It costs $255 to unlock everything in MultiVersus that can’t be earned by playing | VGC
A large number of skins and other extras can only be bought with real money…
Players would have to spend at least $250 / £200 to unlock everything in MultiVersus at launch.
As the beta stands, there are two types of currency available: coins, which can be earned through normal gameplay, and Gleamium, which can only be bought with real money.
However, right now a sizeable portion of the game’s cosmetic content can only be bought with Gleamium, and can’t be unlocked through normal play.
Gleamium comes in four packs:
- 450 for $4.99 / £3.99
- 1,000 for $9.99 / £7.99
- 2,200 for $19.99 / £15.99
- 6,000 for $49.99 / £39.99
This can be detailed in full in our MultiVersus unlockables guide, which breaks down every unlockable and how to acquire it, but a basic summary is as follows:
- Character skins – 17 in total, 13 are Gleamium-only (total cost is 14,450, at least $125)
- Ringout VFX animations – 14 in total, 9 are Gleamium-only (total cost is 9,600, at least $85)
- Taunts – 16 in total, 13 are Gleamium-only (total cost is 5,300, at least $50)
- Sticker emotes – 5 in total, 2 are Gleamium-only (total cost is 300, at least $5)
- Banners – 8 in total, 1 is Gleamium-only (total cost is 350, at least $5)
The full total amount required to obtain every item in the game that can only be acquired with real money, then, is 30,300 Gleamium. The cheapest way to buy this would be five packs of 6,000 Gleamium and a single pack of 450, at a total cost of $254.94 / £203.94. Arguably the most interesting items that can only be purchased with Gleamium are character skins, which take up nearly half the total cost. These include Arya Stark’s ‘Waterdancer’ outfit, Harley Quinn’s traditional ‘Mad Love’ outfit, the golden ‘One Million’ version of Superman and ‘Luau Velma’ wearing a Hawaiian outfit.