Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Halo Reach Daily Challenges Guide - 4/4/12

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The Challenges:
Fire When Ready - Kill 30 enemies in multiplayer Matchmaking. - 1100cR
This challenge will, hopefully, be easily accomplished today as you will be playing a bunch of games for the "Home Field Advantage" challenge and for the Weekly Challenge. On average, you should be hitting ten to fifteen kills a game so this challenge should only take two to three games to complete. You will be playing at least four games for the "Home Field Advantage" so do not worry about this challenge too much.

Survivor - Earn 9 Sprees in a Firefight Matchmaking game. - 2000cR

Score Attack is likely the best option for this challenge but you need to be careful of the gametype that you choose. Aim for the Sniper Attack gametype as this will also allow you to get Sniper Sprees along with your Killing Sprees. In Firefight Matchmaking, you get a Killing Spree every ten kills up to fifty kills. After that you get a spree at a hundred kills and that is the most you can obtain. After that you will need to get Sniper Sprees to get the three remaining sprees that you need if you want to stay alive the entire game. Otherwise, you will need to die to complete the challenge so as to restart the sprees.

Home Field Advantage - Win 4 games in multiplayer Matchmaking. - 1600cR
Winning games is typically an unpredictable endeavor in multiplayer Matchmaking as you have little control over your teammates or the maps and gametypes offered to you. You will just need to relax and have fun. Try to play with friends and play in gametypes that you know you are good at and commonly win in. Four wins is a rather easy number for today and is more than manageable since you should be working on the Weekly Challenge in multiplayer Matchmaking anyway.

Headshot Honcho - Kill 11 enemies with headshots in a multiplayer Matchmaking game. - 2640cR
This challenge will require you to play a game of Team SWAT or Team Snipers to get this challenge taken care of. Basically, headshots can only be scored by precision weapons and these two game types start you with the DMR and Sniper, respectively, and have one-shot, head-shot kills from the start. Team SWAT is likely the better option as the games will be much faster than Team Snipers and will likely be on a smaller map. Eleven kills may be tough to hit in one game, but it should only take a couple tries to hit this number if you are having issues. There are rare objective gametypes for Team SWAT which you can try if you are ending up short on kills.

See the Weekly Challenge here.

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