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Borderlands 3 Meridian Metroplex Crew Challenges Guide

Borderlands 3 Meridian Metroplex Crew Challenges Guide
The Meridian Metroplex in Borderlands 3 has more Challenges to complete. This Borderlands 3 Meridian Metroplex Crew Challenges Guide walks you through where to find and how to complete each of the different Crew Challenges in this level of Borderlands 3.

Unlike the previous level, Meridian Outskirts, Meridian Metroplex has 6 Crew Challenges. To this point, all of the other levels you’ve explored have only feature 5 Crew Challenges. Below is the location of each of the different Crew Challenges including details on how to complete them, where necessary.

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Borderlands 3 Meridian Metroplex Crew Challenges Guide

Meridian Metroplex Hijack Target
Meridian Metroplex Typhon Dead Drop
Meridian Metroplex Typhon Logs

That’s all the Crew Challenges on the Meridian Metroplex level for Borderlands 3. Check out the next area with our Lectra City Crew Challenges guide.

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