Attack on Titan Revolution Tier List

The first experience you have with Attack on Titan Revolution is like becoming part of a family, many of which are familiar, such as the Ackermans. Some families offer a range of benefits, so naturally, some are ranked higher than others. Due to this, we have compiled a ranking of every family in our Attack on Titan Revolution tier list.

All Attack on Titan Revolution Families Ranked

S-Tier Families

The cream of the crop in Attack on Titan Revolution. These S-Tier families provide incredibly powerful abilities, skills, and bonuses to Titan damage and damage overall as well as other stats:

  • Ackerman
  • Reiss
  • Shiki (Unobtainable)
  • Yeager

The likelihood of obtaining one of these families is minimal, but if you manage to acquire one, you are set for life!

A-Tier Families

Next, we have the A-tier families, which are still very formidable, offering great stats and features. Importantly, rolling an A-tier family is much easier than S-tier, so if you obtain any of these, you’ll essentially have them for good:

  • Arlert
  • Braun
  • Galliard
  • Leonhart
  • Tybur

It’s also worth noting that most A-tier families have a highly effective regenerative skill that allows for quick health recovery!

B-Tier Families

The B-tier families, or in simpler terms: the families that make you say, “I guess that’s good enough.” They aren’t bad, nor great, but they will perform adequately in Attack on Titan Revolution until you can replace them with an A-tier or S-tier family.

  • Azumabito
  • Braus
  • Finger
  • Grice
  • Kruger
  • Ksaver
  • Smith
  • Springer
  • Zoe

Additionally, most of these families only offer minor bonuses, so insignificant that you won’t notice a difference.

The Leftovers

What I refer to as the “bottom of the barrel” families in Attack on Titan Revolution. These families aren’t just subpar, they offer no bonuses whatsoever except for Kirstein. You’re better off with a B-tier family than these rejects.

  • Blouse
  • Boyega
  • Bozado
  • Hume
  • Iglehaut
  • Inocenio
  • Kirstein
  • Munsell
  • Pikale
  • Ral
  • Reeves

So, that covers every family in Attack on Titan Revolution neatly placed in our tier list. You’ll find that many of the better families tend to be of higher rarity as well, and that’s no coincidence. The rarer a family is, the more powerful they are, in general. For more helpful guides, you’ll find code lists down below, even codes for AoT: Revolution or the AoT: Revolution Trello page.

About the author

Brady Klinger-Meyers

Brady is a Freelance Writer at Twinfinite. Though he’s been at the site for only a year, Brady has been covering video games, and the industry itself, for the past three years. He focuses on new releases, Diablo 4, Roblox, and every RPG he can get his hands on. When Brady isn’t focused on gaming, he’s toiling away on another short story.