Our Hearthstone tier list contains a ranked review of the most competitive Hearthstone decks to play in the month of April 2020 (Season 73).
Hearthstone gives us the freedom to harness our creativity and put together ideas to outsmart our opponents and emerge victorious. Some of these ideas end with more success than others, though. With this in mind, it's super useful to have a handy tool which'll help you work out which deck is most likely to shoot you up the ladder, or at least go toe to toe with strong players. This is where our Deck Tier List comes into play, as it breaks down the highest win rate decks in the metagame and guides you through how to play each of them.
For the beginning of Ashes of Outland, we're hoping to see a nice, diverse metagame with a load of decks available to play. Of course, Demon Hunter is the exciting new addition, but other classes are getting some really tasty tools too. The meta should settle soon, but here's how it's looking at the moment.
It’s important to remember: the highest win-rate deck won’t always be the one you see the most success with. We’ve had far more success recently with Albatross Priest than with Highlander Hunter simply because it’s a deck we find more satisfying to play, whereas some might really prefer going for Bomb Warrior. All in all, we recommend you use this Deck Tier List as a guide hub for the decks, but not as gospel on which deck you should always play. It’s about having fun at the end of the day, and when you’re enjoying yourself, you’ll win more. We've also got a handy page for the Best Ashes of Outland Budget Decks, so if you're unsure as to whether to go all in on an archetype, give it a look.
We’ll be keeping this Deck Tier List updated at all times too, so keep an eye over here when meta shifts and updates come about. Given the developers’ recent penchant for making sudden huge changes to the game at the drop of a hat, we’re likely in for a dynamic expansion season in Ashes of Outland.
Our Best Budget Ashes of Outland Decks page is well worth glancing at if you're a casual player who still wants to get stuck into the competitive side of things. What's more, our overview of the new Demon Hunter class page should help you work out whether or not Illidan is for you.
The top Hearthstone decks - April 2020
Here's our selection of the top Hearthstone decks you can climb the Season 73 ladder with.
Here’s our current Ashes of Outland tier list. Expect further changes as the Ashes of Outland meta shakes out over the next week or so - do keep this page bookmarked for an updated tier list, and a definitive ranking of all the best Ashes of Outland decks!
For the moment, we've not ranked the Demon Hunter decks in the full meta, but we've put them in order of which we think is best below:
- 1: Midrange Demon Hunter - Midrange Demon Hunter (Ashes of Outland)
- 2: Highlander Demon Hunter - Highlander Demon Hunter (Ashes of Outland)
- 3: Aggro Demon Hunter - Aggro Demon Hunter (Ashes of Outland)
- 4: Token Demon Hunter - Token Demon Hunter (Ashes of Outland)
- 5: Big Demon Hunter - Big Demon Hunter (Ashes of Outland)
Keep an eye out for where these all fall in our tier list as the meta develops!
Let us know how you're doing with your decks! Remember, Hearthstone is all about harnessing your own creativity when it comes to deck building, so take these as templates and make the changes you think will help.