The Honkai Impact Tier List

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The Honkai Impact Tier List is a system that ranks all playable units from SR+ to SSR+. It was created to better help players understand unit power levels, and it also lets players know which units are stronger than others. 

The tier list is based on the stats of the units in their default state. The tier list will be updated when new units are released, when stats are fixed, or when gameplay mechanics change.

Simply put, it’s a ranking of units’ stat growth.

To create this tier list, I gathered data from Honkai Impact 2~5 (when the game was known as Honkai Impact X2~X5; see how it’s become convoluted?), and went through that data to look for trends. 

The result is an easily digestible ranking system that makes it easier to understand unit stats and overall unit strength.

If you’re not sure how to use the tier list, please check out my blog post on its use; it’s in Japanese, but if you can get past reading at least one Japanese blog post per day, you’ll get the gist of what the tier list is about.

This list can be used as a reference during recruitment.

I have put together a graphic version of the tier list so you can see at a glance what each tier means: The honkai impact tier list Chart for DPS. Check out the original article for more details on how it works! 

Here’s an explanation of the Honkai Impact Tier List: 

1.SSR+.

There is no unit here as of right now (and there likely will never be). If a player gets an SSR+ unit, we consider it the best unit in the game.

2.SR+.

SR+ units are slightly weaker than SSR+ units, but only by a little bit. Even if you got an SR+ unit, you still got something really good and should be proud of that. 

Don’t worry about your SR+. Focus on getting better instead of worrying about rankings, as those don’t mean anything relative to your progress as a player. 

3.SR/SR+.

SR/SR+ units are the same stats as SR units, but they’re in a lower tier. These units are often weaker than SSR+ units, but many players value this for their flexibility in customization. 

For example, you could field one SR/SR+ unit instead of three SSRs in your deck. The point is that players should think about whether they want to use SRs or SR/SRs in their strategy instead of worrying about tiers. 

4.SR.

SR units are the standard units in the game. They are slightly stronger than SR+ units, but only slightly. 

If you get an SR unit, you should be proud of it! These units will usually not make much of a difference in gameplay because the top tier units are SSR+. 

5.R/R+.

These units are slightly weaker than SR units, but only by a little bit. If you get an R unit, you should be proud of it! 

These units will usually not make much of a difference in gameplay because the top tier units are SSR+. 

6.R.

R units are weaker than R/R+ units, but only slightly. 

If you get a R unit, you should be proud of it! These units will usually not make much of a difference in gameplay because the top tier units are SSR+. 

7.NR/N+.

N is a relative grade used to denote a level of rarity. N+ is the most rare SR unit in the game and is probably the most powerful they have created thus far. 

These units are slightly weaker than R units, but only slightly. These units will usually not make much of a difference in gameplay because the top tier units are SSR+. 

8.NR/N.

NR/N is like NR/N+, but these SR units are slightly weaker. However, players should still be proud to have these SRs as they will still help you a lot! 

9.N.

N is a relative grade used to denote a level of rarity. N stands for Normal and indicates that these SRs are Normal rarity as well as being the weakest SR unit created thus far in the game as far as we know. If you get an N unit, you should still be proud to have it, as they still help you a lot! 

10.N+/N-.

These units are slightly weaker than N units, but only slightly. If you get an N+ or an N-, you should still be proud to have them as they will still help you a lot! 

11.N/N-.

These units are weaker than N+ and NR/N+, but only slightly. Like the other relative grades, these SR units will help you a lot and it’s also completely fine if you get one of these! 

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