Since Marvel Snap’s introduction in October of last year, many of you have amassed a sizable collection. But none of you have a greater CL than a player by the name of Aaron, who is the first to reach the roof.
A snippet of Aaron’s CL screen’s upper portion, highlighted by Marvel Snap Decks (thanks, IGN), is seen below. Aaron has reached level 22,366, earned all of the CL track’s rewards, and is at a standstill. The committed gamer sought out an explanation on Marvel Snap’s Discord, and they were successful.
Aaron’s effort was recognized as a world-first by Marvel Snap developer Stephen Jarrett, however, there are some limitations to what they can do at this time. The bad news is that Aaron has effectively reached their maximum collection level. The good news is that a future update will lengthen the track. For the time being, Aaron cannot earn anything extra.
What happens when you finish the Collection Level? In what is being called a "World's First" by the devs, a snap player with the in-game name of Aaron has hit the end of the road and, until it is increased, can no longer open caches. Attached is a video of the achievement. pic.twitter.com/XBB9lGoCLO
— Marvel Snap Decks (@SnapDecks) January 26, 2023
In terms of how long it took the player to reach CL 22,366, they haven’t played since October 18, 2022, which is similar to the majority of Marvel Snap players.
Aaron was one among the fortunate few who had the opportunity to participate in Snap’s beta, registering CL well in advance of the majority of us putting in playtime in what, predictably, earned Mobile Game of the Year at The Game Awards. They have also invested $400 to $500 every month in the free-to-play game, which is a significant financial outlay.
The good news for Aaron is that Snap is expected to receive an update later this week, which will allow him to unlock more rewards via its collection track. If the new mode is released, a patch will give the capability for gamers to compete against friends.
Aaron is hoping that it would also include some additional collecting levels, so they have more to unlock. Its makers will undoubtedly want to keep someone occupied who is spending that much time on it.