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Borderlands 3 Neon Arterial Crew Challenges Guide

Borderlands 3 Neon Arterial Crew Challenges Guide
Next up for Crew Challenges is the small area, Neon Arterial. This Borderlands 3 Neon Arterial Crew Challenges Guide runs you through the brief list of challenges in this next area as we walk you through collecting Dead Claptraps, Typhon Logs and the Dead Drop.

Much like the Atlas HQ, Neon Arterial is a much smaller area than previous areas in Borderlands 3. Whereas most areas feature 5 or 6 Crew Challenges, Neon Arterial only features a small number of Crew Challenges, just 3 to be exact.

Borderlands 3 Neon Arterial Crew Challenges Guide

Neon Arterial Dead Claptrap
Neon Arterial Typhon Logs

That completes all of the Neon Arterial Crew Challenges. Make sure to check out our full Borderlands 3 Challenges Guides for other areas in the game.

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