If you know your Marvel, you know that the heroes and even villains have their abilities, skills, and team-ups. Now, we’re going to take a look at the best characters that players can get in Marvel Future Fight as well as what teams you can make with the characters in the game. Here is our Marvel Future Fight tier list for characters and different game modes.
What Is Marvel Future Fight?
Marvel Future Fight is a superhero blockbuster RPG that has various notable heroes and villains from the Marvel Universe—from the Avengers, X-Men, Thanos, and his Black Order to several other notable teams. You name it, they’re probably here.
The game starts after Nick Fury, director of S.H.I.E.L.D., sends a message from the future warning of the Convergence. This event will lead to the end of the world. Thus, it’s up to you and your team to find out what causes the Convergence to save the world.
Marvel Future Fight Gameplay
Marvel Future Fight has players fight enemies on a battlefield. Each Hero in the game has skills that allow them to use abilities and other fighting maneuvers. In addition, players can create teams of three heroes to tackle challenges and missions.
Skills in the game are unlocked by leveling the heroes you have. Some of them are unlocked at certain levels and tiers as well. All in all, just keep playing, and eventually, your heroes will grow stronger the more you play.
What Is the Importance of Using High-Tier Characters?
Marvel Future Fight has more than 200 characters in the game. The characters are separated into Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3. Tier 1 characters can level up to 60, while Tier 2 and 3 characters can go up to 70. However, Tier 3 characters can undergo Transcendence, which increases their stats even more. Each of the characters in the game also has advantages and disadvantages against each other. That is, other than the Universal Types, which are some of the more powerful characters in the game.
Other than leveling characters, you can also master them to get them to a new plateau of power. Tier 1 characters can be mastered and then moved to Tier 2 and even Tier 3. However, there are some exceptions to this rule. Do note that it’s usually a good idea to get characters that are either Tier 2 or 3 or capable of getting more levels through Master and Transcendence.
Fully built characters are a league of their own in Marvel Future Fight. With enough investment, you can destroy any content in the game so long as you have great team composition.
Why Is Team Composition important?
In Future Fight, team composition will make up the bulk of your time in the game. This is because there are some heroes and villains that work well with each other. A classic example would be the Odinson siblings, Thor, Loki, and Hela. They naturally have buffs that correspond to their origins.
In addition to this, players need to take into account skill synergy, as some skills grow stronger through certain conditions. Some skills take advantage of stunned opponents, electrocuted opponents, or just straight up getting enemies to die faster. Either way, keep an eye out for good team compositions to lead yourself to victory.
Marvel Future Fight Tier List
- Lady Deadpool (Holiday)
- Sharon Rogers
- Dr. Strange
- Ghost Rider
- Luna Snow
- Proxima Midnight
- Spider-Man 2099
- Iron Fist
- Black Widow
- Erik Killmonger
- Ms. Marvel
- Moon Knight
- Captain Marvel
- Black Bolt
- Ancient One
- Ghost Rider
Marvel Future Fight Tier List: 5 Notable 3-Man Teams
Now that we know how to make teams, let’s talk about some of the more notable teams to have in the game.
Leader Hulk with Red Hulk and She-Hulk
This team is great if you just want pure damage numbers all day, every day. They complement each other beautifully with their team bonuses and buffs, and they’re incredibly tanky to boot.
It also helps that Hulk being their leader gives them a hefty 5% physical attack boost. And this attack boost increases when his Mastery level is increased.
The main problem with this team comp is the fact that they’re pretty hard to get. She-Hulk alone can only be gained by winning in BattleWorld. However, don’t fear, as you can just use Hulkbuster to get the same result.
Leader Punisher with Bullseye and Hawkeye
If you’re going for faster attack speed and critical attacks, it might be a good idea to go for Punisher, Bullseye, and Hawkeye. These sharpshooters are straight-up dangerous in a fight due to how much they can punish the opponents that they face. They’re great for dealing with single target enemies, not so good against multiple opponents though.
Leader Hulkbuster with Iron Man and War Machine
For some spice in your life, and if you just want more Tony and Rhodey, why not go for this team? With Hulkbuster as the leader, you give Iron Man and War Machine some extra defense and firepower. Meanwhile, the other two characters buff the team with some great attack and movement speed.
Leader Iron Fist with Luke Cage and Daredevil
This team comp is made to blitz their opponents with sheer fist power. All in all, the team has increased attack, critical rate, and attack speed, as well as reduced cooldown times and better defense penetration. They’re great for dealing against tougher units, especially in the later parts of the game’s campaign.
Leader Captain America with Falcon and Winter Soldier
This team comp is one of the tankier ones in this list due to having increased max HP and Defense. However, that doesn’t mean they can’t kick ass. They also have a pretty decent amount of damage with them, as they have a buff on their critical rate and damage.
How Does Marvel Future Fight Compare to Similar Games?
Now that we’ve talked about Future Fight, let’s talk about other similar games. We’ll start with Disney Heroes: Battle Mode, GrandChase, and lastly, KING’s Raid.
Disney Heroes: Battle Mode
Don’t be fooled by the title, it’s not just Disney Heroes that are in this game. For one, most of the game’s characters come from Pixar. But we digress.
Disney Heroes: Battle Mode is a pretty similar fare in terms of general progression. However, it’s on the gameplay where Disney Heroes: Battle Mode diverges from Future Fight. The game has players summon their Disney and Pixar characters into the field and duking it out with their enemies. The player doesn’t control the characters directly though. Instead, they use their skills which are done by tapping their character portraits below the screen. They are pretty similar in terms of a general grind though.
GrandChase meanwhile is a bit more action-packed compared to Disney Heroes: Battle Mode for good reason. After all, GrandChase used to be a pretty cool MMO PC game back in the early 2000s. However, GrandChase Mobile is also in the gacha stream with similar mechanics as Disney Heroes: Battle Mode. The difference is mostly in their art style and overall aesthetics, something which we’ll also see in our last entry, KING’s Raid.
KING’s Raid also has a similar gameplay mechanic to both GrandChase Mobile and Disney Heroes: Battle Mode. What makes it interesting though is that it combines 2D and 3D graphics to have a cool-looking game. It’s true that it still has the usual grind mechanics of a gacha game, but its graphics more than makeup for it.