DC Worlds Collide Tier List and Reroll Guide

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April 21, 2022: We added Raven to our DC Worlds Collide tier list.

Superhero fans rejoice! A brand new mobile game based on DC Comics is rolling out now, and our DC Worlds Collide tier list will run through the best heroes and villains of this new gacha brawler from Nuverse. In-game resources get harder to obtain the deeper you go, and blowing them on characters lower on the tier list will only get you so far.

Our DC Worlds Collide tier list will not only rank the 50+ characters in the game right now, but also explain why exactly the best fighters are so good. Over time, we'll piece together proper pre-made teams to take some of the guesswork out of the game, and even detail the DC Worlds Collide reroll process you can use to get the best pulls right from the start.

Looking for more mobile RPG fun? There are plenty of other great gacha games to try out. Use our Seven Knights 2 tier list will help you pick the best roster in the mobile sequel, and we've also got a Guardian Tales tier list and a Marvel Future Revolution tier list to help you find more heroes.

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DC Worlds Collide Tier List

Ranking Character name
SSuperman, Lex Luthor, The Flash
ABatman, Nightwing, Kid Flash, Constantine, Superboy, Green Arrow, Robin, Zatanna, Starfire, Bizarro, Poison Ivy, Green Lantern (Jessica)
BBane, Gorilla Grodd, Penguin, Harley Quinn, Black Manta, Scarecrow, Deadshot, Captain Cold, Black Canary, Cyborg , Deathstroke, Sinestro, Raven
CMr. Freeze, Pandora, Cheetah, Mirror Master, Killer Croc, Solomon Grundy, Clayface
DKing Shark, Batgirl, Catwoman, Black Adam

At the moment, there are just over 50 characters in the DC Worlds Collide tier list already. Our tier list rates them all based on their star rating, which combines both rarity and effectiveness in combat. Those near the top will unsurprisingly pack most of a punch in battle, while also being the most elusive to unlock in gacha spins.

There are of course some glaring omissions in the lineup right now, with characters like Shazam, Aquaman, and even Batwoman all conspicuously absent. Expect them to arrive in future updates, where they're likely to top the DCWC tier list just from traditional power creep alone.

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Who Is The Best Character In DC Worlds Collide?

As per our DCWC tier list, the three characters you'll want to get a hold of are Superman, Lex Luthor, and The Flash. They're the only three comic-book characters to make it into the S tier - and there's good reason why.

Superman

Superman is not a surprising addition to the list. The character's near-invulnerability to almost any punishment plays into effect here. He comes with a self-revive move to render any enemy special attacks useless, and, Even better, his attacks target the entire enemy team.

Lex Luther

Next up is Lex Luthor, Superman's notorious adversary who's almost on the same level as the Man of Steel himself. He's very good in the tank role thanks to his extensive shields, meaning he can soak up most of your enemy's attacks while the other team members land some blows. Combined with healing abilities that remove teammate debuffs, Lex is definitely worth using.

The Flash

The final character we recommend you trying to use is The Flash. Barry Allen's speedster is renowned as one of DC's best characters, and that passes over into the Worlds Collide tier list as well.

As you may expect, he's always the first to land attacks in the turn-based combat, which then passes the baton to your other teammates. He's got the last man standing perk too: if he's the last one to go down in battle, his health goes straight back to 100%. That makes the Flash a pretty OP character.

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How Do I Get More Characters In DC Worlds Collide?

You'll be glad to know that adding new characters to your wannabe Justice League is quite straightforward. It involves a reasonably familiar gacha summoning system, which will be recognisable to anyone who's played games like Seven Knights 2.

It involves spending crystals or 'Super Encrypted Tokens' on random pulls, with the resulting character then being based on pure luck of the draw. The resources needed to do this will likely come from in-game events and typical content clears, but you can speed things up with in-app purchases to get an upper hand if you're feeling particularly frivolous and fortunate.

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Once you have enough crystals, head to the Mother Box menu, where you can see the various banners on offer. At the moment there are high-powered Champions and more regular characters. You'll want to go for the former to pull those S-rank characters. However, it's that banner that costs the Super Encrypted Tokens, which are much tougher to get.

From there, you can spin until you run out of currency to see what you unlock. Fingers crossed for one of those top tier characters!

DC Worlds Collide Reroll Guide

If you've gone through the preliminary gacha spins in DC Worlds Collide but you aren't too happy with what you've got, it's always possible to reroll.

Bear in mind that the first three gacha pulls will always contain Batgirl, Captain Cold, and Killer Croc. These are all part of the main storyline, so no amount of rerolling will change what you get in those. If you want to spend you day rolling and resetting, though, here's how to reroll in DC Worlds Collide:

  • Start playing DC Worlds Collide on a guest account.
  • Complete the early sections up until you unlock Killer Croc through gacha.
  • Then you're able to use the gacha mechanic, so roll with any of the currency you have.
  • If you're unhappy, simply delete the application from your device and redownload it. That will wipe your progress.
  • Once you're happy with your pulls, tie your account to a social media, device, or email platform
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That's it for our DC Worlds Collide tier list right now! Be sure to check back as we'll be updating our rankings once more characters land in the game. Considering the soft launch in selection regions is out now, it shouldn't be too long until it goes global and even more familiar faces arrive. For more mobile RPG goodness, check out our Awaken: Chaos Era tier list. There's our Cookie Run: Kingdom tier list as well if you want something a little less serious