Saturday, January 28, 2012

Halo Reach Daily Challenges Guide - 1/28/12

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The Challenges:
Shootin' and Lootin' - Kill 100 enemies in any game mode in Reach. - 2000cR
Since you will be playing at least twelve games today for the "Who's a Big Winner" challenge, you should have no trouble reaching a hundred kills. You need to average at least nine kills a game though you will likely be playing more than twelve games so it is not a big issue. If you are having trouble getting kills, play Grifball where you can rack up about thirty to fifty kills in a single game.

Throwing Fireballs - Kill 7 enemies with grenades in a multiplayer Matchmaking game. - 1400cR
Multi Team should almost always be your go to playlist for getting grenade kills. In Multi Team, players tend to get really close together and attempt to melee each other. This is a really good time to get grenade kills as long as you time it right. Getting seven kills in a single game can be tough however. Try for objective games if you can as those tend to last longer and you get more kills. Team Objective is also a good place for grenade kills. I would also recommend sticking players with Plasma grenades a lot.

Up Close and Personal - Kill 8 enemies with close quarters combat in a multiplayer Matchmaking game. - 1600cR
Close quarters combat kills are typically any kills with the Energy Sword, Gravity Hammer, melee, assassination, or the Shotgun. Grifball is really your best option for this as every kills in that mode is a close quarters kills. However, Multi Team, which I am encouraging you to play for the "Throwing Fireballs" challenge, is also really good for close quarters combat kills. Though, do not go for the close quarters kills in the same game you are going for the grenade kills. If you do, you will likely get neither challenge completed.

Who's the Big Winner? - Win 12 games in multiplayer Matchmaking. - 10000cR
This will be the most difficult and aggravating challenge for today. This challenge is also quite odd since earlier this week the same challenge was for fifteen wins but only offered three-thousand credits. As I said for that challenge, this is pretty much dependent on your personal skill and what gametypes you enjoy. Try to play with friends that you are normally successful with and who you can rely on to actually try in win instead of just playing around. Take breaks throughout if you are frustrated or the wins are not coming.

See the Weekly Challenge here.

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