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Best Perks for Godzilla in Multiversus

The best Perk guide for Godzilla in MultiVersus.
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Perks are an important aspect of MultiVersus. Although the free-to-play title is in open beta, Perks look like a solid mechanic which will influence the game and its characters. While there are many characters to play in the game, this guide focuses on Godzilla, which is one of the most talked ones in the game.

Before we see Godzilla’s guide, let’s have a brief description about Perks.

What are Perks in Multiversus

Perks are power blocks for characters. They boost a character’s power by buffing them. Perks allow you to customize your character according to your play style. As your character levels up in the game, they will unlock new Perks. However, each character has certain Perks by default.

There are three categories of Perks.

  • Offense
  • Defense
  • Utility

Apart from the above Major Perks, the game also features many Minor Perks. These power-ups are confusing for players who are entering the game, especially with a new character. Also, not every Perk is right for every Archetype. For Example, Deadshot Perk is great for Mage and Ranged characters and will not suit Tank characters so well. However, we have made a guide for the best Perks for Godzilla in MultiVersus.

Best Perks for Godzilla in Multiversus

The developers are yet to introduce Godzilla in the game. We will update this guide with the best Perks for Godzilla in MultiVersus as soon as the character is available to play, and we have tested the power-ups on it.

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About the author

Anuj Gupta

Anuj has been into video games since his childhood days. From Road Rash 1994 to the latest NFS and the entire FIFA series, Anuj has a big diary of nostalgic games. With his interest in multiple genres of video games, Anuj has also tapped his feet deep into esports. He has above 10 thousand hours in Dota 2 and plays CS:GO for fun. You can find him noodling on his guitar when he isn’t writing about games.

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