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How to taunt in Multiversus

By
Craig Robinson

Sometimes, you just need to BM your opponents in a game, making them react or get inside their heads. Taunting is a good way to do that, which is fully supported in Multiversus. So, if you fancy taunting, we will teach you how to taunt in Multiversus.

We teach you how to taunt in Multiversus and get new taunts for your characters.

How to taunt in Multiversus

When you get into a game, any player is able to taunt their opponents. If you’re on a PC, you must press the T/1,2,3, or 4 keys to taunt. If you’re using a gamepad, no matter which console’s controller you’re using, you need to use the directional buttons. You can press either Up, Left, Right, or Down and activate a taunt. Your character will start saying things in-game or making physical gestures on the screen. If you’re a new player, it is normally one or the up button, which has the default taunt option.

It is simple as that. You now know how to taunt in Multiversus. This is going to come in handy for when you fancy getting under the skin of an enemy player. In addition, there is the challenge which you have to taunt. Pressing these buttons will complete the challenge. However, one of the challenges is to be the first person to taunt in a game. If it is a daily challenge for everyone, you might want to spam that taunt button as soon as a round starts to get it done.

It is also worth mentioning that you can change your taunts in the customization of your character. Each character has some unlockable taunts using Gleamium or via the battle pass, adding some extra flare to the character. This can add some extra spice to your character and your misc buttons on the directional buttons to really make the burns worse or to throw graffiti over the place, thanks to other customization features in the game.

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Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment
  • Genre
    Fighting
  • Guide Release
    26 July 2022
  • Last Updated
    13 August 2022
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  • Guide Author
    Craig Robinson

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