So you just started playing Zold: Out Global and not sure which characters are good? Well, you’re in luck, because that’s exactly what our Zold: Out Global tier list is here to help. In this guide, we rank all characters from S level to D level, where S is the best and D is the worst. That way you can focus on filling out your party with S and A levels to make sure you perform well and skip the BD levels. We also add a description of the levels so you know what they actually mean.
Zold:Out Global is a brand new semi-turn-based tactical RPG. The game includes all the typical gacha features such as a plethora of characters to collect as well as a lengthy campaign to defeat. The game is also easy on the eyes, with a beautifully illustrated anime aesthetic.
You can learn more about it through the the game’s official Twitter page. We also recommend checking out our Zold:Out Global codes guide. If you’re looking for something new to play, check out our Saint Seiya: Legend of Justice code guide and our Torchlight Infinite Builds guide.
Zold:Out Global Tier List
Before we get to the actual list of levels, here’s a description of how our system of levels works so you can understand it.
What do our levels mean?
Here’s a brief explanation of each of our levels:
- S level: Characters in this level are definitely the best the game has to offer. You need to prioritize unlocking these and increasing their power. One of these can get you through the entire game, and a full party will trivialize most of the endgame content – provided you focus on increasing their power.
- a level: If your collection doesn’t have S levels, A levels are great for filling in gaps. These characters are still great on their own, but they’re just missing something when you compare them to an S level. Use them when you need to, but drop them when you can.
- B level: During the early stages of the game you will probably rely on a group with a single S tier and a number of B tiers. These characters are fairly easy to get and are solid, if unremarkable. Definitely trade them in for A tiers and S tiers, but don’t be ashamed to use them if you need to.
- C level: This is when we enter the realm of “bad character.” C-tiers, like D-tiers, are some of the worst characters in the game, but they often have niche uses. They can be very strong in a certain game mode or during a certain phase of the game. Take a good look at their skills and judge accordingly.
- D level: Characters in this level are just never worth using. They are the worst characters in the game, suffer from serious balance issues and will underperform at all points in all modes. Don’t use them if you can avoid it.
God tier characters. Try rolling for them again in the beginning as they will help you through the game, then make it a party at the end of the game.
- With the game being so close to launch, we haven’t had time to find out where each character stands in terms of ranking. We’ll be updating this guide as soon as possible though, so be sure to check back soon!
Solid characters that are great for filling in gaps in your party if you don’t have enough S levels.
These characters start off strong but fade later. Don’t be embarrassed to use them, but do swap them as you unlock S and A levels.
In certain game modes, or in the beginning, characters can excel in this level. Most of the time, however, they are useless.
Never use D-tiers unless you can’t avoid it. They are terrible in all game modes and in all stages of the game.
Zold:Out Global Tier List Frequently Asked Questions
Still unsure about our list of levels? Have questions about Zold: Out Global generally? Hopefully our list of levels can help!
What is a level list?
We probably should have answered this question in the beginning, right? A level list is simply a list of all the characters in a specific game, ranked from best to worst. In our case, S is the best characters, D being the worst, and A, B, and C filling in the gaps.
The purpose of a list of levels is to help you determine which characters to use at all stages of the game. We try to make our tier list as useful as possible by explaining our tier system.
For example, there are cases where certain characters are excellent during the start of a game, but fade later on. Or they can be good at a certain game mode. We will always try to make this clear.
How did we select our Zold:Out Global Tier List?
When selecting our website, we used a number of different sources Zold: Out Global list of levels, but primarily we judge based on our personal experience with the game. As a result, it’s undoubtedly a pretty subjective list, but there’s no getting around that.
To determine the rankings, we both experiment with the characters in the game (if unlocked), and practice theory based on skill descriptions and raw stats. That’s why you’ll see our list of levels change so much when a game first launches, because we’re in the testing phase.
It’s also worth noting that we search communities, like Reddit, for community feedback. If the general consensus is that a specific character is strong or weak, we will reflect that in our level list. That way it has a certain amount of objectivity.
We conclude this section by reminding you that level lists are subjective by nature. Your experience may be completely different from ours, so take it with a grain of salt.
When will we update our Zold:Out Global Tier List?
You can expect an update to our Zold:Out Global level list every time a new character is introduced. However, it may be a while before we can test the character ourselves, so expect a short delay.
We also update the list when a major balance patch hits, as it throws the meta out the window. Again, there may be a slight delay while we experiment with the changes and update our rankings.