Did you just start playing the game and are wondering what characters are the best to play with? Don’t worry, with our Bleach: Immortal Soul Tier List, now you too can have a powerful team and start winning more fights.
Below you will find what we think are the best characters in Bleach: Immortal Soul right now.
Bleach: Immortal Soul Tier List Ranking Explanation:
S+ Tier – These characters are very overpowered, and can turn any fight into their favor. They are the greatest in the game right now.
S Tier – Very good characters for your team, not really the greatest but still they are much better than the A tier heroes.
A Tier – Your average normal characters, not that good but not that bad either.
B Tier – Some of these characters can be used situationally but in general they are not recommended.
C Tier – Not good.
D Tier – No reason to ever use them, they are kinda trash.
Our Ranking Criteria
We try as much as possible to follow the latest meta in every game that we create tier lists for, and that’s also the case here.
Along with our own criteria for reviewing and ranking the characters, we also analyzed the community on Reddit, talked with the players in-game, and of course our own experience while playing the game.
We focused on:
- Attack (high damage output)
- What their buffs and debuffs are
- Their defensive stats
- The amount of healing output
As with any team-based game like this one, doing a few tweaks and changes to your team can significantly impact the outcome of a battle. Replacing a character with someone from the same class is usually a good way to see if you can pass a stage, sometimes that is all that’s needed.
Best Characters and Team Composition
It’s to no surprise that the S+ tier heroes such as Yamamoto, Aizen, and Zangetsu are a perfect addition to any team. You can substitute them with their S tier class counterpart if you still don’t have them unlocked yet.
Without a great team, you won’t be able to advance fast enough in the main story campaign and in other game modes like the PvP arena.
So of course, you will need to use the best characters that you have at your disposal, and try to create the best possible team that you can.
There are different classes in the game: Attackers, Tanks, Support, and Healers.
Following our Bleach: Immortal Soul tier list, you could either create a team full of damage dealers or go for a more normal approach like having a few tanks on the frontline and then attackers and support heroes in the back.
Try out both of these team compositions and see which one you prefer or simply just keep multiple team formations for each one for different game modes.
What is Bleach: Immortal Soul?
If you’ve never heard about this game, and you somehow ended up on this page wondering what is all about, here’s a short summary of the game.
Bleach: Immortal Soul is an anime Gacha RPG that was released globally just a few months ago by developers Oasis Games.
The game is based on the super-popular anime series Bleach.
Although it’s a turn-based game and also a hero collector (some players hate gacha games), the game is still pretty fun featuring addicting and swift attack animations and character design.
There are a couple of game modes inside Bleach: Immortal Soul, the most popular of them being: The main story campaign, a PvP arena, and a challenge mode (which features multiple challenges).
Setting up the perfect teams and for the various game modes in this game will help you to progress even further and win most of your battles with ease.
Each character has their own set of active and passive skills and more importantly they also have an ultimate skill that you will be able to use in the fight after you build up enough rage.
That is why it’s important to select the best characters for your teams, and where this tier list comes in handy for you.
There are a few downsides to the game though. Like we mentioned previously though, the game is a hero collector, and the gacha system in this game is a bit brutal especially since it’s a shard system.
So getting your favorite S or S+ tier hero will take a while. The developers of course know that, and so they will try and push you to spend real money on the game, however, it’s up to you if you decide to only play as a free-to-play player or spend a few dollars to advance faster.
Anyway, we hope that this meta-list was helpful for you, let us know down in the comments what you think, and also if you have any suggestions on it.
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