Here's a complete ranking of all the brawlers currently available in Brawl Stars according to how well they're performing in the March 2023 meta.
With 66 brawlers currently in Brawl Stars, picking the right one for a matchup can often be a challenging endeavor. You have a variety of brawlers, each with its own set of unique stats, abilities, strengths, weaknesses, play styles, and other important factors.
So to help you out, we've put together a guide ranking all of the game's brawlers from best to worst in the March 2023 meta. We've judged them equally across the board depending on how they perform in all of the game modes in Brawl Stars and how effective they are on the battlefield either alone or in a team.
Brawl Stars has seen a big shake-up after Season 17, Mystery at the Hub, introduced brawlers R-T and Willow as well as implemented a new set of balance changes. So that being said, we'll be ranking how all the brawlers stack up in the game at the moment.
All Brawlers In Brawl Stars Ranked - March 2023
Here's an overview of our brawler rankings. As you might've guessed, S-tier indicates brawlers who are the very in the game at the moment. As you move down the tier list, these brawlers become less impactful and viable in the current meta. The least powerful brawlers are at the bottom of the table in F-tier.
Here's a look at the specifics of our tier list for March 2023.
S-tier brawlers perform incredibly well in most metas and game modes. They're durable, effective at dealing damage, and can provide significant advantages in battle. It's also generally tough to counter them due to their superior abilities.
The best brawlers to use in Brawl Stars are R-T, Buster, Sam, Eve, Mandy, Bonnie, Gus, Otis, and Willow.
These are the S-tier brawlers:
A-tier brawlers are also top-tier. They're great - and sometimes, better - alternatives to their S-tier compatriots. However, A-tier brawler power levels can be slightly lower than them in the overall scheme of things. Still, they're powerful and offer a diverse set of abilities and attacking options.
These are the A-tier brawlers:
B-tier brawlers are generally decent picks for most metas. They aren't exactly extremely powerful because their abilities and stats don't allow them to accomplish more. Regardless, they have the tools necessary at their disposal to get the job done.
These are all the B-tier brawlers:
- Mr. P
C-tier brawlers are below average in terms of overall performance. These brawlers tend to be weak alone in game modes like Showdown or against AI enemies. That being said, C-tier brawlers need to be surrounded by good teammates to be effective on the battlefield.
These are the C-tier brawlers:
D-tier brawlers don't offer much by way of abilities or stats. They're still functional on the battlefield however, it's obvious at times that they are two-dimensional and can't synergize well with other brawlers on their team.
These are the D-tier brawlers:
- El Primo
F-tier brawlers are the worst brawlers currently in Brawl Stars. Their weak stats, limited abilities, and overall lack of synergy with other brawlers have unfortunately placed them at the bottom of our tier list.
These are the F-tier brawlers:
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