Friday, January 27, 2012

Halo Reach Daily Challenges Guide - 1/27/12

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The Challenges:
Blastin' and Relaxin' - Kill 180 enemies in any game mode in Reach. - 2343cR
A hundred and eighty kills is more than you will hit today doing the other challenges. What you will need is a good game or two of Firefight Matchmaking to bring in those missing kills. You can also work on the Weekly Challenge if you are still needing kills, or you can just play some games in Grifball to get some very easy kills. It is all up to you at this point.

T-Hug It Out - Kill 7 enemies with close quarters combat in a multiplayer Matchmaking game. - 1400cR
This one can be done in multiple playlists. Close quarters combat kills are kills with an Energy Sword, Gravity Hammer, Shotgun or melee kills. If you do not get it while working on the "Make a Wish..." challenge, you will be best off playing a game of Grifball for the close quarters kills. In Grifball, you can score about thirty to forty kills a game and all of them can likely be close quarters kill. Since that is definitely a larger number than seven, you should have no problem with this challenge. This will also be great for the "Fourth Horseman" challenge.

Fourth Horseman - Earn 5 multikills in a multiplayer Matchmaking game. - 2500cR
Since I am encouraging you to play Grifball for the "T-Hug It Out" challenge, I am also encouraging you to go for the five multikills required for this challenge as they will come quite easily. A multikill, in multiplayer matchmaking, is a multiple number of kills, up to ten, each within four seconds of each other. Typically, I get about fifteen or twenty multikills in Grifball and that is about average. You should be able to hit the same and get this challenge done in a single game.

Make a Wish... - Earn a Running Riot in a multiplayer Matchmaking game. - 5000cR
Completion of this challenge requires you to score fifteen kills in a row without dying in multiplayer Matchmaking. This is, ultimately, very challenging and expect it to take you a couple games. In terms of gametypes, Living Dead is likely your best option as long as you are a survivor and you use a decent and legitimate camping spot. Remember to switch between the Magnum and Shotgun when necessary and to conserve ammunition for the long haul.

See the Weekly Challenge here.

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