What is the max level cap in Jump Force?

Find out the max level your fighters can reach in Jump Force.

In Jump Force, players have the ability to level up their fighters. As their levels increase, so too does their strength and viability in battle. For those seeking a target level to shoot for, it’s important to know what the max level cap is. Additionally, other players have been wondering whether it’s possible to increase a fighter’s level beyond the max level cap.

To help clear things up, we’ve put together a guide explaining the max level cap in Jump Force.

What is the Max Level Cap in Jump Force?

The first max level cap in Jump Force is Level 20, though you can level your characters past this cap by unlocking and completing Limit Breakers.
The first max level cap in Jump Force is Level 20, though you can level your characters past this cap by unlocking and completing Limit Breakers.
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As you work your way through the campaign, or engage in other activities like Missions, you’ll be able to level up your fighters in Jump Force. By leveling your fighters, you’ll strengthen them and earn Support Skill Points which can be used to unlock new abilities. Naturally, players have been wondering what the max level cap is in Jump Force.

As of right now, the “max level cap” in Jump Force is Level 20, though it’s important to note that it is possible to level up a fighter past this cap. To do this, you’ll need to complete Chapter 3: The Mysterious Woman in the game’s campaign in order to unlock special “Limit Breakers” in the Extra Missions tab of the Mission desk.

By completing these Limit Breakers, you’ll be able to level up your fighter beyond the initial Level 20 cap. It can take a fair amount of time to level a character up to Level 20 and beyond, but it’s worthwhile if you’re looking to rack up as many Support Skill Points as you can.

Now that you know what the max level cap is in Jump Force, be sure to check out some of our other guides including how long Story Mode is in Jump Force, how to use vehicles in Jump Force, and how to customize the emoticon wheel in Jump Force.

Morgan is a writer, indie game lover, and socially awkward coffee addict. Need something? Morgan can be reached at morgan.shaver@allgamers.com or if you like, you can say hello using GIFs on Twitter.

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