Like most fighting games, "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" can inspire a competitive run in even the most casual video players.
The Super Smash Bros. franchise has a long history of green-sprouted tournaments and esports events dedicated to finding the best players around the world, and the games evolve continuously as players develop new strategies and techniques.
Gonzalo "ZeRo" Barrios was named the best player over the four-year lifetime of "Super Smash Bros. for Wii U" by Panda Global, a leading organization in the Smash esports community. After taking a break from competition in most 201
Earlier this week, ZeRo released its first tier list for the game, which ranked all 74 characters from best to worst.
"Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" is still only a few weeks, so the parent levels will change over time, but ZeRo has separated the characters into four primary tiers; Top marks are considered the best; high level grades are strong with some errors; Middle grades are solid, but may lack strong tools, and low-level characters struggle to remain competitive.
It is important to note that just because a character is high levels will not always win; Matchups between specific characters will swing based on the strategy of the players and the way their moves. A better player using a low or mid-range characteristic will be able to overcome a weaker player using a "better" sign if they stay sharp and exploit their skills best.
But the understanding that top-ranking characters are considered the best is one of the most important steps towards building a solid strategy and learning to win. If you are curious about where the rest of the characters land on the list list, be sure to see ZeRo & # 39; s full video and hear the explanations for yourself.
Here are the 11 top-level characters in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, according to the world's number one Smash player, ZeRo.