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When a player gets a duplicate of a champion he unlocks the signature ability. Each duplicate will increase the level of that ability. I have a Punisher with signature ability level 8.

How many duplicates of a champion can one get? What is the maximum signature ability level on Marvel Contest of the Champions?

I am not concerned by hacks and stuff... My question concerns the official game.

  • I don't know the actual limit, but it is at least 99. – Ken Herbert Aug 27 '15 at 13:39
  • @winterblood Thx for your comment. Do you know that because you have a champion with a signature ability level 99? Or because you read somewhere? If you don't mind my asking :) – ChaoticGabibo Aug 27 '15 at 14:45
  • Level 99 Iron Man (not mine) as seen in this Youtube video – Ken Herbert Aug 28 '15 at 0:29
  • @winterblood Yeah, I've watched this video before. I've also seen this post on gamefaqs where someone states that current max level is 99, but without any evidence to support it... thx man! – ChaoticGabibo Aug 28 '15 at 0:37
  • @winterblood Yes, you were right, it is currently level 99, you can answer the question so we can close it. – ChaoticGabibo Sep 27 '15 at 2:06
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The maximum level for a Signature Ability is currently 99.

  • Tier 1 champions have no signature ability.
  • Getting a Tier 2 duplicate will upgrade a Signature Ability by 1 level. Exceptions: dupping Unstoppable Colossus and Punisher will increase their signature ability by 2 levels. I guess it is because they can only be obtained by alliance crystal and versus crystal respectively.
  • Getting a Tier 3 duplicate will upgrade a Signature Ability by 8 levels.
  • Getting a Tier 4 duplicate will upgrade a Signature Ability by 20 levels.
  • Getting a Tier 5 duplicate will upgrade a Signature Ability by TODO levels.

It can be seen on this video, this reddit post and this Wikia page.

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