Captain America's Challenge Cards - Marvel's Avengers

Hero challenge cards are additional challenges for each character in Marvel’s Avengers. There’s forty of them on each hero’s card, and you can complete them by earning experience. Each tier you complete will unlock new rewards, including cosmetic items and resources. If you’re wondering what these rewards are exactly, our Marvel’s Avengers Captain America’s challenge card will show you all of them, as well as the tiers they’re unlocked at.

Hero challenge cards – Captain America

There are forty tiers in each challenge card. As with all the other launch heroes, all of Captain America’s challenge card rewards are available to all. For the heroes that will be added after the game’s release, there will be two tracks on each challenge card – free and premium. The free one will be available to everyone, while the premium track will require a purchase of 1000 credits, which is about $10.

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Luckily, you can earn a little more than that in in-game currency by completing a single character’s hero challenge card. So if you manage to max out all six of the launch heroes, you’ll have enough avengerbucks to buy eight more. Each of them will, in turn, allow you to buy another 1.25 premium challenge card tracks. These challenges won’t have an expiration date, so there’s no hurry to advance as soon as possible. Theoretically, you won’t have to spend a single dime after buying the game itself, but that’s only if you methodically complete each and every one. If you don’t have time to play, but have disposabe income burning a hole in your pocket, you’ll be able to buy faster progression through the tiers.

The rewards from the hero challenge card include outfits, takedowns, emotes, hero and team nameplates, credits, units, upgrade module bundles, exotic resources like uru and polychoron, rare resources like nanotubes, nanites, plasma and catalyst, and regular resources like fragments.

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