If you are looking to go Old Testament on some villains, then Smite is a great game if you know what you are getting into. With the new 10.9 patch, this MOBA now features more Gods than ever and abilities that’ll either make or break your matchmaking.
While there is a lot you’ll need to learn about Smite before embarking on any online sessions, knowing your Gods will take up most of the experience. To save you the trouble of choosing between Gods based on blind faith, here’s a Smite tier list to help you make an informed decision.
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These are the most powerful Gods the game has on offer. Choosing any God from this tier list preferably as the Main will allow you to make short work of any competition. Being mostly overpowered, these Gods will also allow you to gain attributes faster and level quickly. Recommended for Beginners.
These Gods aren’t as powerful as the ones in the previous tier, but offer a certain level of challenge that doesn’t require complete mastery of Smite tactics if you are just starting out. This is a great tier to choose from if you want to create a more balanced team. S-tier Gods can also grant an unfair advantage in battle, due to the various easy-to-master nuances that allow you to create your own strategy.
This is easily the most balanced tier in the game. These Gods are balanced in such a way that makes for an exciting combat experience. This tier demands a certain level of mastery of the gameplay to come out on top.
|Da Ji||Terra||Cernnunos||Aphrodite||Cu Chulainn|
|Susano||Xing Tian||Hera||Sun Wukong|
|Morgan Le Fay|
This is where Smite gets challenging. B-tier Gods can offer challenging gameplay and needless to say, will require an expert-level mastery of the combat mechanics. Veterans of the game can work wonders with these Gods and at times, humiliate players that main with much higher tiers.
|Hun Batz||Fafnir||Hou Yi||Chronos|
These are Gods that can prove futile even in the hands of veterans. C-tier Gods are not recommended for your main, but can at times prove effective. Exceptions aside, there isn’t much on offer from this tier and therefore are best avoided in matches.
|Ah Muzen Cab|
This tier list is only meant to give you an idea of the difficulty level associated with each God. As you go down the tier level, the Gods become progressively more difficult to play with, especially if you are new to the game. Since Smite is a MOBA, no matter how great the God you pick is, positive outcomes can only come if you have put in enough hours into the game.
There aren’t too many hacks to get around the difficulty curve. Investing the hours will help you get an idea of how combat in Smite works and what tactics to apply for the God of your choosing even in the S+ tier. There is, however, the most popular pro tip for Smite that will help you cover some ground as a beginner: make the best out of your wards. While using wards judiciously can yield better results, it is no substitute for the time you invest in getting acquainted with the game and the Gods within.