MultiVersus Superman Guide – Moves, Perks, Tips, & Strategies

The Man of Steel is ready for action.

Many iconic franchises and characters are found in MultiVersus, including Game of Thrones, Looney Toons, DC, Adventure Time, and more. For those looking to play a brawler with high survivability, we recommend Superman. This may leave you wondering how to play Superman and what the best perks are in MultiVersus.

How to play Superman in Multiversus

Superman is a Tank character who can use command grabs to control space or throw your opponents offstage. He is somewhat slow on the ground but can easily move around in the air, thanks to his abilities. Here is how to play Superman in MultiVersus.

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All Superman moves in MultiVersus

Grounded

  • Super Punch (Neutral)
    • A powerful forward punch with armor.
  • Kryptonian Kombo (Side)
    • A rapid-fire punch combo.
  • Overhead Strike (Up)
    • An armored swing upward.
  • Downward Swing (Down)
    • An armored downward swing.
  • Ice Breath (Neutral Special)
    • Releases a breath of ice that can be held down. Pushes enemies, applies the ice debuff, and freezes the enemy if enough of this is stacked. Allies and allied projectiles gain an ice effect that causes their next attack to give the ice debuff.
  • Locomotive Charge (Side Special)
    • Hold to aim a reticle. On release, Superman rushes to that spot with a powerful punch.
  • Meteor Liftoff (Up Special)
    • Superman gains armor and launches into the air, bringing nearby enemies with him. Superman then hurtles back to the ground and slams any enemy caught in the uplift or descent.
  • Heat Vision (Down Special)
    • Super receives armor and uses his heat vision downward. The laser projectile strikes the ground and launches enemies upward while applying a fire debuff.

Aerial

  • Bullet Barrage (Neutral)
    • A quick three-punch combo.
  • Flying Swing (Side)
    • A fast forward swing.
  • Up and Away! (Up)
    • A powerful upward punch.
  • Falling Haymaker (Down)
    • A strong downward punch.
  • Ice Breath (Neutral Special)
    • Releases a breath of ice that can be held down. Pushes enemies, applies the ice debuff, and freezes the enemy if enough of this is stacked. Allies and allied projectiles gain an ice effect that causes their next attack to give the ice debuff.
  • Ten-Ton Tackle (Side Special)
    • Superman flies forward and grabs an enemy if he collides with one. He then flies a short distance before tossing the enemy in a direction.
  • Go Long! (Up Special)
    • Superman lunges upward and grabs an enemy. You can then throw them by holding a direction.
  • Aerial Heat Vision (Down Special)
    • Super uses his heat vision downward. The laser projectile strikes the ground and launches enemies upward while applying a fire debuff.

Passive Ability

  • To the Skies!
    • Superman can dodge upward and diagonally upward from the ground.

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Best perks for Superman in MultiVersus

Perks are a great way to change up your strategy and how a character plays. When playing 2v2, these can stack if your partner equips the same Perk and provide even greater bonuses. Here are our recommendations for the best Superman Perks in Multiversus.

  • Flaming Re-Entry
    • The landing of Meteor Landing deals a fire debuff and leaves a firewall on the ground.
  • Wildcat Brawler
    • Grants your team an additional 5% increased melee damage on the ground.
  • Kryptonian Skin
    • Gives your team 4% reduced damage.
  • Last Stand
    • Your team does 10% increased damage after reaching 100 damage.

Tips and Strategies for Superman in MultiVersus

Superman is incredibly hard to kill due to his tankiness and great air maneuverability. This lets you get in the fray and act as the front line for your team. Superman excels at grounded and aerial combat, but we prefer attacking from above or launching enemies into the air when grounded.

Superman's Ten-Ton-Tackle and Go Long! are excellent at securing kills near the blast zone or for disrupting the enemy team. Locomotive Charge is a great way to move around the stage while also throwing out a hitbox and can catch your opponents off guard. Finally, Heat Vision and Overhead Strike are powerful tools to get your opponents in the air.

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