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Universes is a term referring to the vast list of Warner Bros. Discovery-owned franchises represented in MultiVersus.


Universes can be represented via Fighters, Taunts, Variants, Maps, NPCs, Items, Profile Icons, Badges, Banners, Announcer Packs, Ringouts, Stickers, and Perks. Some content can either be bought from the in-game store or retrieved through the Battle Pass. Currently, Universes are only mentioned by name in-game in the text seen when selecting Fighters (along with their class and playstyle) and in the Shop. Logos of each fighter's universes can also be seen on their respective Class Breakdown Cards.

List of Universes

Major Universes

List of Primary Universes
Logo Description
New Logo.png MultiVersus: The "default" universe. Includes all original content made by Player First Games for the game, notably Reindog.
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AdventureTimeLogo.png Adventure Time: An animated comedy/fantasy show made by Pendleton Ward at Frederator Studios for Cartoon Network. The show focuses on Finn the Human and the adventures he has alongside his best friend and adoptive brother Jake the Dog in the Land of Ooo.
Beetlejuice Logo.png Beetlejuice: An American dark fantasy horror comedy media franchise that originated with the 1988 film Beetlejuice. The overall plot centers around a deceased couple who try to haunt the new inhabitants of their former home and call for help from a devious bio-exorcist ghost named Betelgeuse (after the star, due to being part of the constellation named after the Greek god Orion, who is famous for his hunting prowess and desire to kill every animal on earth; the name is pronounced and often spelled "Beetlejuice"), who is summoned by saying his name three times. One of the new inhabitants is a young girl, Lydia, who is dealing with her mother's death and her neglectful father.
DCLogo.png DC: A multi-media franchise known largely from its comic book history that spans all the way from the 1930s. Home to several of the world's most well-known fictional superheroes and supervillains, such as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Joker, The Flash, Robin, General Zod, Brainiac, Martian Manhunter, Shazam, Black Adam, Green Lantern, and many others.
Friday the 13th.png Friday the 13th: An American horror franchise that comprises twelve slasher films, a television series, novels, comic books, video games, and tie‑in merchandise. The franchise mainly focuses on the fictional character Jason Voorhees, who was thought to have drowned as a boy at Camp Crystal Lake due to the negligence of the camp staff. Decades later, the lake is rumored to be "cursed" and is the setting for a series of mass murders. Jason is featured in all of the films, as either the killer or the motivation for the killings.
GameOfThronesLogo.png Game of Thrones: A fantasy drama television series produced by HBO based on the A Song of Ice and Fire series of fantasy novels written by author George R. R. Martin. Set on the fictional continents of Westeros and Essos, Game of Thrones has a large ensemble cast and follows several story arcs throughout the course of the show. The first major arc concerns the Iron Throne of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros through a web of political conflicts among the noble families either vying to claim the throne or fighting for independence from whoever sits on it. The second focuses on the last descendant of the realm's deposed ruling dynasty, who has been exiled to Essos and is plotting to return and reclaim the throne. The third follows the Night's Watch, a military order defending the realm against threats from beyond Westeros' northern border.
Gremlins Logo.png Gremlins: A duology of black comedy horror movies made in collaboration between Warner Bros. and Amblin Entertainment that focus on the cute little Chinese creatures called "mogwai" and their ugly and destructive counterparts, the titular gremlins, and the chaos they bring upon the Peltzer family and their home town.
LooneyTunesLogo.png Looney Tunes: An American multi-media franchise created by Leon Schlesinger and owned by Warner Bros. Entertainment. It started out as a series of small animated comedy short films starring various wacky cartoon characters such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Elmer Fudd, Sylvester & Tweety, Yosemite Sam, Wile E. Coyote, Road Runner, Granny, Speedy Gonzales, and many others, before spawning various TV shows, spin-offs, movies, video games and reboots.
Rick and Morty logo.png Rick and Morty: An adult animated sci-fi sitcom created by Justin Roiland and Dan Harmon that began airing on Adult Swim in 2013. The show revolves around the misadventures of the nihilistic and cynical mad scientist Rick Sanchez and his kind-hearted but fretful grandson Morty Smith, who split their time between domestic life and interdimensional adventures.
SamuraiJackLogo.png Samurai Jack: An American animated action-adventure dystopian television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network and Adult Swim. The titular character is an unnamed Japanese samurai prince who wields a mystic katana capable of cutting through virtually anything. He sets out to free his kingdom after it is taken over by an evil, shapeshifting demon lord known as Aku. The two engage in a fierce battle, but just as the prince is about to deal the final strike, Aku sends him forward in time to a dystopian future ruled by the tyrannical demon. Adopting the name "Jack" after being addressed as such by beings in this time period, he quests to travel back to his own time and defeat Aku before he can take over the world. Jack's search for a way back to his own time period transcends Aku's control, but Jack's efforts are largely in vain due to the way back to his home ending up just out of his reach.
ScoobyDooLogo.png Scooby-Doo: An animated television series that has had various reboots and reimaginings throughout the years, with its first incarnation being 1969's Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, produced by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears at Hanna-Barbera. The premise of the series involves around four teenagers (Shaggy, Velma, Fred, and Daphne) and their titular dog solving supposedly supernatural mysteries.
Space Jam logo.png Space Jam: A duology of live action/animated-hybrid science fiction sports comedy films featuring the Looney Tunes playing basketball against hostile otherworldly forces alongside famous NBA superstars Michael Jordan and LeBron James. While its first movie started out as a spin-off of the Looney Tunes franchise, its second movie, while still keeping the spotlight on the Tunes, included references and cameos to various other WB-owned IPs, cementing the series into its own thing.
StevenUniverseLogo.png Steven Universe: A science-fantasy comedy series created by Rebecca Sugar for Cartoon Network, best known for tackling themes that were previously not addressed much in children television before. It stars the titular Steven, a young human-gem hybrid boy, who lives in the fictional town of Beach City alongside his father, Greg Universe, the Crystal Gems (Garnet, Amethyst, & Pearl), and his best friend, Connie. Most episodes of the original series focused mainly on Steven and the Crystal Gems trying to protect Earth from Corrupted Gems and The Diamond Authority.
The Iron Giant logo.png The Iron Giant: A 1999 American animated sci-fi movie based on the 1968 novel The Iron Man, written by Ted Hughes. The movie centers around a young boy named Hogarth Hughes who discovers and befriends a giant alien robot during the Cold War. With the help of a beatnik artist named Dean McCoppin, Hogarth attempts to prevent the U.S. military and Kent Mansley, a paranoid federal agent, from finding and destroying the Giant.
The Matrix Logo.png The Matrix: An American media franchise consisting of four feature films. The series features a cyberpunk story of the technological fall of humanity, in which the creation of artificial intelligence led the way to a race of powerful and self-aware machines that imprisoned humans in a virtual reality system (the titular Matrix) to be farmed as a power source. Occasionally, some of the prisoners manage to break free from the system and, considered a threat, become pursued by the artificial intelligence both inside and outside of it.
TomJerryLogo.png Tom and Jerry: An American animated media franchise originally created by the legendary William Hanna and Joseph Barbera duo for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. in the 1940s. The franchise consists mostly of short animated movies centered around the rivalry between the titular cat and mouse duo. The original Tom and Jerry shorts have been described by many critics as the biggest influence for both mute and slapstick-type modern comedy.
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Animaniacs logo.png Animaniacs: A variety show with short skits featuring a large cast of characters, focusing mainly on the iconic Warner brothers, Yakko and Wakko, and their little sister, Dot. While the show had no set format, the majority of episodes were composed of three short mini-episodes, each starring a different set of characters, and bridging segments. Hallmarks of the series included its music, satirical social commentary, pop culture references, character catchphrases, and innuendo directed at an adult audience. A revival of the series was announced in January 2018 and ran for a total of 3 seasons from February 20th, 2020, all the way until February 17th, 2023.
DexLab logo.png Dexter's Laboratory: An Emmy award-winning American animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky and produced by Cartoon Network Studios (also co-produced with Hanna-Barbera from 1996–1999). The show is about a boy named Dexter who has an enormous secret laboratory filled with an endless collection of his inventions that he has to keep secret from his parents. Other notable characters that appear in the show are Dexter's older sister Dee Dee, his evil genius arch-nemesis Mandark, Dexter's secret super-hero/lab pet Monkey, and Major Glory, the leader of a DC and Marvel-parody group of super heroes called "Justice Friends".
PPG logo.png The Powerpuff Girls: An American animated television series created by animator Craig McCracken. The program was produced by Hanna-Barbera until 2001 when Cartoon Network Studios took over production. The Powerpuff Girls revolves around Blossom, Bubbles, & Buttercup, three kindergarten-aged girls with superpowers and their battles against various evil opponents, such as the mad scientist chimpanzee Mojo Jojo and the devilish HIM. The series is an action comedy with inspiration from American superheroes as well as Japanese Tokusatsu. The series was a launching pad for an entire media franchise including an anime, three CD albums, numerous video games, a multitude of merchandise, and a feature film. In 2016, the series also received a reboot.

Minor Universes

Main Article: List of Minor Universes