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Street Fighter Duel tier list and reroll guide

Street Fighter Duel tier list and reroll guide

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Updated on May 12th, 2024 - Version 1.0.18 

Street Fighter: Duel is a complex video game that includes a long list of characters. So, we decided to create a universal Street Fighter Duel tier list that will be useful for every player who wants to use the best fighters.

We have also included a Street Fighter Duel reroll guide after the tier list. By using it, you can get the most powerful characters right after you start the game, which will give you a huge advantage over other players.

If you love comparing characters in various games, we have created a Tower of God tier list and The Eminence in Shadow tier list, but a lot of others as well. Use the search bar at the top right to find any games you play regularly, and you're bound to find what you're searching for as we feature all of the most popular mobile games.

But enough chat, let's head right into the Street Fighter Duel tier list.

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Tier S

Gen at the top of the Street Fighter Duel tier list

Tier S includes the best fighters in Street Fighter Duel. The chances of getting them from a reroll are slim, and that’s why they are considered the rarest and the most desired fighters. If you try you are lucky and get a powerful Tier S fighter, your team will be unstoppable.

  • Guy
  • Cammy
  • Abel
  • Vergil
  • Guile
  • Chun-Li
  • Athlete Chun Li
  • Evil Ryu
  • M. Bison
  • Nero
  • Baddest Juri
  • Juri
  • Rose
  • Gen
  • "Supreme Being" Akuma
  • Vega


Rose is not only one of the most beautiful but also one of the most potent fighters in Street Fighter Duel. She has Faction Master support which has over 400K power points. Rose also uses Secret Arts, which gives her +100 HP, significantly increasing her survival capabilities.

M. Bison

If you are looking for a powerful attacker, M. Bison is one of the best options, putting him at the top of the Street Fighter Duel tier list for a good reason. He is an Infernal Faction attacker who also uses Secret Arts. He can even defeat a bunch of enemies solo, making him an unstoppable force.

Tier A

Yun character in Street Fighter Duel

Tier A characters are good options for beginners and experienced players alike. They can be obtained in the first minutes of the game using a reroll and will allow you to progress with little issue. Ultimately, though, you will want to replace Tier A fighters with Tier S as soon as possible.

  • Adon
  • Gouken
  • Ibuki
  • C. Viper
  • Hugo
  • Dhalsim
  • Makoto
  • Elena
  • Saikyo Dan
  • Wrestling Hugo
  • Poison
  • Zangief
  • E. Honda
  • Blanka
  • Trendy Elena
  • T. Hawk
  • Taoist Ren
  • Yang
  • Balrog
  • Summer Yang
  • Yun
  • Akuma


Even though Makoto is listed in the game as a Tier SSS character, we have put him in Tier A on our list. Makoto is a Faction Thunder Tank. He uses the Budo fighting style, providing this character +10 DEF. Despite that, his survival capabilities are insufficient for a higher tier.


Poison is one of the first powerful enemies you will encounter while completing Chapter 1 of Street Fighter Duel. She is an attacker who uses the Savage fighting style, which provides her with an extra +25 ATK. Poison is one of the best fighters from Tier A.

Tier B

Fei Long character

Tier B characters are the core of any beginner’s team in Street Fighter Duel. Even though fighters from Tier B are pretty useful at the start, you will realise how weak they are when you get the opportunity to test more powerful characters.

  • Ken+
  • Hakan+
  • Ryu+
  • Sakura+
  • Dan+
  • Donatelo
  • Michalangelo
  • Rufus+
  • Cody+
  • Ibuki+
  • Dudley
  • Dee Jay
  • Fei Long
  • Decapre


Ken is the first character you will get in Street Fighter Duel. He is a balanced fighter who belongs to the Flame faction. Ken uses Ansatsuken fighting style, which gives him +25 ATK, making him more attack-focused. Despite that, there are many better attackers than Ken.


Even though Rufus is not the first character you will get in Street Fighter Duel, he still can be unlocked pretty early. He is a Wind Faction support fighter, and most players get Rufus as one of the ten characters given to them at the beginning.

Tier C

If you often lose using Tier C heroes, do not worry - you are not the only player who experiences this problem. Tier C fighters become redundant as soon as you get first Tier B heroes, which happens extremely fast.

  • Ron
  • Philip
  • Gary
  • Sanji
  • Hodi
  • Rolento+


Sanji is the second character you will get in Street Fighter Duel. He is a Wind Faction attacker with no particular fighting style. It's for that reason we have put Sanji in Tier C.


Gary is the second Tier C fighter that is worth a specific mention. The reason for that is that he is Tank, capable of taking many shots. Though there are better options you should use, Gary is a serviceable choice in a pinch.

Tier D

Tier D heroes make up some of the worst choices in the game. They are not suitable either for beginners or for experienced players. You can use Tier D characters only if you significantly upgrade them. Even though, it is one of the worst investments you can make in Street Fighter Duel.

  • Baldwin
  • Carolyn
  • Patrick
  • Akaebo
  • Mech Seth
  • Bethany

Mech Seth

Mech Seth is a balanced hero belonging to the Thunder Faction. Even though Mech Seth is one of the worst fighters in the game, some people use him for fun.


The situation with Akaebo is similar to Mech Seth. He is also nearly useless, but some players use Akaebo for fun. He is one of the first attackers you will get in the game.

That would be a complete tier list for Street Fighter Duel. Below, you'll find a reroll guide.

How to reroll in Street Fighter Duel

To reroll in Street Fighter Duel, you need to download the game from Google Play/App Store and open it. Choose Sign in as a Guest account, and don’t connect any social media to the newly created profile. Complete the game’s tutorial and head to the top-right corner of your screen. Here you can claim special pre-registration rewards.

After that, complete Chapter 1 and then get your ten free fighters. Here you are guaranteed to get an A-grade hero. Once done, what you do next entirely depends on which fighter you receive.

If you get the desired hero, link your account and continue playing the game. If the attempt is unsuccessful, head to your phone’s settings and clear the game data. This allows you to have another try and get a chance to get a better A-grade character.

Take into account that a single try will take up to around 10 to 20 minutes. Therefore, if your aim is to get a specific hero, be ready to spend a lot of time clearing the same data and completing the first chapter of the game over and over.

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Mihail Katsoris
Mihail Katsoris
I've enjoyed playing games ever since I was a kid (which was a long long time ago at this point). It all started off with an Atari 65XE, then came an Amiga 500+, a Sega Genesis, a 386, and the rest was history. I consider myself lucky to have been able to experience the gaming evolution over the years - this is my passion, and what I will continue to do for as long as I can.