The latest Avenger’s game is finally here, and it takes a different approach to its gameplay loop than other recent video game adaptations of the franchise. While it does feature a solid single-player campaign, its main focus revolves around a live service loot experience similar to Destiny 2 or The Division. Of course, there’s a battle pass! Here’s how to get Challenge Points in the Avenger’s Game, what they are, and why you would want them.
How to Get Challenge Points in Marvel’s Avengers
So let’s get right to it. You get Challenge Points from completing your daily and weekly challenges. These can be checked from the Hero Card menu, which can be viewed by pressing the touchpad on the PS4 or View button if you’re on Xbox One and then using R1/RB to tab on over to that tab.
The daily and weekly challenges can be found in the bottom left corner of this screen, beneath the progression track. Here’s what you get from completing them:
- Daily Challenge: 3 Challenge Points
- Weekly Challenge: 11 Challenge Points
So why exactly do you need Challenge Points? Well, they are used for progressing through your Super Hero’s challenge cards where you can unlock bonuses and cosmetics.
Alternatively, because it’s 2020 and this sort of thing is becoming standard practice, you can also purchase credits to unlock the challenge cards without having to get the challenge points if you’d rather just spend real-life cash to get everything you want.
That should give you everything you need to know about how to get challenge points in Marvel’s Avengers. In addition, more useful tips, FAQs answered and information on the game can be found in Twinfinite’s extensive guide wiki.
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