Seeing Stars Trophy in Marvel's Avengers

Seeing Stars achievement in Marvel’s Avengers is a trophy that you can get for earning a five star rating on an objective without any team member taking damage. It’s a fairly difficult feat to pull off. However, there are some steps you can take to make things a little more manageable. In our Seeing Stars Trophy in Marvel’s Avengers guide, we’re going to show you what you can do to make getting the achievement easier.

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Seeing Stars Trophy in Marvel’s Avengers

How to Get Marvel’s Avengers Seeing Stars Trophy – Earn Five Star Rating on Objective Without Team Member Taking Damage

To get the Seeing Stars trophy / achievement in Marvel’s Avengers, you have to earn a five star rating on an objective without any of your team members taking damage. Now, executing this is easier said than done, especially if you’re playing with AI. They tend to go into the line of fire pretty often. So, for one, you might have to squad up to get this trophy, but not necessarily.

Now, the question here is which mission is the easiest to get the Seeing Stars achievement on. Well, first thing’s first, you should know that you can get the trophy in the endgame, doesn’t have to be in the campaign. So, as far as we can tell, one of the best missions to attempt this trophy on is Stark Realities in the Avengers Initiative. It’s on the Pacific Northwest.

At the start of the mission, beat up the first gaggle of enemies (do not take damage, obviously), then head straight while hugging the left wall of the level. Eventually, you’ll get a little radar in the bottom left. Follow it to unlock a secret vault. Go into the vault, loot it, and go back onto the Quinjet. This should get you the Seeing Stars trophy / achievement.

Before we wrap up, I’d be remiss not to mention the fact that some people have gotten this achievement even if they took damage during the mission; specifically, on the tundra quest in the main campaign. Obviously, this is some kind of bug that you shouldn’t really bank on. They’re probably patch it out. But, hey, it can happen!

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