Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Halo 4 War Games Daily Challenges - 6/4/13

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The Challenges:

Threading The Needle - Kill 8 Players with a headshot in a single match. - 750 XP
Well, headshots are at least pretty simplistic and common in Halo 4. Could definitely be for more XP though. Now, to score a headshot in Halo 4, you need a headshots capable weapon, which include the DMR, the BR, the Magnum Pistol, the Sniper Rifle, the Covenant Carbine, the Beam Rifle, the Light Rifle, and the Binary Cannon. You can also apparently score headshots with the Bolt Shot, but I hate that weapon. Anyway, since you will playing in the Team Objective or FFA Regicide playlists today, you can easily score headshots in those. If you are having trouble scoring those headshots, however, head for SWAT. SWAT gives everyone a DMR or BR and a Magnum pistol and no one has shields. That means lots and lots of headshots. Now, eight is not at all a lot so you probably will not even have to go to such extreme measures to secure these kills.

Rolling Thunder - Earn 5 Killing Spree medals. - 1200 XP
A Killing Spree in War Games is earned when you score five kills in a row. As this challenge stipulates "Killing Spree medals" other sprees such as weapon and miscellaneous sprees will not count. Now, you do not need five in a single game, just overall but that should not be too difficult as we are often tasked with scoring five or so for this challenge. You will undoubtedly be playing games in the Team Objective playlist thanks to the "Threading The Needle" challenge and this is good because objective gametypes are typically the best for getting killing sprees. Complete "Threading The Needle" first and then move onto this one as you may get a spree or two while working on it.

See the War Games Monthly Challenge here.
See the War Games Weekly Challenges here.
See the Campaign Weekly Challenges here.
See the Spartan Ops Weekly Challenges here.

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