Devil May Cry Peak of Combat Tier List: All Characters, Ranked

Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat allows players to take different versions of Dante, Lady, Nero, and Vergil to combat,...

Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat allows players to take different versions of Dante, Lady, Nero, and Vergil to combat, with each of them possessing different strengths and playstyles.

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But which among the game’s cast are the best? Here are all the characters in Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat, ranked from worst to best.

Devil May Cry Peak of Combat Characters Ranked

We decided to divide our Tier list from S- to B-Tier while taking into account each character’s set and their stats while maxed out and in S-Rank. You can check out our Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat Tier List below, as well as sections explaining each tier by heading further down.

TierCharacters
S-TierEndless Judgement (Vergil), Swift Arsenal (Lady), Fists of Salvation (Dante), Royal Guard (Dante)
A-TierFrosty Grace (Lady), Devil Cruiser (Vergil), Nomadic Lightning (Vergil), One Man Show (Dante), Spark Igniter (Lady),
B-TierDemon Hunter (Dante), Knight of the Order (Nero)

Related: How to Play Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat on PC

Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat Tier List: S-Tier, Explained

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In the S-Tier, we have characters capable of excelling no matter their foe or team composition. Currently, the only S-Tiers in Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat are Endless Judgment (Vergil), Swift Arsenal (Lady), Fists of Salvation (Dante), and Royal Guard (Dante).

While Vergil allows players to bring on the storm through his vast moveset, abnormal multipliers, and ability to both apply bleed and excel in all scenarios with Judgement Cut, Lady shines thanks to her ability to excel at long-range and allow your party to regenerate health after she performs both her Style and Ultimate Skills.

Lastly, Fists of Salvation and Royal Guard are the game’s best shield breakers and can be game-changing in the right compositions given their high multipliers and massive Ultimate Skill damage (in Fists of Salvation’s case).

A-Tier, Explained

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In the A-Tier, we have characters who, although capable of really setting themselves apart when faced with the right enemies or in the right team compositions, fall behind our top tiers in either damage, attack speed, or overall utility at S-Rank.

Form the A-Tiers, Frosty Grace (Lady) and One Man Show (Dante) are the differentials, as they can deal massive Elemental damage. Frosty Grace is also by far the game’s best Ice damage dealer.

Related: Can You Reroll in Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat?

B-Tier, Explained

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The B-Tier houses characters that even if capable of excelling in the early/mid-game stages, are not well equipped to face high-level enemies while under SS-Rank. Currently, the only B-Tier characters in Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat are Demon Hunter (Dante) and Knight of the Order (Nero).

This guide was made while playing Devil May Cry: Peak of Combat on PC.

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