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How to Change Your MultiVersus Server

The MultiVersus server that you’re in will affect your ping.

If you’ve selected a server that is far away from your region, you’ll have a higher ping.

On the other hand, if you’ve selected a server that is near to your region, you’ll have a lower ping.

A lower ping means that the game will run smoother.

Hence, you need to connect to a server that is close to your region to have a better gaming experience.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to change your MultiVersus server.

How to change Your MultiVersus server

Change MultiVersus server

How to change your MultiVersus server

  1. Open MultiVersus on your selected platform.
  2. Click on the gear icon on the left sidebar.
  3. Select “Online/Legal”.
  4. Click on the dropdown box next to “Preferred Server Region”.
  5. Select the server that you want to change to (e.g. Europe).

It’s highly recommended that you select a server that is close to your geographical location.

For example, if you’re living in the United States, select “North America”.

If you’re living in Italy, select “Europe”.

This will decrease your ping and the game will run smoother without any lag.

What MultiVersus server should I connect to?

You should connect to a MultiVersus server that is close to your geographical location.

This will decrease your ping, minimize lag, and you’ll have a smoother gaming experience.

Currently, MultiVersus has 6 servers—North America, Europe, South America, Central America, Oceanic, and South Africa.

Unfortunately, there isn’t an Asia region that you can connect to.

If you’re living in Asia, it’s recommended that you connect to “Oceanic” or “Europe”.

If you’re living in the United States, connected to “North America” would suffice.

Further reading

How to Redeem a MultiVersus Code

How to Fix Offline Mode in MultiVersus

How to Connect WB Account to Twitch for MultiVersus


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