looked like in the 1999 movie of the same name.
Jake the Dog – Cake
This outfit is based on Adventure Time S03E09 where Jake and Finn encounter their gender-swapped counterparts Fionna and Cake. It’s currently available as a Tier 15 battle pass reward during the game’s preseason period – but, could be available after.
LeBron James – Sheriff LeBron
This outfit is based on a scene on 2021’s Space Jam A New Legacy and will only set you back 800 Gleamium.
LeBron James – I’m Freakin’ Robin
This skin put LeBron in the iconic suit of Batman’s caped sidekick. It is available as a part of the season 1 battle pass.
Reindog – Battle
This original design is a skin based on Roman Centurion armour and it will cost you 1,500 Gleamium – or you can get it in the PlayStation Plus MVP Pack.
Reindog – Chef
This skin is another original design, based on a typical Chef’s garb. It isn’t available in-game at the moment.
Reindog – Dragon
Another original design, this appearance is based on the traditional look of a Chinese Dragon. It’s currently unavailable in-game.
Reindog – Holiday
This design is a festive take on Reindog wearing Christmas decorations. It’s currently unavailable in-game.
Shaggy – Black Belt
This is an original appearance for Shaggy that appears to pay homage to legendary actor and martial artist Chuck Norris. It’s currently unavailable, but expect that to change soon.
Shaggy – Shaglee
On the flip side, this original skin for Shaggy is one that pays homage to another legendary actor and martial artist: Bruce Lee. It’s also currently unavailable in-game, but we’re expecting that to change.
Shaggy – Uncle Shagworthy
This appearance is based on Shaggy’s uncle, Uncle Shagworthy, who appears in the Scooby-Doo Show S01E06. Unlike other Shaggy skins, this one is voiced by Daniel Ross and has unique voice lines. It’s a premium Tier 1 reward for the preseason battle pass.
Steven Universe – Coach Steven
This appearance is based on Steven’s outfit in Steven Universe S01E20, Coach Steven, and will be available for an unknown amount in the seasonal item shop when that is made available.
Steven Universe – Tiger Millionaire
This skin is based on Steven’s pro wrestler persona from Steven Universe S01E09 and is not currently available in-game; however, that will change before too long.
Superman – Black Lantern
This skin is based on Earth-Two’s Superman, a Black Lantern variant of Kal-El, who features in Blackest Night Superman #1. It’s currently unavailable in MultiVersus.
Superman – One Million
Appearing in DC One Million #4, this skin is based on Superman Prime who survived a cataclysmic event by becoming a living extension of the sun itself. It’s available for 1,500 Gleamium in-game.
Taz – Beachcomber Taz
This original design for Taz is inspired by some of the summer outfits he’s worn over the years. It’s available in the seasonal item shop, when that is unlocked in-game.
Taz – Tune Squad ’96
This skin takes you back in time and is available for Taz within the Season 1 battle pass.
Tom & Jerry – Baker Street
This skin is based on the 2010 movie Tom and Jerry Meet Sherlock Holmes and takes inspiration from some of the fictional detective’s popular designs. It’s currently unavailable in-game.
Tom & Jerry – Detectives
This appearance is based on Tom and Jerry’s outfits in crime-solving sections of 2014’s The Tom And Jerry Show. It’s available as a part of the season 1 battle pass.
Tom & Jerry – Pirates Tom & Jerry
It might look like a generic swashbuckling skin, but this appearance is based on 2006’s Tom And Jerry Shiver Me Whiskers. It’s available for 500 Gleamium in-game.
Tom & Jerry – Texas
These cowboy outfits are based on Tom and Jerry’s apperance in the 1950’s short Texas Tom. They’re currently unavailable in-game – but, this will change before too long.
Velma – Luau Velma
This seasonal get-up is based on Velma’s appearance in Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!’s A Tiki Scare Is No Fair, S02E06. It’s going to be available from the seasonal item shop.
Velma – Space
This skin is based loosely on the 2015 movie Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness – but, it’s currently not available in-game. We expect this to change soon, though.
Wonder Woman – Bloodlines
This skin is based on Wonder Woman’s costume in 2019’s Wonder Woman Bloodlines – and it’s only 800 Gleamium to unlock in-game.
Wonder Woman – Nubia
This appearance is based on alternate Wonder Woman character Nubia, someone who’s often explained to be Wonder Woman’s long lost fraternal twin or a parallel universe version of the superhero. It’s currently unavailable in-game, but should be available before too long.
Well, there it is… All the skins and costumes for MultiVersus. Expect this list to keep growing as this game, which is arguably one of the best fighting games available right now, continues to enjoy it’s free-to-play access. We will keep this updated when more information is revealed.