Multiverse may refer to one of the eight Heroes based on their appearances in the television shared multiverse often colloquially known as the "Arrowverse". They are the largest such group of playable heroes and form many of the most popular player teams.
- Multiverse White Canary - Legends of Tomorrow (Sara Lance first appeared on Arrow but only adopted this persona on Legends of Tomorrow)
- Multiverse Green Arrow - Arrow
- Multiverse The Flash - The Flash (Barry Allen first appeared on Arrow, but then got his own show)
- Multiverse Black Lightning - Black Lightning
- Multiverse Supergirl - Supergirl
- Multiverse Captain Cold - Legends of Tomorrow and The Flash
- Multiverse Armored Supergirl - Supergirl
- Multiverse Batwoman - Batwoman (first appeared on The Flash during the Elseworlds crossover event, then got her own show)
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- There are a number of Multiverse varieties of characters who have yet to make appearances in Injustice 2 Mobile, although most have limited appearances, including:
- Interestingly, they made a variant for a suit that appeared for two episodes (Multiverse Armored Supergirl, which is also the same person as Multiverse Supergirl story-wise), but not for many other variations of characters.
- All Multiverse cards are "heroes" story-wise (Captain Cold having turned good in later appearances).
- Multiverse heroes cover all classes, except Arcane class. Incidentally, Constantine was originally planned to be in Injustice 2 console, but was cancelled. Doctor Fate (character) exists in Injustice 2, but only had a cameo appearance via his helmet in the Arrowverse.