Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat is a double treat! There’s wild action sprinkled with the signature DMC humor, and you wouldn’t want to miss it! However, we’re here to rank the best characters into a Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat tier list, so let’s dive right in!
However, having a gacha mechanic doesn’t automatically mean there’s a ton of characters. Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat currently has only 11 playable characters, which makes the choice somewhat easier. And we’ve created a Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat tier list to make things even more straightforward. Plus, we’ll explain how you can reroll spins in Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat.
Before we jump into all that, you may be interested in ways to get various freebies in the game. In that case, we have a guide for Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat codes to help you pile up those resources quickly!
Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat Hunter Tier List
As mentioned, Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat has a total of 11 Hunters. These are, in fact, variations on the five main characters: Dante, Nero, Lady, Vergil, and V. All of them have unique skills, weapons, and abilities. And regardless of how well-balanced a game is, you’ll always have a few characters that surpass others in at least some aspect.
|Fists of Salvation, Frosty Grace, One-Man Show
|Demon Hunter, Spark Igniter, Knight of the Order, Swift Arsenal, Nomadic Lightning
|Devil Crusher, Royal Guard, Endless Judgment
For that reason, we created a tier list for Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat Hunters. The game also makes this straightforward since Hunters can already be Legendary, Epic, and regular.
The Hunters fall within a specific tier naturally. Legendary Hunters have a smaller summon rate, i.e., they’ll be harder to get. That’s why it’s reasonable those characters are more powerful than others. Similarly, Epic Hunters have a slightly higher summon rate than Legendary, but still lower than regular Hunters. Their power scaling is also made to match their rarity.
It’s worth mentioning that, just because a Hunter is further down the tier list, it doesn’t mean they can’t be fun to play with. In fact, a low-ranked Hunter might match your playstyle perfectly, even more than a Legendary one!
Another thing to keep in mind is that Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat will receive new Hunters in the future. Of course, this will create a new dynamic within the game and affect all future tier lists.
How to Reroll in Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat
Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat doesn’t allow you to reroll when you summon weapons or Hunters. However, there’s a relatively simple way around this restriction. All you need to do is log in as a guest when playing the game (don’t create an account linked with your Google or Facebook). Then, proceed to summon your first characters.
If you didn’t like the result, simply log out and clear the game data. Then, log back in and repeat the process.
If you do sign in with your existing account (for instance, Google) your game will be saved with all of the details. In other words, signing in this way means committing to the summons you got. So don’t do that until you’re satisfied with the Hunters and weapons you received!
This wraps up our tier list and reroll guide for Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat. Find more lists in our Apps & Lists section or dive into useful tips and tricks for various games in our Game Guides section!
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