What's the max level cap in Pokemon Masters?

Find out what the max level cap is depending on your Sync Pair star rating in Pokemon Masters.

If you recently started playing Pokemon Masters, you may be wondering what the max level cap is. While most games have a single, “universal” level cap threshold, Pokemon Masters actually has several depending on your Sync Pair and Sync Pair rating. The higher your Sync Pair star rating, the higher your max level cap potential will be.

What’s more, level caps aren’t locked, as you also have the ability to “break” and reach different level cap tiers. Confused? We’ve got you covered. Below, we’ve put together a quick guide explaining what the max level caps are in Pokemon Masters!

What’s the max level cap in Pokemon Masters?

What's the max level cap in Pokemon Masters?
The max level cap in Pokemon Masters varied based on the star rating of your Sync Pair and how many times you've broken past the threshold.
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As stated above, the max level cap in Pokemon Masters varies depending on your Sync Pair and the star rating of that Sync Pair. The higher the Sync Pair star rating, the higher your max level cap will be. In addition, the level cap isn’t set in that you can break through and unlock different level cap tiers as you play and earn experience.

To simplify this concept, we’ve listed the max level caps based on Sync Pair star rating, and their tier increases in Pokemon Masters down below.

  • 3-Star Sync Pair: 30, 45, 60, 75, 90
  • 4-Star Sync Pair: 35, 50, 65, 80, 95
  • 5-Star Sync Pair: 40, 55, 70, 85, 100

Based on these numbers, the absolute highest level cap in Pokemon Masters is level 100 which can be reached via a 5-Star Sync Pair. The higher the star rating of your sync pair, the better their level cap potential will be. Now that you know what the max level cap is in Pokemon Masters, what are your thoughts?

Did you expect a level 100 max cap in Pokemon Masters, or are you still attempting to break through some of these level thresholds based on your Sync Pair? Let us know down in the comments below!

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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