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Overwatch 2 Tank Tier List For June 28 Beta

We've put together a full tier list of the best and worst Tank heroes in this Overwatch 2 PvP Beta.
We've put together a full tier list of the best and worst Tank heroes in this Overwatch 2 PvP Beta. /

We've put together a full tier list of the best and worst Tank heroes in this Overwatch 2 PvP Beta.

Overwatch 2 Tank Tier List For June 28 Beta

S-Tier

  • D.va

S-Tier heroes are the picks players should expect to dominate matches. Those walking into a match with an S-Tier hero are destined to do great things for their team — skill permitting, of course.

S-Tier tanks have the best of both worlds: being a heavy shield and a heavy hitter to keep the enemy team off an important point or out of the way during a major push.

A-Tier

  • Orisa
  • Reinhardt
  • Zarya
  • Junker Queen

A-Tier heroes are among the most useful in the game at this time. Whether it's their kit or generally improved synergy with the team, A-Tier heroes provide both an enjoyable and challenging experience for everyone involved — but they always get the job done.

A-Tier Tanks are perhaps the most useful bunch in the game. These heroes can fill a variety of gaps in a team with little effort and do a great job of keeping their teammates save from harm while agitating enemies on the frontlines. Players should feel safe with an A-Tier Tank on their side.

B-Tier

  • Roadhog
  • Sigma
  • Winston
  • Wrecking Ball

B-Tier heroes have a wide variety of situations they can be applied to in order to attain victory. Most skilled players can take a B-Tier choice and make it work, even if the situation isn't necessarily perfectly tailored to them.

B-Tier Tanks are very much situational choices with specific counters already lined up. These heroes could get the job done, of course, in one way or another, but their kits may require a more non-traditional playstyle that sets them apart from the usual tank meta.

C-Tier

  • Doomfist

C-Tier heroes may not be viable in the majority of matches. They may be useful in a special situation or two, but, on the whole, players will want to steer clear of these picks for the time being.

C-Tier Tanks won't do much to protect the team in matches. They may act as powerful buffers, but without mastering their crowd control, most players will have a hard time using them effectively to receive the same result as an upper-tier pick.