MultiVersus: How to get Gleamium

Learn how to get Gleamium in MultiVersus so you can unlock cosmetics and buy the Battle Pass.

In MultiVersus, Gleamium is the premium currency you’ll need to unlock the vast majority of cosmetics items. In this guide, we’ll explain how to get Glemium in MultiVersus so you know where you can spend your money if you want to unlock gear.

MultiVersus: How to get Gleamium

MultiVersus how to get gleamium
 
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You can get Glemium in MultiVersus directly from the main menu by clicking the Glemium icon in the bottom left corner of the screen. It’s shown just above the quit game icon and below your current Coins supply. Select it and you’ll be taken to a screen showing the different options to buy Glemium in MultiVersus.

Glemium can be purchased in bundles of 450, 1000, 2,200, and 6,000. The conversion rate at the 1,000 bundle level is approximately 10 Gleamium to $1 USD, which makes the upcoming Season 1 battle pass, at 950 Gleamium, cost just shy of $10. The larger the bundle you purchase, the better exchange rate you’ll get for your money.

Multiversus how to get gleamium guide
 
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You can also get Gleamium through purchasing the Founder’s Pack. The Standard version comes with a paltry 300 Gleamium, the Deluxe with 1,000 Gleamium, and the Premium Founder’s Pack includes 2,500 Gleamium. These packs also include Character Tickets to unlock the game’s core cast and several cosmetic items, but if you’re not fussed about them, purchasing Gleamium directly offers a much better value.

You can also get Gleamium in MultiVersus when you inspect an item that requires it to buy. Inspect a skin like Luau Velma, for example, and you’ll be presented with the option to buy more Gleamium. This will take you to the same Gleamium store as the main menu.

How to get Gleamium in Multiversus guide
 
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That’s all there is to know about how to get Gleamium in MultiVersus. The in-game items can certainly be expensive, so make sure you’re happy with your purchases before you blow your Gleamium supplies on any old thing. For MultiVersus tips that’ll improve your fighting (if not your looks) our beginner’s guide will teach you things the tutorial won’t.

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