MultiVersus – How to Reach Level 15 Fast

How to level up your roster as fast as possible!

Guide to Reach Level 15 Fast


Disclaimer: This guide exploits the AI of bots and could easily be patched out, ergo this guide may or may not age well.

So, you want to get your main up to mastery fast but don’t have any XP books? Or perhaps you want to grind out the other characters on the roster to get them to Level 15 for maybe the extra gold or they have a Profile Picture you like on their mastery track?

Well this guide right here will show you the fastest way to do that. Even though this is a quicker way this will take a commitment of time, but the process is very easy and you could just auto-pilot and maybe put on a podcast or something to listen to while you do this. It’s an extremely simple process. However, this isn’t exactly good for grinding gold or battle pass XP, but using this method you should consistently get 400XP per sets of two.

The Steps

  • Go into a 1v1 bot lobby.
  • Choose your fighter.
  • The moment the match starts do not attack! Immediately run to the edge and wall cling.
  • Stay there even if Wall Fatigue starts to set in, the bot AI for some reason doesn’t know what to do in this particular scenario and they will jump off the stage, exhaust their options, and then SD
  • Profit and rake in the XP.

If you return to stage at any point before the match is done to try and undo Wall Fatigue, the bots will stop going off stage and will start circle camping the ledge and you’ll either have to fight them or SD.

Potential Hazards

Note: There are three outliers that can throw a wrench into this process, which is either you get sent to the Batcave or the computer picks Bugs or Iron Giant.

Batcaves narrow gap between the cars makes it difficult for the CPU to get under and do their air stalling, and they’ll sometimes just fidget about atop the Batmobile until it breaks. I’d reccomend just waiting it out even if Wall Fatigue pops.

If the CPU picks Bugs or Iron Giant, you can fight them if you wish but if you’re after pure speed in this method just throw the match and reload.

Bugs’ variety of movement options will almost always lead to the CPU returning to stage, and if his rabbit hole gets stuck at ledge, he’ll just circle camp and won’t venture off stage, you’d have to go up and actually fight him. Iron Giant’s rocket boots keep him from dying off stage and he’ll always return to stage. Again, either fight him or just throw and reload.


All and all though despite these hiccups, using this method matches shouldn’t last more than 30 seconds tops. Just keep doing this and your character’s level will climb, just keep at it!

Egor Opleuha
About Egor Opleuha 7097 Articles
Egor Opleuha, also known as Juzzzie, is the Editor-in-Chief of Gameplay Tips. He is a writer with more than 12 years of experience in writing and editing online content. His favorite game was and still is the third part of the legendary Heroes of Might and Magic saga. He prefers to spend all his free time playing retro games and new indie games.

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