Invincible: Guarding the Globe – How to Rank Up My Hero

What Are The Requirements to Rank Up My Hero?

To rank up your heroes you need to go Inside the Heroes section, there you’ll find a Rank Up tab where you can rank up your heroes.

To do that, you simply need to have enough duplicates of a same hero or from the same faction. Each time you rank up a hero, you increase their rarity and make them stronger.

Take into account that in order to be able to rank up a hero, such hero must not be currently fighting in GDA Ops.

The requirements to rank up a hero are the following:

  • From Rare to Rare +: 2 Rare duplicates.
  • From Rare + to Elite: 2 Rare + factions.
  • From Elite to Elite +: 1 Elite duplicate.
  • From Elite + to Exceptional: 2 Elite + factions.
  • From Exceptional to Exceptional +: 1 Exceptional duplicate.
  • From Exceptional + to Epic: 2 Elite + factions.
  • From Epic to Epic +: 1 Exceptional + duplicate.
  • From Epic to Epic + (Levels 2 to 5): 1 Elite + duplicate.
  • From Epic + (Level 5) to Legendary: 2 Exceptional + factions.
  • From Legendary to Legendary +: 1 Exceptional + duplicate.
  • From Legendary to Legendary + (Levels 2 to 5): 1 Elite + duplicate.
  • From Legendary + (Level 5) to Seismic: 2 Exceptional + factions.
  • From Seismic to Seismic +: 1 Exceptional + duplicate.
  • From Seismic + to Seismic + (Levels 2 to 5): 1 Elite + duplicate.
  • From Seismic + (Level 5) to Omnipotent: 2 Exceptional + factions.
  • From Omnipotent to Omnipotent +: 1 Exceptional + duplicate.
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