So, you’ve navigated the Eclipse Galaxy and there’s one planet ahead of you. But, what’s this? There’s no Kingdom Hearts 3 Keyblade Graveyard recommended level to speak of. The “???” combat level is ominous and just a tad bit concerning once you know what awaits you on the other side. But it’s not all bad news: Here’s what level you should be at the Keyblade Graveyard, as well as later on at the KH3 Point of No Return and final boss. Some spoilers follow…
What is the Kingdom Hearts 3 Keyblade Graveyard recommended level?
There isn’t an exact number I can tell you that you will/won’t struggle with but, with San Fransokyo offering up a recommended level of 38, and the player invariably heading up a few combat levels through the course of the Big Hero 6 world story, you’re looking at minimum combat level of 40. This is in relation to the mysterious Eclipse world covered with question marks which, yes, turns out to be the Keyblade Graveyard.
Where is the KH3 Point of No Return? (Recommended level)
Without going in to too mich detail, there are sprinklings of save points throughout the Keyblade Graveyard, ensuring that you’re never really too far behind the pace. That being said, there is a Point of No Return in Kingdom Hearts 3 that you can use as a period to grind a little more if you were struggling in the previous section(s).
This comes just after you reach the pristine world of Scala ad Caelum. Once there, you can turn back to the Keyblade Graveyard or use the save point at the beginning of the area to visit another Disney World but, if you go too far forward, you’re on a one-way trip to the end of the game.
At this point, you should be around combat level 42 before heading off to face the final boss, though anywhere around 41-45 is definitely workable. Anything north of that, though, and the final boss may become too much of a cakewalk.