How to Get Black Panther in Marvel’s Avengers

The question of how to get Black Panther in Marvel’s Avengers has been posed many times now that the War for Wakanda expansion has come out. Makes sense to me; this is the first major content drop in a game that’s relatively barren. Of course people are going to want to play as a new character as soon as possible. That’s why we’ll be showing you how to unlock Black Panther in Marvel’s Avengers in this guide.

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How to Get Black Panther in Marvel’s Avengers

How to Get Marvel’s Avengers Black Panther

To get Black Panther in Marvel’s Avengers, you need to start the War for Wakanda mission chain. After you complete the first mission, you’ll get T’Challa as a playable character. The mission is relatively short, and it is single-player only. Makes sense, because it’s entire point is to give you a taste of the new hero. Once you complete the first mission, you’ll be able to play as Black Panther through the rest of the Wakanda quest chain, as well as on unrelated missions. Of course, you can also play through the rest of War for Wakanda with any other hero you want.

That’s basically all there is to it. I’d imagine most of you that are still playing Marvel’s Avengers are going to play the new expansion anyway, so it’s pretty much guaranteed that most of you are going to unlock T’Challa. After all, Wakanda is a whole new area to explore, including a whole new biome, a new outpost, two new villains to fight, and, of course, the story missions through which you get Black Panther in Marvel’s Avengers.

The reason I mentioned that you can play through all of War for Wakanda with any character (aside from the first one) is that Black Panther is not going to be everyone’s cup of tea. After the first quest, if you didn’t like playing as T’Challa, you can switch back to Iron Man or Thor or whoever else you prefer to play as. Good luck!

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