A new BitLife challenge has arrived just in time for the weekend. This time around, players will be asked to go above and beyond the line of duty to provide justice and fight crime. Batman fans will be having a fun time with this one.
Here are all of the requirements for the Dark Knight Challenge.
- Be a Male
- Live in New York
- Become a CEO
- Own a haunted Victorian Home
- Own a Lamborghini and a helicopter
- Achieve multiple black belts
The first two tasks are fairly straightforward. All you have to do is create a new life, have them be male, and then choose to start their life in New York. Picking New York from the start is likely the best choice.
From there, becoming a CEO is slightly more of a challenge. What you’ll need to do is work your way up through the corporate ladder, but before you can do that, you need to start by going to college and studying business. Your education won’t stop there, though. You’ll next need to go to Graduate School for business. From there, after you leave, apply for the jobs under occupation and look for one that says “corporate.” You’ll need to work your way up from there, working hard as often as possible, and steadily climb the ladder until you become the Vice President, Executive Vice President, Managing Director, and lastly, the company’s CEO.
Along the way, you’ll want to purchase a haunted Victorian home to add to your assets. You should be able to do this from the asset screen. Make sure the Victorian home you pick out clearly says “haunted” next to it.
After that, you’ll need to purchase a Lamborghini and a Helicopter. Both of these should be under the same asset tree, so you can buy these once you have enough money.
In the background, make sure you’re studying martial arts. You can do this by going to the Mind & Body tree and clicking the Martial Arts section. Feel free to pick any from the available options, and constantly work hard to master them. You can do this as a child or as an adult.
Once you’ve completed all of these challenges, the Dark Knight challenge is over, and you’ll become the hero your city needed but did not deserve.