Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Halo Reach Daily Challenges Guide - 2/22/12

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The Challenges:

Shootin' and Lootin' - Kill 100 enemies in any game mode in Reach. - 2000cR
A hundred enemies will be no trouble at all today as you will be playing at least one game of Firefight and then at least twelve game of multiplayer Matchmaking. The Firefight game alone will put you over a hundred kills with the multiplayer games just icing the cake metaphorical cake. No need to even worry about this, so just focus on everything else.

Katanarama - Kill 1 enemies using the Energy Sword in Firefight Matchmaking. - 1000cR

The only place you can get an Energy Sword in Firefight Matchmaking is from Elites in the final wave of a round. As well, you can find these Elites in either 2X Score Attack or regular Score Attack. The Elites in 2X Score Attack are not guaranteed to have swords. If they do, make sure you have some remaining targets to kill once you get the sword. One of the Elites in regular Score Attack always has a sword, but they are quite difficult to kill as they are basically Zealots on Heroic and you will face about five or six of them at once. Good luck.

Linked Up with - Link your gamertag with and play a game in Halo: Reach Matchmaking. - 3000cR
Again, this challenge falls into the category of why is 343i promoting Bungie Studios in game. I do not have a problem with it, but it is just kind of weird. Either way, go to if you do not have an account and just register and make sure you connect it to your gamertag. After that, just play a game. At the end of the game the challenge will stick and you will be rewarded with credits. If you already are linked up, just play a game and you are set.

Who's the Big Winner? - Win 12 games in multiplayer Matchmaking. - 10000cR
All of the challenges today are quite easy, except for this one. On the bright side, you should be aiming for about eleven wins a day while working on the Weekly Challenge, so this will help you out in that regard. The same ideas and tips apply for this challenge as the Weekly: First off, play with your friends, as you will be more comfortable with them and will communicate better. Secondly, don't not play in gametypes with more than two teams, which includes free-for-all. The more teams, the lower are your chances of winning. Secondly, stick to gametypes with no more than five players per team. The more players, the more insignificant you may be in the game, and therefore less in control of gaining a win.

See the Weekly Challenge here.

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