Wondering why MultiVersus online is not working and why can’t you play via matchmaking? The main reason is that the servers could be down, but apart from that, there can be multiple reasons. In this article, we will take a look at all of them along with the troubleshooting tips.
How to Fix MultiVersus Online Not Working (Online Play Disabled)
Check the Server Status of MultiVersus
As mentioned, first, check if the MultiVersus servers are down at the moment. If that’s the case, you need to wait until the servers are back up online. Here’s how to find the current server status. If servers are not the problem, there are a few more things you must check.
Check if your Internet is Stable
A slow or intermittent internet connection can cause problems in an online game like MultiVersus. Reset your router, wait for some time and try connecting again. If required, talk to your internet service provider for further assistance. It is recommended to have at least 5 Mbps download speed and 3 Mbps upload speed to play games online.
Restart your PC or Console
On many occasions, the classic “turn it off and turn it on” step works and that’s something you should try first. If not, you will have to reinstall the game and check.
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Verify Game Files
If you are playing MultiVersus on Steam or Epic, you can check the game files and fix if there are any missing or corrupt files.
Verify Steam Game Files
- Open the Steam client.
- Find MultiVersus in the Library.
- Right-click on the name and click on Properties.
- On the left side, there’s a Local Files tab that you need to click on.
- Click on Verify Integrity of Game Files.
- After the verification process is over, start the game again and see if it still crashes midway or at startup.
Verify the Game Files on Epic Games Store
- Start Epic Games launcher.
- Click on the Game Library.
- Click on MultiVersus.
- Select Settings.
- Click on Verify.
- Close the launcher, restart it and launch the game again.
Check if Antivirus is blocking the Software
Disable your antivirus temporarily (or uninstall temporarily) and find out if you are able to launch Multiversus without any issues. You can then add the game as an exception for future use.
Check your Age in the Game to Fix Online Not Working Issue in Multiversus
Players who have set their age to under 18 will not be able to play online mode in the game due to the age restriction. Here’s how to change your age in MultiVersus to stop being stuck in offline mode.
If you’re unable to play cross-platform, then make sure it is enabled first. You can find the option under Game Settings > Online/Legal > Cross-platform matchmaking. This will allow matchmaking with players from other platforms, so you will find competitors faster.
Last but not the least, in case nothing works, submit a request via WB games support and they will help you out.
That’s all about this particular issue, but if you’d like to know the potential workarounds for other errors as well as Multiversus tips and tricks, check out our guides here.