Saturday, April 28, 2012

Halo Reach Daily Challenges Guide - 4/28/12

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The Challenges:
Light Fare - Kill 100 enemies in any game mode in Reach. - 3000cR 
So none of the challenges today are that hard or even time consuming, sparing the "Who's the Big Winner?" challenge. Due to the, at least, twelve games you will need to play for the "Who's the Big Winner?" challenge, you should have no problem reaching a hundred kills as you should be hitting about ten two fifteen kills per game. If you are having trouble hitting that number, play some games in Grifball as you will typically get about twenty to thirty kills in that gametype.

A Great Friend - Earn 15 assists in multiplayer Matchmaking. - 1125cR
You will be rewarded an assists anytime you do about forty percent damage to an enemy that someone else kills. Over the course of the, at least, twelve games you will be playing for the "Who's the Big Winner?" challenge, you should have no trouble picking up assists. If you are having trouble, then you might want to try a gametype like Multi Team. Basically, Multi Team is four teams of three where everyone is stealing kills from everyone else. It can be aggravating for getting kills, but just a great place to go and get assists. Stick to small map and wide open spaces. Remember to try not to kill your opponent, just damage him/her so someone else can get the kill.

Double Double - Earn 2 Double Kills in the same match in Multiplayer Matchmaking. - 2000cR
A Double Kill in multiplayer Matchmaking is when you score two kills within four seconds of each other. Scoring another kill with four seconds of the last kill will make a Triple Kill and so on and so forth. Now, we just want to do Double Kills so that means after you score the first one, wait more than for seconds for the next kill. Honestly, this should be happening naturally for you every so often and certainly more than once every twelve games. If you are having trouble, go to Grifball. Multi Kills there are more common than people actually trying to score the ball. If you hit up Multi Team for the "A Great Friend" challenge, that is also a good place to get some Double Kills.

Who's the Big Winner? - Win 12 games in multiplayer Matchmaking. - 10000cR
This challenge is really the focal point of the day, isn't it? Twelve wins in a single day. Now, I am actually much more OK with this today as it is a weekend and there is a decent number of credits involved. Really, this mostly comes down to personal preference and skill. Certain people will excel at certain gametypes that other people will not. Now, here are some guidelines to help you along, however. Firstly, stick to gametypes with only two teams. More teams means less chances of your team being number one. Secondly, play with your friends and people you know as you will likely play better with them. Thirdly, stick to gametypes you know. When going for wins, exploring new and potentially irritating gametypes is a bad idea. Finally, take breaks. Doing this all in one sitting probably is not healthy.

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