MultiVersus Steven Universe combos – best attacks for this Support

Want to get one up on your opponents? Here are some fantastic Steven Universe combos to get you started while you learn this fighters' unique attacks and moves

MultiVersus Steven Universe combos: an image of a boy with an energy shield and a star on his shirt

Player First Games’ free-to-play fighter MultiVersus isn’t easy, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t things you can do to improve your chances in a match. Whether you’re picking someone at the top of the MultiVersus tier list or not, you need to know what each fighter’s attacks do and how you can take advantage of them. With that in mind, here are some of the best MultiVersus Steven Universe combos to get you started out with this Support archetype fighter.

As a Support archetype fighter, you might find that Steven Universe is lacking in raw damage when compared to other characters on the MultiVersus roster. However, that shouldn’t put you off – there are a few great MultiVersus Steven Universe combos for you to learn while you get to grips with some of his more unique attacks.

So, with that in mind, keep reading to learn a handful of chained attacks that should give you the edge on any one of the MultiVersus maps and stages available in-game at the moment.

MultiVersus Steven Universe combos

Alright, once you’ve checked out some of the best Steven Universe perks in MultiVersus, it’s time to look at some combos. Thanks to fighting game content creators like ‘Jeikuru‘, we have put together some of the best MultiVersus Steven Universe combos below:

  • Quick Multi-Hit Combo – Ground Attack (Side), Ground Attack (Neutral), Jump, Air Attack (Down), Ground Attack (Side), Ground Attack (Side), Ground Attack (Neutral), Jump, Air Attack (Down), Ground Attack (Side), Ground Attack (Side), Ground Attack (Side)
  • Quick Multi-Hit Upwards Ring-Out Combo – Jump, Air Attack (Neutral), Ground Attack (Side), Ground Attack (Side), Ground Attack (Neutral),  Jump, Air Attack (Down), Ground Attack (Side), Ground Attack (Side), Ground Special (Neutral), Ground Attack (Side), Ground Attack (Side), Ground Attack (Neutral), Jump, Air Attack (Down), Ground Attack (Up)
  • On The Edge Downwards Ring-Out Combo – Jump, Air Attack (Side), Dodge, Jump, Air Special (Down), Air Attack (Down)
  • Upwards Ring-Out Combo – Ground Attack (Side), Ground Special (Neutral), Ground Attack (Side), Ground Attack (Side), Ground Attack (Neutral), Jump, Air Attack (Down), Air Attack (Up)

Quick Multi-Hit Combo

This might look like a long combo, but it’s actually quite short. All you need to do is remember to input this as quickly as you can to maximise its’ efficiency. In particular, the Ground Attack (Neutral) to Jump should almost be considered one move in this combo – doing both in quick succession will keep your opponent on the recieving end of your attacks throughout.

  • Input on PlayStation: Left stick side + square button, square button, X button, left stick down + square button, left stick side + square button, left stick side + square button, square button, X button, left stick down + square button, left stick side + square button, left stick side + square button, left stick side + square button
  • Input on Xbox: Left stick side + X button, X button, A button, left stick down + X button, left stick side + X button, left stick side + X button, X button, A button, left stick down + X button, left stick side + X button, left stick side + X button, left stick side + X button
  • Input on PC: A/D key + J key, J key, space, S key + J key, A/D key + J key, A/D key + J key, J key, space, S key + J key, A/D key + J key, A/D key + J key, A/D key + J key

Quick Multi-Hit Upwards Ring-Out Combo

This is another long-string combo where speed is key. Steven Universe doesn’t usually attack with much knockback, so you shouldn’t have much trouble keeping your opponent in the firing line provided you can input this combo quick enough to keep his attacks flowing. The length of the combo should also mean that you can attempt ring-outs with a lot less damage than you might first think.

  • Input on PlayStation: X button, square button, left stick side + square button, left stick side + square button, square button, X button, left stick down + square button, left stick side + square button, left stick side + square button, triangle button, left stick side + square button, left stick side + square button, square button, X button, left stick down + square button, left stick up + square button
  • Input on Xbox: A button, left stick side + X button, left stick side + X button, X button, A button, left stick down + X button, left stick side + X button, left stick side + X button, X button, A button, left stick down + X button, left stick side + X button, left stick side + X button, Y button, left stick side + X button, left stick side + X button, X button, A button, left stick down + X button, left stick up + X button
  • Input on PC: Space, J key, A/D key + J key, A/D key + J key, J key, space, S key + J key, A/D key + J key, A/D key + J key, K key, A/D key + J key, A/D key + J key, J key, space, S key + J key, W key + J key

MultiVersus Steven Universe combos: an image of a cartoon boy with a star on his shirt and stars in his eyes

On The Edge Downwards Ring-Out Combo

This is another fast one, but it’s a lot shorter than the above. The trick with this combo is that you need to effectively cancel the dodge with the jump in order to quickly transition from your Air Attack (Side) to the Air Special (Down) move. If you don’t do this quick enough, you could find your opponent escapes before the killing final blow.

  • Input on PlayStation: X button, left stick side + square button, circle button, X button, left stick down + triangle button, left stick down + square button
  • Input on Xbox: A button, left stick side + X button, B button, A button, left stick down + Y button, left stick down + X button
  • Input on PC: Space, A/D key + J key, L key, S key + K key, S key + J key

Upwards Ring-Out Combo

Much like the other combos in this list, you need to make sure your inputs are fast to make sure everything lands as you want it. However, this is quite a lot shorter than the other combos on this list, meaning it should be easier to perform. If you can’t get it all to work, you can always focus on the second half of it – however, this means it will only work on high damage opponents.

  • Input on PlayStation: Left stick side + square button, triangle button, left stick side + square button, left stick side + square button, square button, X button, left stick down + square button, left stick down + square button
  • Input on Xbox: Left stick side + X button, Y button, left stick side + X button, left stick side + X button, X button, A button, left stick down + X button, left stick up + X button
  • Input on PC: A/D key + J key, K key, A/D key + J key, A/D key + J key, J key, space, S key + J key, W key + J key

Well, there it is – a selection of Steven Universe combos for MultiVersus players to get stuck into. There’s a lot more to this fighter, but this should help you bag a win or two while you’re working on mastering the rest of his kit. This is one of the best fighting games out there right now and the complexity of Steven Universe’s kit is a testament to that.