Maneater is a game that puts you into the role of a shark in a fairly large open-world. Players then need to complete quests, find collectibles, and eat everything in sight in order to earn experience and move up level by level. Working through the Maneater levels will see the protagonist evolve at key junctions, which is when new abilities and perks become available to unlock. In this guide, we’ll cover all of the maneater levels and at what point each evolution is.
Maneater Levels and Evolutions
|Level Requirement||Evolution Growth|
|Level 4||Pup to Teen|
|Level 10||Teen to Adult|
|Level 20||Adults to Elder|
|Level 30||Eder to Mega|
As you can see in the table above, there are five stages to the evolution of the protagonist shark in Maneater. The first is the Pup, which is what you’ll start the game as. You’ll move to the Teen evolution pretty quickly as you progress through the initial missions. However, becoming an Adult takes longer. By the time you reach Elder, you’ll be completing most of the side quests in an effort to evolve, and finally you’ll reach the Mega stage.
Each evolution has access to different perks and abilities. The shark will also grow with each level, but ever evolution also brings a huge growth spurt. The enemies that might have bothered you as a Pup won’t be frightening or strong by the time you’re an Adult. Once you’re a Mega, there’s very little that can actually bother you.
How to Evolve Faster in Maneater
To evolve faster, you need to be gaining experience faster. This is possible with the range of perks on offer in Maneater. As you earn enough nutrients to unlock a new one, keep an eye out for those that will help you earn experience faster.
By capitalizing on these early perks, you’ll push the amount of experience you earn throughout the rest of the game. This means that you can reach the Mega evolution far quicker than you wold without these early game perks. Of course, you can pick them up later, but getting them early will really make the most of them.
There are certain things that you can do in the game to earn experience even faster. For example, taking on larger enemies will award you more nutrients and experience. Completing quests will also earn you more experience, and picking up as many collectibles as possible will do the same.
Collectibles might be the easiest way to earn experience. These items can be hard to find, but they’re an incredibly low-risk way of leveling up your shark. If you’re struggling with a certain enemy or mission, it’s worth remembering that you can take a break and find as many collectibles as you want to help get you to the point where you can progress again.
That’s all there is to know about levels in Maneater. If there’s something that you think we missed, please let us know about it in the comments.