Marvel Strike Force Characters Tier List (June 2024)

Image of Gamora, Groot, Captain America, and Elektra in Marvel Strike Force.

Image of Gamora, Groot, Captain America, and Elektra in Marvel Strike Force.
May 30, 2024 - We've added the newest characters to our Marvel Strike Force tier list.

Hunting for the newest and best Marvel Strike Force tier list to have the best team possible? Look no further. Marvel Strike Force has a giant roster of heroes and villains that makes it extremely difficult for players to complete their team. If you want to have the biggest advantage possible, then the character rankings of this popular turn-based battler will definitely help you.

There are a multitude of characters to recruit, which makes it onerous to know the best of the best. In this Marvel Strike Force tier list, we have all the information about the game’s characters and rank them according to how strong they perform in battles.

If you enjoy other mobile games, then consider taking a look at our Genshin Impact tier list and AFK Arena tier list. We've also got a Wild Rift tier list if you want to play the League of Legends mobile spin-off.

Marvel Strike Force tier list

Below is our ranking list for Marvel Strike Force characters, ranging from S-tier being the best of the best, and F-tier being ones to avoid where possible.

Marvel Strike Force characters tier list

S

Ghost
Phoenix
Domino
Sersi
Omega Red
Hela
Taskmaster
Magneto
Echo
Kestrel
Ikaris
Black Bolt
Ultron
Shuri
Ebony Maw
Scientist Supreme
Minn-Erva
Moondragon
Symbiote Spider-Man
Yo-Yo
Doctor Doom
Invisible Woman
Nick Fury
Deadpool
Old Man Logan

A

Emma Frost
Sharon Carter
Vision
Swarm
Agent Coulson
Star-Lord
Black Widow
Quake
Venom
Jessica Jones
Graviton
Scream
White Tiger
Moon Knight
Ghost Rider
Corvus Glaive
Black Panther
Carnage
The Thing
Ms.Marvel
Loki
Silver Surfer
Bishop
Crystal
Proxima Midnight
Lady Deathstrike
Negasonic
Pyro
Human Torch
Rocket
Iron Man
Silver Samurai
Mister Sinister
Rocket Raccoon
Falcon
Thanos
Anti-Venom
Yelena Belova
Morbius
Phyla-Vell
Agatha Harkness
Captain America
Colleen Wing
Red Guardian
War Machine
Cull Obsidian
Scarlet Spider

B

Polaris
Ronan
Toad
Ghost-Spider
Karnak
Scarlet Witch
Mordo
Baron Zemo
Iceman
Ultimus
Spider-Man
Mister Fantastic
Vulture
Thor
Hawkeye
Killmonger
Longshot
Spider-Man (Miles Morales)
Cyclops
Korath
Ironheart
Shocker
Psylocke
S.H.I.E.L.D. Medic
Green Goblin
Yellowjacket
Punisher
Mercenary Lieutenant
Groot
Drax
Stature
Captain America (Sam Wilson)
She-Hulk
Multiple Man
S.H.I.E.L.D. Security
Doctor Octopus
Black Cat
Sif
Mercenary Riot Guard
Doctor Strange
Adam Warlock
Elsa Bloodstone
Mighty Thor
Star-Lord (T’Challa)
Rogue
Sunfire
Beta Ray Bill
Sylvie
Morgan Le Fay
Thor (Infinity War)
Ronin
Nova
Nemesis
Magik
Kingpin
Agent Venom
Firestar
Hand Sentry
Abomination
Red Hulk
Daken
Pandapool

C

Spider-Man (Pavitr)
Misty Knight
Mantis
Okoye
Mystique
Gamora
Storm Daredevil
Red Skull
Jubilee
Sabretooth
Iron Fist
America Chavez
S.H.I.E.L.D. Trooper
Heimdall and Shatterstar Cable
Squirrel Girl
Wasp
A.I.M. Assaulter
Wolverine
Ant-Man
Yondu
Maria Hill
Rhino
Kitty Pryde
Stryfe
Blob
Spider-Man (Big Time)
S.H.I.E.L.D. Operative
Beast
Hulk
Gwenpool
Juggernaut
Hydra Scientist
Tigra
Titania
Madelyne Pryor
Luke Cage
Dark Beast
Hulkbuster
Mister Negative
Vahl
Doctor Octopus
Juggernaut (Zombie)
Ms. Marvel (Hard Light)
Captain Carter
Cosmo
Korg
U.S Agent
Super Skrull
Mockingbird
Colossus
Kang the Conqueror
Photon
Doctor Doom
Peni Parker
Star-Lord (Annihilation)
Iron Fist (WWII)
Spider-Man (Noir)

D

Nebula
Namor
AIM Monstrosity
Bullseye
Hydra Sniper
Winter Soldier
Kree Reaper
Nobu
X-23
Elektra
A.I.M Infector
Electro
Kree Cyborg
Hydra Grenadier
Kree Oracle
Rescue
S.H.I.E.L.D. Assault
and Hand Sorceress
Night Nurse
Mysterio
A.I.M Security
M’Baku
A.I.M Researcher
Loki (Teen)
Union Jack
Kate Bishop
Ironheart
Iron Man (Infinity War)
Archangel
Crossbones
Apocalypse
Ghost Rider (Robbie)
Bucky Barnes
Dagger
Cloak
Wong
Spider-Man 2099
Valkyrie
Moonstone

F

Mercenary Soldier
Hand Blademaster
Hand Archer
Ravager Boomer
Hydra Rifle Trooper
Hand Assassin
Hydra Armored Guard
Kree Noble
Ravager Stitcher
Gambit
Kree Royal Guard
Brawn
Dazzler
Darkhawk
Viv Vision
Dormammu
Iron Man (Zombie)
Fantomex
Absorbing Man
Shang-Chi
Spider-Weaver
Quicksilver
Strange (Heartless)
Spider Punk
Nakia
Ravager Bruiser

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Though it won't seem like it early on, resources are sparse in this title. You won't have much trouble upgrading your heroes at the start, but when you start to reach the upper ranks, you'll need top-tier characters to stay competitive. And if you've managed to blow your upgrade materials on common, weaker characters, catching up will be hard.

It's also worth explaining that the different game modes available give a variety of heroes an opportunity to shine. While one character might be the best of the best in Arena, they might not hold up quite so well in Crucible.

For an overview, the best characters and teams in each mode are as follows:

  • Arena - Apocalypse, Quicksilver, Big Time Spider-Man, Kang, Secret Defenders
  • Crucible - Unlimited X-Men, Tangled Web, Apocalypse, Superior 6, Masters of Evil
  • Raids - Invaders, Death Seed, Bifrost
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  • War Defence - New Avengers, PEGASUS, Infestation, Knowhere, Gamma
  • War Offence - Out of Time, Knowhere, New Avengers, Gamma, Darkhold, Death Seed
A team of Marvel Strike Force characters including Captain America, Iron Man, and Spider-Man.
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How to get more Marvel Strike Force characters

Unlike a lot of other mobile games, you get new characters in Marvel Strike Force by collecting enough of a character's shards. These come from "orbs". It's just like how things work with the Cookie Run: Kingdom tier list, actually. One premium orb will cost you 450 power cores and provide you with a guaranteed amount of 15 character shards.

Once you have enough for the particular hero, you can recruit them in the 'roster' section of the menu. You can also select the 'find' option on characters in this menu in order to see which orb their shards are included in and how else you can get them.

Can you reroll in Marvel Strike Force?

The short answer is no. Marvel Strike Force doesn't give you a load of power cores when you start the game, so there's nothing to reroll for. However, you can collect free orbs every day to build up character shards, which should make for steady progress either way. While you earn them gradually that way, you can earn more characters through game modes like Arena, Raid, and Blitz as well.

And that will be the end to our Marvel Strike Force characters tier list. If you are into more mobile superhero game content, then take a look at our Marvel Future Revolution costumes list for the best in-game skins. We also have a Marvel Snap tier list as well as a Marvel Snap codes guide to bag some free in-game content.

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