Hearthstone Meta Report – February 5, 2022

Introduction

Welcome to On the Horizen, your one-stop-shop for everything to know about the current standard meta provided by members of the Hype Horizen team themselves! Every Friday you can expect a detailed report on the meta as a whole and some tips for how to maneuver through it. This will also be a hot spot for other articles written by team members. PLEASE NOTE: All information is based on personal experience + personal statistics gathered through many hours of high-level gameplay.

Meta Overview

A week and a half after the balance changes, the meta is still developing quickly. New decks are still being discovered, while other older archetypes have come back to prominence and look like real contenders again.

Best Decks

There is a real argument that the “best decks” are indistinguishable from others closely behind them. Nothing looks dominant right now, particularly compared to the power of Rogue before the patch. Shaman, Warlock, and Druid all have several archetypes that are performing well, but opinions regarding which are the best may vary.

Tier 1: February 5 Hearthstone Meta





Tier 2: February 5 Hearthstone Meta










Tier 3: February 5 Hearthstone Meta









Tier 4: February 5 Hearthstone Meta






Conclusion

There is plenty of room for experimentation and refinement left in this meta. With the mini-set release date still unknown, it could be several weeks until we see new cards shake things up. For the time being, the decks towards the top of our tier list are great choices for climbing ladder.

-McBanterFace


McBanterFace

I'm McBanterFace and I have been playing Hearthstone competitively for several years. I have hit legend every month for the last few years, hit rank 1 legend on multiple occasions, and finished rank 4 legend in the November 2020 season. I most recently competed at Masters Tour Madrid, where i finished with a 6-3 record.

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