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Complete Halo Reach Achievements Posted July 31, 2010

Posted by Maniac in Game News.
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Bungie has posted up on their weekly update a complete list of all achievements that they will include in Halo Reach.

  1. Completed the Campaign on Normal difficulty.
  2. Completed the Campaign on Heroic difficulty.
  3. Completed the Campaign on Legendary difficulty.
  4. Completed every mission in Halo: Reach alone, on Legendary.
  5. Completed the 2nd mission on Normal or harder.
  6. Completed the 3rd mission on Normal or harder.
  7. Completed the 4th mission on Normal or harder.
  8. Completed the 5th mission on Normal or harder.
  9. Completed the 6th mission on Normal or harder.
  10. Completed the 7th mission on Normal or harder.
  11. Completed the 8th mission on Normal or harder.
  12. Completed the 9th mission on Normal or harder.
  13. Completed the 10th mission on Normal or harder.
  14. Cleared the 2nd mission without setting foot in a drivable vehicle.
  15. Killed 2 vehicles at once with the Target Locator in the 3rd mission.
  16. Hijacked a Banshee during the Reach Campaign.
  17. Killed the Elite Zealot before he escaped during the 5th mission.
  18. Performed an Assassination against an Elite to survive a fall that would’ve been fatal.
  19. Destroyed the Corvette’s engines & escort in under 3 minutes in the 6th mission on Heroic or harder.
  20. Finished the 9th mission on Legendary with the Scorpion intact.
  21. Earned a Triple Kill while Jetpacking in Campaign, Firefight or Matchmaking.
  22. Killed 7 Moa during the 2nd mission of the Campaign.
  23. Killed 3 of the anti-aircraft batteries during the 8th mission.
  24. Used a Health Pack to replenish life after taking body damage.
  25. Performed an Assassination on an enemy.
  26. Killed 10 enemies in a Firefight or Campaign session with the M6G pistol.
  27. Killed 10 enemies in a Firefight or Campaign session with the DMR.
  28. Traded weapons with an AI ally in Campaign.
  29. Killed 10 enemies in Firefight or Campaign with a supercombine explosion.
  30. Let a teammate spawn on you 5 times in an Invasion Matchmaking game.
  31. Earned a First Strike Medal in a Matchmaking game.
  32. Won a game of Invasion in the 1st phase.
  33. Earned a Killing Spree in multiplayer Matchmaking.
  34. Earned a Killionaire medal in Firefight.
  35. As an Elite, killed 5 Spartan players in Matchmaking.
  36. Scored 15,000 points in Score Attack Firefight Matchmaking.
  37. Scored 50,000 points in a Firefight game.
  38. Scored 200,000 points in a Firefight game.
  39. Scored 1,000,000 points in a Firefight game.
  40. Completed a Firefight set on Legendary without dying.
  41. Purchased an item from the Armory that required the rank of Lt. Colonel.
  42. Reached the rank of Corporal in the UNSC.
  43. Reached the rank of Captain in the UNSC.
  44. Used the File Browser to upload a file to your File Share.
  45. Completed all of the Daily Challenges in a given day.
  46. Purchased an item from the Armory.
  47. Recommended a file to someone.
  48. Advanced a Commendation to a Silver state.
  49. Completed a Weekly Challenge.

That’s 49 achievements total.  It’s nice to see Bungie taking a page from Halo 3 ODST and not Halo 3, and actually including achievements that you have the slightest prayer of a chance of getting in multiplayer.  Those five pointers which were ranked free for all match only in Halo 3 were impossible.  Also I’m not seeing any Vidmaster Challenges, probably since Recon is going to Day One purchases already (Reach only), but it was cool to see Bungie doing unlockable content caused by a series of achievements instead of just one.

Bungie has also announced that people who have unlocked achievements previously in Halo 3 and Halo 3 ODST could unlock special content through Halo Waypoint such as multiplayer armor.  Also owners of Halo 1 PC, if you already own and have played your game, Bungie MAY be offering you the chance to register your CD key for more exclusive content, but that’s still a maybe.

Halo Reach will launch September 14th, 2010 for Xbox 360.

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