Midnight Suns Child of Darkness Challenge

The Midnight Suns Child of Darkness Hunter legendary challenge is kinda tricky, which is why we’ll show you how to complete it in this guide. Realistically, it’s not too bad once you know what to do. You just need to carefully position enemies and eliminate them in a specific order. So, here’s how it all works.

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Midnight Suns Child of Darkness Challenge

How to Complete Child of Darkness Challenge in Marvel’s Midnight Suns

To complete the Child of Darkness Hunter legendary challenge in Marvel’s Midnight Suns is to use a Charge card on the closest enemy on your left. You want to knock it away to the right. Then, use another Charge card to knock the enemy furthers from you on the left into the terrain behind it. This will kill the Whisper and grant you another Charge card. Use that card on the enemy in the middle. You want to knock that Whisper to the left, between the debris. Basically, you need to have it as close as possible to the crystal without it dying. Next, Charge into the enemy currently furthest away from you. Slam it into the wall behind to kill the Whisper and obtain the Whip card.

In order to successfully complete the Midnight Suns Child of Darkness challenge, turn towards the last enemy and use your last Charge card. You want to move the Whisper backwards in a straight line. That way, you can finish it off with the Whip. That card lets you basically throw the enemy straight into the crystal and thereby finish the challenge. And that’s all there is to it. The only real problem here is figuring out the correct order of taking enemies out and positioning them according to your needs. There might be other solutions to this challenge, but this one definitely works. If you have another strategy, feel free to share it in the comments below.

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