Exploring the depths of the sea has never been as exciting, and violent, as it is in Maneater. If you’ve been destroying everything in your path and leveling up as you seek revenge on those evil fishermen, then you might be wondering about the Maneater max level. Just how high can you go? Let’s take a look.

What Is the Maneater Max Level?

Causing an abundance of destruction has never been quite as easy as it is in Maneater. Essentially, everything you see in front of you is fair game to be destroyed, and we mean everything. As you explore different regions, visit landmarks, collect license plates, and uncover nutrient caches, you’ll slowly begin to level up. 

The max level in Maneater is Level 30, which will evolve you into a large, mega-shark. In case you weren’t aware, as you level up in the game, you’ll increase in size until you eventually become the largest, and most powerful, shark in the game. I mean, if you’re planning to destroy everything in your path, you’re going to need to be pretty big. 

Additionally, as you increase your level and make your way through the game, you’ll be able to upgrade to different shark sets which will offer a variety of advantages to players. So if you’re just starting out, don’t worry, it’ll get easier...you won’t be a baby shark for long. 

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Now this doesn’t mean that when you reach the max level the game will become a breeze, but it will be significantly easier to destroy stronger items and enemies standing in your way! So, you’ll want to reach the Maneater max level sooner rather than later. Luckily, there are a coupe of easy ways to quickly increase your level, which we’ve listed below:

  1. Fight strong creatures

  2. Complete missions

  3. Find collectibles

The easiest ways to increase your level and gain XP early on will be to fight other creatures. Obviously, you won’t want to take on enemies that are a lot stronger than you, but if you fight creatures around the same level as you, you’ll earn a good amount of experience for defeating them. As you begin to level up, you can continue to fight stronger enemies to get XP, but you can also quickly take out the lower level enemies for a nice XP boost. 

Further, as you continue to make your way through the main story and complete missions, you’ll naturally earn XP along the way. There are a total of seven main story missions, or episodes, that players will be able to complete for a nice chunk of XP. 

Lastly, you can top off your XP bar by finding different collectibles in the game. There are a handful hidden in each region, so you’ll want to look for those while you’re swimming around. Individually, these won’t give you a lot of XP, but as with most games, there are tons of collectible items to be found that will result in a lot of XP over time. 

If you need to take a break from the grind towards the Maneater max level, you may want to check out our homepage for guides on more relaxed games. You’ll find a few recent guides in the list below.

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