MultiVersus: Morty - All Unlockables, Perks, Moves, and How to Win 1
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Morty is one of the playable characters in MultiVersus, the free-to-play platform fighter from Warner Bros. Games. This hapless teenager is no stranger to universe-hopping thanks to his genius grandpa, so going up against heroes from other dimensions shouldn't be a problem. As part of our MultiVersus guide, we will be outlining all you need to know about Morty in the game, including all costumes, how to unlock, and how to win.

MultiVersus: Morty - All Costumes, How to Unlock, and How to Win

Below is everything you need to know about Morty in MultiVersus, including all costumes, how to unlock, and how to win.

Who Is Morty in MultiVersus?

Before we begin to learn about all unlockables, moves, and how to win with Morty, we should get to know a little more about the character courtesy of his official biography and overview.

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Name
Morty Smith
First Appearance
Rick and Morty "Pilot" (2013)
Character Class
Bruiser
Voiced By
Justin Roiland

Morty is a pretty ordinary teenage boy, until he gets involved with his genius-yet-alcoholic grandfather, Rick. Together, the pair traverse through time, space, and alternate dimensions on the regular, leading to unpredictable, dangerous, and sometimes just plain funny scenarios. The TV series grew very popular incredibly quickly, and has gone through several seasons.

How Do You Unlock Morty in MultiVersus?

You can unlock Morty in MultiVersus in a handful of ways:

  • Earn Fighter Currency and use it to purchase the character
  • Get Gleamium and use it to purchase the character
  • Unlock the character using a Character Token

What Are Morty's Costumes in MultiVersus and How Do You Get Them?

As with all the characters in MultiVersus, Morty has more than one look available in the game. In addition to the default costume, Variants can be unlocked or bought, allowing you to outfit the character with a different style. Here are all Morty costumes in MultiVersus and how to get them.

Evil Morty

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How to Unlock: Purchase with 1,500 Gleamium.

President Morty

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How to Unlock: Purchase with 500 Gleamium.

What Are Morty's Perks in MultiVersus?

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In this section of the guide, we're revealing a list of all Perks for Morty. These can be unlocked with XP as part of Morty's Mastery track. Remember that unlocking a character's Perks will make it cheaper to purchase them as Train Perks on another character, with the exception of Signature Perks which are character specific.

Here are all Morty's Perks in MultiVersus.

Armor Crush

Perk Type
Offence
Description
Your team's fully charged attacks break Armor.
How to Unlock
Reach Mastery Level 2.

Back to Back

Perk Type
Defence
Description
Your team receives 6% reduced damage when near an ally.
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Reach Mastery Level 4.

Fancy Footwork

Perk Type
Utility
Description
Your team receives 5% increased dodge distance.
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Reach Mastery Level 7.

I'm More Than Just a Hammer

Perk Type
Signature
Description
When Morty summons Hammer Morty, Morty will spin in a circle hitting around himself multiple times.
How to Unlock
Reach Mastery Level 8.

Oh That's Still a Grenade

Perk Type
Signature
Description
The explosion radius of Morty's grenades is increased based on their cook duration. Grenades thrown by Morty's allies always have the maximum explosion radius.
How to Unlock
Reach Mastery Level 10.

Deadshot

Perk Type
Offence
Description
Your team deals 5% increased damage with Projectiles.
How to Unlock
Reach Mastery Level 11.

Extra Fleeb Juice

Perk Type
Signature
Description
Morty's plumbus leaves the floor extra squeaky clean.
How to Unlock
Reach Mastery Level 12.

Coffeezilla

Perk Type
Utility
Description
Your team receives 10% reduced ability cooldown duration.
How to Unlock
Reach Mastery Level 13.

What Are Morty's Moves in MultiVersus?

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In this section, we will go over Morty's moves list. Inputs shown are using default controls.

Ground Attacks

Performed while stood on the ground.

Aw Geez, Snakes!
Input
Square
Description
Morty fires a laser PROJECTILE. If any active GRENADES are out, the laser will target each GRENADE, detonating them on collision. Without an active GRENADE, the laser will split into to snake PROJECTILES that launch in opposite directions vertically. COOLDOWN applies to the snakes.
Unresolved Anger Issues
Input
Right + Square OR Left + Square
Description
Morty pummels enemies with a COMBO of punches from Armothy, finishing by swinging a Hammer Morty. Morty can COMBO into a laser whip instead by pressing neutral input after the second hit of the COMBO.
Aw Geez, More Snakes!
Input
Up + Square
Description
Similar to Neutral Normal, except Morty fires the laser upward and the snakes split horizontally.
Plumbus Time!
Input
Down + Square
Description
Morty begins running his plumbus over the ground, hitting enemies and moving freely. Hold input to keep the plumbus out. The plumbus will CLEANSE allies and apply WEAKENED to enemies.

Air Attacks

Performed while in mid-air.

Aw Geez, Air Snakes!
  • Input: Square
  • Description: Same as ground.
Barbarian Instincts
Input
Right + Square OR Left + Square
Description
Morty delivers a COMBO of 2 axe swings, both of which can be CHARGED.
Power of Fire!
Input
Up + Square
Description
Morty uses the power of an elemental ring to hit enemies upward and IGNITE them.
Armothy Assault
Input
Down + Square
Description
Morty pounds downward with Armothy.

Ground Specials

Performed while stood on the ground.

It's a Grenade, I Think
Input
Triangle
Description
Morty throws a GRENADE PROJECTILE. Can throw multiple until out of AMMO.
Power of Earth!
Input
Right + Triangle OR Left + Triangle
Description
Morty summons an earth pillar from the ground in front of him. Morty can CHARGE to increase how far in front of him the pillar appears. Striking a GRENADE with a pillar will split it into two separate GRENADES.
Uh, Auto-Pilot?
Input
Up + Triangle
Description
Morty calls in the spaceship as a PLATFORM that moves upward. COOLDOWN applies.
Temporal Back-Up
Input
Down + Triangle
Description
Morty creates a save point at his position. After some time, Morty will warp back to the save point and HEAL himself and his allies slightly. Press input again to immediately warp back and leave a GRENADE at Morty's position before the warp. If Morty's ally is about to be RUNG OUT while the save point is active, they will instead warp back to Morty. COOLDOWN applies.

Air Specials

Performed while in mid-air.

Yep, That's a Grenade
Input
Triangle
Description
Same as ground.
Another Portal?
Input
Right + Triangle OR Left + Triangle
Description
Morty receives ARMOR and peeks into a portal before hopping in. Hold input to aim where Morty will appear after hopping through the portal. The portal Morty exits from will remain, increasing the speed of allied PROJECTILES that pass by it. COOLDOWN applies, but only to the persistent exit portal.
Uh, Auto-Pilot?
Input
Up + Triangle
Description
Same as ground.
Temporal Back-Up
Input
Down + Triangle
Description
Same as ground. Morty can create a save point in the air without using up his air special moves.

Passive Abilities

Sci-Fi Explosive Technology
  • Many of Morty's attacks utilise GRENADES. GRENADES will detonate shortly after being thrown. If Morty overlaps with an ally, he will give them an idle GRENADE. Allies with idle GRENADES receive GRAY HEALTH and will throw the GRENADE in the direction of their next attack. COOLDOWN applies to giving allies GRENADES.

How Do You Win as Morty in MultiVersus?

Morty is classed as a Bruiser character, but while he does have plenty of melee strikes in his moveset, his grenades and other weapons almost make him more of a Mage. He's a fairly complex character with lots of potential, but can be difficult to play for beginners.

Let's start with the grenades. Morty's neutral special allows you to throw up to three grenades out at a time, and you have a little control over the angle and distance. These take a long time to explode on their own, but they can be picked up and thrown again by your ally, which is neat.

Having a grenade out on the field changes Morty's neutral attack, which uses his blaster. With at least one grenade out, the blaster will auto-target the grenade and explode it on impact. With multiple grenades out, the blast will travel between the grenades in the order they were thrown, letting you bounce a high speed Projectile around. You can set up some interesting opportunities with this, catching opponents off-guard with chaotic use of the grenades and blaster.

With no grenades thrown, the blaster will send out two snakes. They will travel vertically if you're on the ground, or horizontally if you're in the air. It's tricky to hit enemies with these, but they can potentially be good for edge guarding or anti-air if you can get the timing right.

Morty's regular combo has kill potential and you can charge that last hammer strike for more damage. His air side attacks can also be charged and have decent knockback. His down special lets you set a marker, and after a few seconds, you'll zip back to it, which is useful to confuse enemies or save yourself from being knocked out.

His side special on the ground lets you spawn a spike of earth from the ground, and you can choose its distance from you. If the spike hits a grenade, it'll split in two, giving you more damage potential. You can follow this up with the blaster, for example. In the air, the side special sees Morty spawn a portal and jump through it. It'll hang around for a while, and any Projectiles that pass through it will be sped up and deal more damage.


So, that's everything there is to know about Morty in MultiVersus. Will you be playing as this nervous reality-hopper in MultiVersus? Share your own tips and advice in the comments section below, and check out our MultiVersus guide for much more.

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