Friday, March 15, 2013

Halo Reach Daily Challenges Guide - 3/15/13

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The Challenges:
Gunslinger - Kill 75 enemies in multiplayer Matchmaking. - 2250cR
Well, no need to worry about this challenge today, at all. The "Came From Behind" and "Twin Trips" challenges are not really of any import in regards to "Gunslinger" today. The real important challenge is "Who's the Big Winner?" as it will take care of all your kill today. You need seventy-five for this challenge but winning fifteen games is like to yield more than a hundred and fifty kills. Get to it.

Came From Behind - Perform 2 Assassinations in a multiplayer Matchmaking game. - 2200cR
To score an assassination in multiplayer Matchmaking you need to get behind an enemy and hold down the melee button. Doing so will trigger an animation that needs to mostly complete for the assassination to count. Now, scoring two in a single game can be meagerly challenging so head to the Team Snipers playlist. In Teams Snipers, players tend to lose focus and can be easily flanked, especially on small maps. Assassination on inclines and in the hair occur quicker so aim for those if you are getting "Showstopped" often. This will likely not happen while working on the other challenges so go for this one first.

Twin Trips - Earn 2 Triple Kills in the same match in multiplayer Matchmaking. - 2000cR
Anytime we have a multikill related challenge in multiplayer Matchmaking, Grifball is the place to be. This challenge requires two Triple Kills, which are three kills each scored within four seconds of each other. Make sure you space the multikills apart so as not to stack to higher multikills instead of completing the challenge. This is easily obtainable in Grifball so just hammer away. Try Multi Team if you hate Grifball or step over to something like Invasion which can give you chances at multikills.

Who's the Big Winner? - Win 12 games in multiplayer Matchmaking. - 10000cR
Well, this is better than the last time we had it plus it is now worth a hell of a lot more credits. It is, however, twelve wins, which is a lot. Well, scoring wins will all be about playing to your strengths and sticking to gametypes with only two teams of no more than five players. If you are really good at Slayer, than stick to Slayer. If objective gametypes are your thing, play those. There is no set strategy for scoring a win in Halo as it is highly dependent on your team and your competition. Just try to have fun and take breaks, a lot of breaks. Get the other challenges done first and then worry about this one.

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