When you first open Marvel’s Avengers, you’re told to step right into the campaign as Kamala Khan to team up with Bruce Banner to reunite the Avengers and defeat A.I.M.
Don’t do that.
There are three crucial reasons why it’ll benefit you, in the long run, to spend at least a little bit of time in the multiplayer mode first.
3. Unlock Challenge Cards
Challenge Cards are the battle passes of Marvel’s Avengers. Using Challenge Cards, you can complete specific challenges for each character like “Defeat X enemy 33 times using Y ability.” Each completed challenge will progress your card a little, gradually unlocking new cosmetics, takedowns, credits, and more for that specific character.
There are daily and weekly challenges that update every day and week, and because you can complete these challenges passively as you’re making your way through the campaign, there’s really no reason not to at least boot up multiplayer first.