Sergen

Guaranteed Cat Call + Level Up Leech Method

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Alright, so this thread is mentioning two things that currently aren't outlined by the trophy guide on this website, so for anyone to come here and bitch at me for mentioning things like this about the game is really uncalled for. The methods in the trophy guide have recently become obsolete because you are now unable to delete the patch from the game, because deleting the patch for the game will delete your save from the game if you load the game back up, if you want to use the methods outlined in the trophy guide, you will need to start this game and never use the patch. 

 

All this thread is here to do is help people with methods that allow you to get Cat Call and also Level Up your characters. It is highly recommended that you have a turbo controller if you wish to employ these methods while grinding the game. Aside from that, you will also need a second controller if you do not have online help for the Level Up method. 

 

Firstly, for Cat Call, the game now includes a Legendary Multiverse, if you go to Single Player from the main menu, then select "Legendary Multiverse" and press :r1: once, you can select Catwoman and the challenges are there. The "Just Kitten" Legendary Multiverse Event for Catwoman has a reward of one random Catwoman ability and you can keep replaying it by paying the 50,000 Guild Credits after your initial completion of it. 

 

Unfortunately, getting Cat Call without relying on RNG instead becomes an absurdly long grind, below is the list of Catwoman Legendary Multiverse Events and below each event name is a list of requirements you must fulfil in order to get the opportunity to play that challenge. Luckily once you've unlocked that challenge, you can allow your AI Catwoman to fight for you, below I have mentioned how you can use AI to fight for you in the multiverse. 

 

Super Suspicious

  • Level 20 Catwoman Required
  • Give 1,000,000 credits specifically to this challenge
  • 150 Damaging Environmental Interactions Used with Catwoman
  • 200 Villains Defeated as Catwoman
  • 50 Multiverse Boss Events Completed with Catwoman
  • Complete Survivor Battle Simulator Multiverse Event with Catwoman

 

Hidden Treasure

  • Level 20 Catwoman Required
  • Give 100 Regen Tokens specifically to this challenge
  • Perform 150 Arena Transitions with Catwoman
  • Accumulate 3,000,000 overall damage against opponents while using Catwoman
  • Complete 100 Multiverse Events with Catwoman
  • Complete the Super Suspicious Legendary Multiverse Event

 

Scratching Post

  • Level 20 Catwoman Required
  • Sacrifice 250 Rare or better pieces of Catwoman gear specifically to this challenge. 
  • Win 1,000 matches with Catwoman
  • Win 100 matches with Catwoman with the Pounce as the final hit
  • Accumulate 3,000 Minutes (50 hours) of play time specifically as Catwoman 
  • Complete the Hidden Treasure Legendary Multiverse Event

 

Just Kitten (The Cat Call Event)

  • Level 20 Catwoman Required
  • Spend 50,000 Guild Credits specifically for this event (Guild Membership required)
  • Complete the Scratching Post Legendary Multiverse Event

 

Completing Just Kitten will give you Cat Call eventually, as long as you have the 50,000 Guild Credits to pay towards it, my first time completing that Legendary Multiverse Event got me the Cat Call that I so desperately needed. You will never have to play the "Quick Game" Legendary Multiverse Event, unless you want to get Kyle's Whip of Bad Pain on this game, which is a Catwoman Legendary Item. 

 

I believe all of the requirements for Legendary Multiverse Events must be fulfilled within the Multiverse, or Guild Multiverse. You do need to accumulate the Guild Credits within the Guild Multiverse (only accessible if you've joined a guild), so you will need to play there eventually. 

 

Because gear is random, I don't feel it is necessary for me to really mention the gear I used, as it's unlikely you'll really find that gear yourself, so all I suggest is to put the best gear you have unlocked with Catwoman on your AI Catwoman. You can edit your AI loadout by selecting "Customize Characters" from the main menu, then selecting Catwoman, and choosing "AI Loadout 1", from there you can assign all the gear you want to Catwoman. 

 

Aside from setting your gear, you should go to "Multiplayer" from the main menu, then select "AI Battle Simulator" and choose "Customize AI Characters", then from there, select Catwoman and click on "AI Loadout 1" then press :r1: and adjust your attributes as specified here: 30 Points to Combos, 30 Points to Counters, this will ensure that your AI Catwoman does the most damage it can possibly do.

 

Below is some advice for accumulating various statistics. Other things will likely come naturally to you along the way. 

 

  • 1,000 Wins: It is recommended that you play the Endless Battle Simulator Event in the Multiverse, you can find this by selecting "Battle Simulator" in the Multiverse and pressing :right: until you reach that event. You can let AI do the work for you in this event, by pressing :square: while hovering over Catwoman, then you can cycle through the loadouts for your character until you come to "AI Loadout 1". You will need to press :cross: or turbo it to keep going after a fight, so be active if you do not have a turbo controller. Your AI will likely last 40 minutes to an hour in the Endless Battle Simulator, so simply check back on the game within that time to see if they're still going.

 

  • 3,000 Minutes Accumulated: For this, it is highly recommended that you have a turbo controller, otherwise you will need to be fully active to get this done. Firstly, if you have a turbo controller then you should assign the :cross: button to "Meter Burn" by selecting "Extras" from the main menu, then choosing "Options" then finally going to "Controller Config". After assigning :cross: to Meter Burn, go to the Multiverse and choose the Novice Battle Simulator Event. Select Catwoman with any of your player loadouts there and set the difficulty to "Very Easy". When you start your first match, find a rubber band, or anything that can hold your left stick back (Left Stick: Left), this will make you block attacks from the AI from your starting position. When you have the rubber band in place, assign turbo to your :cross: button and you can AFK the 3,000 Minutes from here. 

 

  • For any of the miscellaneous moves e.g. Pounce Victories, it is recommended to simply play the Master Battle Simulator Event on Very Easy difficulty with a player controlled Catwoman. While you're doing the 1,000 Wins, it is highly likely that your AI Catwoman will have already done a lot of the work for you so you'll likely just have to do some cleaning up before going for the 3,000 Minutes. 

 

  • For the 1,000,000 credits requirement for "Super Suspicious", you can fulfil the requirement without losing any credits. The way to do that is: back up your save to a USB flash drive or the PS+ cloud, sign out of PSN and turn off your internet connection and spend the 1,000,000 credits. After spending the credits, quit the game and get your backed up save back, sign back into PSN and you'll have your credits back, but the 1,000,000 credits spent requirement in "Super Suspicious" will be ticked off. You will need to amass the fortune regardless, but this method simply allows you to keep the credits to use them for something else if you need them for anything. 

 

  • For 50 Boss Events completed as Catwoman, try to find a Multiverse world that has a boss fight that allows you to replay it, beating the same boss multiple times still increases your stats toward that requirement. All the yellow planet events that update every 4-hours also count towards this statistic and this event type should be why you always have some credits on hand, because sometimes a world that costs 150,000 credits can offer one random ability and if you're lucky then you'll get Cat Call through that world rather than having to do the entire Legendary Multiverse as Catwoman. 

 

  • For 200 Villains Defeated, Villains are the characters that would be a villain in the DC Universe, such as Harley Quinn, The Joker, Scarecrow and so on, you simply have to defeat those kinds of characters to count towards this statistic. Along the way to getting 1,000 wins with Catwoman, you'll likely surpass this requirement anyway. 

 

  • A more reliable way to get the 250 Rare or better Catwoman gear to sacrifice to Scratching Post is by becoming Level 30 with Catwoman. There's a trophy for becoming Level 30 with a character anyway so there's no reason not to get your Level 30 with her. But once you've become Level 30 with Catwoman, you unlock augments for your character, these range from giving you more profile XP and other things. One of the augments for Catwoman is a character gear drop bias, meaning that once you've finished a fight you're more likely to get gear to drop for Catwoman instead of any other character on the game. Aside from the augment, it is also recommended that if you ever spend your credits on motherboxes, you only buy Gold motherboxes, as these drop more rare or better gear, also have a look out for any events in the Multiverse that have a reward that consists of Platinum or Diamond motherboxes as these can't be bought, but do drop more rare or better gear within them. 

 

Now that I've explained how you can grind your way to Cat Call, I will explain the Level Up Leech method that I referred to. This method allows you to grind XP against a high level player/account that is assisting you. Firstly, ask one of your friends who has a Level 30 character on this game if they would be willing to help you out with it, as that is the shorter way to go for this. Otherwise, the only other thing I can recommend is getting one of your alt account characters to Level 30. 

 

To achieve Level 30 with a character on your alt, simply keep playing the Endless Battle Simulator Event in the Multiverse, it will take a few hours to do this, but it is worth it for the eventual XP amounts you will be getting from beating a Level 30 alt, simply select "AI Loadout 1" for any character after pressing :square: while hovering over them. You can get Level 30 with any character on the game for this method to work, but I personally recommend either doing it with Batman or Superman, as these characters are the game's default picks whenever you initially have to pick a character for Player 1 or Player 2. You will only need to press or turbo :cross: after every fight in this event and eventually pick the event again to grind again. If you want to completely AFK Batman to Level 30 with a turbo controller, then an effective way to do that would be to assign the :cross: button to your light attacks, then hover over the Endless Battle Simulator Event and turbo :cross:. Turboing light attacks with Batman will cause him to frequently keep doing a 2-hit combo and damaging AI, he will win around 8 fights with this method, then after you have finished the battle with him, the :cross: button turbo will auto-select Batman again for you to keep levelling up while you're AFK. Batman is the default pick for every Multiverse Event, so unfortunately the completely AFK levelling method only works if you want to turbo him. 

 

After getting your alt to Level 30, select "Multiplayer" from the main menu, then select Versus and with the Player 1 Controller, just choose whichever character you want to level up, with the Player 2 Controller, sign into your alt account that has a Level 30 character, then select the Level 30 character that they have. Once the match has begun, just win the matches as fast as you can with your Player 1 Controller, and after you've won, you will accumulate around 1,200 XP, you need around 66,000 XP to reach Level 20 with a character and I'm unsure how much you need for Level 30. Depending on the character you use, it will take around 30 seconds to win a match and you can immediately rematch your alt after winning, so you can keep this method up until you achieve Level 30 with a character, then you need to get Level 20 with every other base game character on the game. The character I recommend getting Level 30 with is Catwoman, because one of the Augments on the game is a Gear Drop bias for her, which is useful for getting Rare or better gear to sacrifice to the "Scratching Post" Legendary Multiverse Event. 

 

Below are the settings you need to use for your game to maximise the amount of XP you get with 2 controllers, all of these options are available in the "Gameplay Settings" menu in the Options menu from Extras on the main menu: 

 

  • Round Time: 300
  • Rounds to Win: 2
  • Everything else doesn't matter

 

Alternatively, if you do not want to get an alt account to Level 30, you can play online with someone else who already has a Level 30 character. You can do that by playing Player Matches with them, you'll get maybe 100 less XP online than you would with a second controller, but that's not a big loss whatsoever. You can easily challenge the other person to a Player Match by creating an Online Room and both joining it, then one player challenges the other to a match and you're good to go. 

 

I only recommend doing the Legendary Multiverse for Catwoman if it is your last resort, otherwise just keep trying to open as many motherboxes as you can until it eventually pops up, I personally used the Legendary Multiverse simply because I have a turbo controller so it didn't affect me much to do the grind there rather than grinding for motherboxes any further. The level up method I have mentioned is the best method I could find and I did run Endless Battle Simulator with a lot of characters frequently until I thought of trying to beat a Level 30 alt. Constantly letting AI do Endless Battle Simulator for you will award you with more motherboxes, but the leech method allows you to get level 20 with a character quickly, giving you more time to play as Catwoman in the multiverse to fulfil her Legendary Multiverse requirements. 

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I found a glitch, I'm so proud of myself :3. I went from level 75 to 97 in 10 hours, and got like 30 millions of credit. I bought only 100 gold motherboxes and spent the rest on the legendary multiverse, then I had an idiotic moment and quit the game, the glitch was gone :c. Can I upload photos? I'll post here tomorrow how i did it. Gonna try the glitch again when I get home.

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Just now, WhatASplendidPie said:

I found a glitch, I'm so proud of myself :3. I went from level 75 to 97 in 10 hours, and got like 30 millions of credit. I bought only 100 gold motherboxes and spent the rest on the legendary multiverse, then I had an idiotic moment and quit the game, the glitch was gone :c. Can I upload photos? I'll post here tomorrow how i did it. Gonna try the glitch again when I get home.

 

Yeah, that will be very useful if it can be replicated, but can it help with character level or does it only help with profile level?

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1 minute ago, Sergen said:

 

Yeah, that will be very useful if it can be replicated, but can it help with character level or does it only help with profile level?

sadly, only profile level. 

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1 minute ago, WhatASplendidPie said:

sadly, only profile level. 

 

I assume it has something to do with the in-game challenges then. But it will definitely be good for people to get credits on the current patch with it, so it'll help with that because ideally people should be looking to get motherboxes and only using the legendary multiverse as a last resort. 

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Just now, Sergen said:

 

I assume it has something to do with the in-game challenges then. But it will definitely be good for people to get credits on the current patch with it, so it'll help with that because ideally people should be looking to get motherboxes and only using the legendary multiverse as a last resort. 

yeah, could it be great for character level, 1 match and the character could have reach level 30 easily. The AI was playing for me and always earned between 100,000-200,000, when I started playing I got +800,000 profile xp and credits every fight. Should I tell u how it happened now so u can try? 

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1 hour ago, WhatASplendidPie said:

yeah, could it be great for character level, 1 match and the character could have reach level 30 easily. The AI was playing for me and always earned between 100,000-200,000, when I started playing I got +800,000 profile xp and credits every fight. Should I tell u how it happened now so u can try? 

Yes!

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1 hour ago, WhatASplendidPie said:

yeah, could it be great for character level, 1 match and the character could have reach level 30 easily. The AI was playing for me and always earned between 100,000-200,000, when I started playing I got +800,000 profile xp and credits every fight. Should I tell u how it happened now so u can try? 

 

Yeah, do post it as there are eager people who need the credits now who could use it. I'm just not home right now to try anything, but I'm sure someone else can. Credits won't necessarily guarantee Cat Call, but it will guarantee the person being able to buy plenty of Gold Motherboxes to try to buy Cat Call without doing the Legendary Multiverse. 

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I always backup my save data after every session, till yesterday, I was playing normally and then my ps4 turned off due to some issues I have with cables, and of course my player save data got corrupted. After turn my ps4 on I couldnt play any games so I had to delete my user, everything was ok again. I upload my save and started the game thinking I've lost that new Green Lantern and Bane gear I got the day before, but no, everything was there and a few mother boxes too (but the motherboxes dissapear so I'm guessing NRS have your game data on their servers), after that I set the AI in a multiverse event and notice that I'm getting lots of profile xp and credits, Didnt know what happend till hours later, the bonus for connect a special move was popping like crazy, 10,000 credits and profile xp after connect a special move. 

 

So if someone wants to try, save all your data before injustice's:

 

1- save all of your injustice's data (there are 3, game data, multiverse data and player save data)

2- play the game and get some gear

3- delete only your player save data (without doing another backup) 

4- upload only your player save data (but do not run the game)

5- delete your user 

6- first upload all of your Injustice's data and run the game.

7- start a fight and try connecting special moves.

 

Let's hope It had anything to do with the reason that I couln't run any games after the ps4 turned off.

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25 minutes ago, WhatASplendidPie said:

https://imgur.com/a/wyF1p

 

this was only a quick match and look how much I got.

 

can I post a video from my phone?

 

Do as you wish, I'm not a mod for the forum, anything that could help people out with this is welcome, you don't need my permission to post what you want :D 

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2 hours ago, Sergen said:

 

Do as you wish, I'm not a mod for the forum, anything that could help people out with this is welcome, you don't need my permission to post what you want :D 

I meant, I don't know if I can actually post a video :P

 

Ok I'm home, time to try this thing again.

 

 

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It didn't work :c 

 

I wanted to hit level 100 and now I'll be stuck in level 97 like forever :c funny how 30 millions and 22 levels up ins't enough :P

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