Rogue Company Tier List (September 2021)

Rogue Company Tier List

Our Rogue Company Tier List will rank all the bad-ass characters in the popular third-person, team-based multiplayer shooter game Rogue Company.

Last updated: September 2021
-A new section was added for the character roles explanation.

-The list’s updated and new characters are also added: Fixer, Seeker, Kestrel, Sigrid and Mack

HiRez Studios’ Rogue Company has been one of the most anticipated shooting games of 2020 and there are a ton of reasons why this is the case. This highly balanced game offers exciting engagements and tactical gameplay and features new Rogues every season. 

If you don’t know what Rogues are, they are the game’s playable characters that showcase unique abilities, perks, and load-outs. The characters’ individual abilities can range from physical ones such as having explosives or being capable of self-reviving, to passive ones such as being undetectable to UAVs.

Without any more delay, here’s our take on Rogue Company Tier List.

Rogue Company Tier List

S – Tier
  • Scorch (Duelist)
  • Dahlia (Support)
  • The Fixer (Sniper)
A – Tier
  • Seeker (Intel)
  • Ronin (Duelist)
  • Dallas (Intel)
B – Tier
  • Anvil (Defender)
  • Kestrel (Duelist)
  • Saint (Support)
  • Sigrid (Breacher)
  • Trench (Defender)
  • Vy (Defender)
C – Tier
  • Chaac (Duelist)
  • Lancer (Duelist)
  • Mack (Defender)
D – Tier
  • Dima (Breacher)
  • Phantom (Sniper)
  • Talon (Intel)
  • Gl1tch (Breacher)

Rogue Company Tier List: Role Explained

  • Breacher: Breachers’ specialty is all about slowing down enemies and securing objective locations.
  • Defender: These characters zoom in on securing objective locations and slowing enemy advances.
  • Duelist: As the name of this role suggests, rogues that fall under this category are great in winning combat engagements and forcing trades with the enemy team.
  • Intel: Intel means information of military or political value. So, it is to be expected that intel rogues can be of great help in gaining information about enemy positions, thereby turning engagements to your team’s favor. 
  • Sniper: As you may have already guessed, snipers are exemplary at dealing substantial damage in long-range combat. 
  • Support: In any game, you would need supports to provide you and your team with combat assistance.

Rogue Company Tier List: The Details

S – Tier

  • Scorch (Duelist)
    If you are looking for a duelist that can deal the highest damage, then Scorch will be the Rogue for you. Her Burnout ability gives her plenty of time to get up close and 100-0 an opponent and makes for a perfect strategy for eliminating players that peak lanes and dip away with their lives.
  • Dahlia (Support)
    Others wouldn’t approve of Dahlia being this high up our Rogue Company Tier List because of how much skill she requires. However, we can’t just overlook the fact that she has cool abilities. For instance, her passive “Buddy System” lets her link to an ally and enjoy their passive ability.
  • The Fixer (Sniper)
    The Fixer got his name by being the best hitman for hire by the wealthiest and most connected individuals. So, it’s to be expected that he is one hell of a rogue at dealing substantial damage in long-range combat. His Thermal Vision allows him to see enemy heat signatures through smoke, making up the perfect opportunity to attack hidden enemies. 
A – Tier

  • Seeker (Intel)
    Staying true to his name, Seeker has a knack for finding and revealing enemies with his Compound Bow and Arrows. He also deals an additional 60% damage increase when gadgets are bounced. Should you wish to play Seeker, make sure to stay on the back line so you can effectively provide assisting fire and better see enemy positions.
  • Ronin (Duelist)
    This lethal duelist can easily fit into most comps and be a great all-rounder, thanks to her versatile kit. Her “Ballistic Knife” can explode enemies and instantaneously notify your team of their presence.
  • Dallas (Intel)
    If you enjoy hunting for your enemies, you’d love Dallas. His Target Finder lets him provide information on an enemy’s whereabouts in the shortest time possible. What’s even better is that it automatically resets when Dallas successfully takes down an enemy. 
B – Tier

  • Anvil (Defender)
    As the heavy armored control Rogue, Anvil is all about deploying a humongous shield that others can take cover behind. It can also be used as a roadblock and a cover that will defuse an attempt.
  • Kestrel (Duelist)
    Don’t let yourself be fooled by Kestrel’s beauty because she is a pretty darn good duelist. With weapons like the Riptide and Knight, as well as drones that release a barrage of explosives, you will be able to easily turn any fight into your favor.
  • Saint (Support)
    As the only support during the first few months of the game, Saint didn’t disappoint with a recovery drone that lets him revive downed players. He also has one of the only guns in the entire game that can provide first-person ACOG, allowing for better control.
  • Sigrid (Breacher)
    As someone who has experience in being a first responder to terror attacks, Sigrid is exceptional at pushing through defenses and making an opening for her team. She is equipped with a shield that can block incoming damage and a passive ability that lets her move ever so quickly even when crouched — and it doesn’t even take any speed penalties. Pretty cool right?
  • Trench (Defender)
    Trench may hold the best non-scoped AR but many agree that he doesn’t really have much to offer. His passive, though promising, only lets him equip useless gadgets such as a trophy system or a tear gas. 
  • Vy (Defender)
    Although Vy’s ability to produce a cloud of poison that works in tandem with her passive is all well and cool, it’s also the same thing that made her rank so low on the list. That’s because her poison is a glaring green that causes no stun.
C – Tier

  • Chaac (Duelist)
    With a “Stim Pack” that can keep death at bay, Chaac is easily the most resilient one of all the Rogues. This ability can be used to give players additional tankiness during 1v1 or 2v2 situations.
  • Lancer (Duelist)
    Capable of rolling and reloading simultaneously, this duelist can push on and make the most out of the time opponents take to hide, reload, and escape combat. With the two smoke grenades, she can also turn into the most self-sufficient Rogue ever.
  • Mack (Defender)
    A leader through and through, Mack is one of the newest rogues to join the roster. He is the epitome of a flexible character with a number of defensive tools at his disposal combined with his abilities and perks that favor aggressive play. 
D – Tier

  • Dima (Breacher)
    To force enemies out of cover and into the open, you’ve got to have Dima. This Breacher carries cluster bombs that can be made even more destructive with a few more grenades, making Dima a walking tank.
  • Phantom (Sniper)
    Specifically made (yep, “made” because she is a genetic experiment) to kill enemies from a distance, Phantom is easily one of the best sniper rogues out there. Her active ability called Nano Smoke can help reveal the enemies in the area. On the other hand, her passive, Grievous Wounds, delays enemies’ health regeneration.
  • Talon (Intel)
    In games like Rogue Company, vision is incredibly important which is why we have Talon. His Radar Dart can be very invaluable to teams that wish to stay two steps ahead of their opponents.
  • Gl1tch (Breacher)
    Because his abilities are somewhat the B-Grade version of Dallas’ and Ronin’s, Glitch easily becomes one of the least popular Rogues among players.

Conclusion

Rogue Company may not be taking the world by storm like Valorant but with an exciting roster of playable characters that boasts impressive abilities — as shown in this tier list, it’s easy to see why it made a huge buzz upon its release. 

If our Rogue Company Tier List is enough to get you interested in this game, you can try Rogue Company, which is available on PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, and on PC, yourself by visiting their website.

 


About James Sterling

James Sterling received both his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Southern California (USC). His Bachelor of Science was completed in Computer Science (Games) and his Master of Science was completed in Game Development. James spends his free time contributing on popular forums such as Tom's Hardware and AnandTech while hanging out with his cat Jonathan. Humorously, his favorite youtube channel is Jimquisition by Jim Sterling.

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