Advanced package technology often includes multi-chips in one package to accommodate the technology demand on size & functionality. Die tilting leads to poor device performance for all kinds of multi-chip packages such as chip by chip (CbC), chip on chip (CoC), and the package with both CbC and CoC. Traditional die tilting measured by optical microscopy and scanning electron microscopy has capability issue due to wave or electron beam blocking at area of interest by electronic components nearby. In this paper, the feasibility of using profilemeter to investigate die tilting in single and multi-chips is demonstrated. Our results validate that the profilemeter is the most profound metrology for die tilting analysis especially on multi-chip packages, and can achieve an accuracy of <2μm comparable to SEM.