[Injustice 2] Multiverse Mode Strategy Guide

This page contains an a strategy guide on the Multiverse Mode of Injustice 2. Click here to go to our Injustice 2 wiki page for more character guides, gear database, and tips and tricks!

Multiverse Mode Strategy Guide

Multiverse Mode in Injustice 2 lets players play through  a ladder of arcade battles across various worlds. Battles in Multiverse Mode have special conditions and challenges that you need to complete to obtain various rewards such as gear and credits. From the character select screen, you can choose your fighter and customize your  gear loadout before going to the challenges found in different worlds.

When you’re pitted against an opponent, you’ll be able to see his or her stats and what Modifiers the enemy has equipped. You can also know what  Meta Challenges can be done in the next battle. Meta Challenges are random objectives that give certain rewards if you complete them during the match.

Each mission in Multiverse Mode will have a certain level range and enemy difficulty, giving you an idea whether your character is suited for that particular mission. Playing through this mode and completing certain objectives nets you various types of gear and credits. How good the reward is will depend on the level of difficulty of a particular objective, which means that the harder the challenge, the better the rewards. It’s not hard to obtain a good number of Epic-level gear in this mode, as well as lots of credits.

Mother Boxes Obtained in Multiverse Mode

Gear can be obtained through opening Mother Boxes in Multiverse Mode. Unfortunately, you’ll need to get lucky to get the best gear from any of the methods.

Opening Mother Boxes is one of the most common ways of obtaining various types and rarities of gear in the game. Mother Boxes can be obtained through any of the available games modes, including Story Mode, as well as Daily Challenges. Of course, credits are the most common rewards in the game, so you won’t always get Mother Boxes as rewards. But you can purchase Mother Boxes using credits as well.

Gold, Silver and Bronze Mother Boxes are the ones that are relatively easy to obtain throughout gameplay. Each of them has a chance of giving you a gear of a certain rarity, with Gold the most likely to give you the best ones (Epic rarity). Bronze Mother Boxes can be purchased for 1,000 Credits, Silver for 5,000 and Gold for 25,000.

The most reliable way to obtain Epic gear is to get Platinum and Diamond Mother Boxes. They are usually obtained by completing difficult challenges in certain games modes, or through matchups with other players. You’ll also have a chance to obtain them by joining a Guild and taking part in events. Diamond Mother Boxes will get guarantee you three Epic gear. Platinum will give a minimum of one per box.

Lastly, you can also obtain Mother Boxes by leveling up your characters. This applies to every hero, even the DLC characters in the game.

Credits are also easy to obtain in this mode, as is Source Crystals and Regen Tokens. This is why you’ll probably be spending a lot of time in Multiverse Mode to unlock and obtain the various gear and skins in the game.

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