How to get all GRAW Multi-player Achievements
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter can be a challenging game to master, but once you have it down pat, it can be quite rewarding also. Listed below are detailed methods to help you cash in on all of the achievement points that can be found in GRAW.
Campaign Mode Achievements
The campaign achievements in GRAW take up the largest portion of the points. Simply going through the game and beating each mission will reward you with an achievement . Be sure to go through a second time to grab the Hard difficulty achievements as well. ( GRAW Achievements )
If you are having trouble getting through a particular area in the game, activate the invincibility cheat for both you and the team. I don't recommend using this cheat throughout the whole game as it does ruin most of the fun, but before you tear your hair out on any one level, just use the code. ( GRAW Cheats )
Finishing the game on normal and hard modes is great, but you've still got points to earn soldier. Not to mention, the multi-player achievements are what your friends are going to care about anyhow, if you happen to care about such things.
The cooperative campaign modes can be allot of fun, so grab a few friends and hop on Xbox Live to get them completed. Be sure to keep the game settings on Mission , if you use a custom setting you will not earn any achievements.
There are four levels, until more downloadable content is available, each one will earn you a few points. Once all four have been completed, you'll also get the Perfect Chapter 1 Achievement.
Not committed to a ward, but to the game. The committed achievement is awarded for playing 8 hours of multi-player straight. This is not cumulative, it's got to be done in one shot.
If you aren't the type of gamer that is willing to sit down for 8 hours in front of the television and play GRAW, you can still get this achievement. Here's how you do it.
Set up a local multi player game, it can be any game type. You must set the auto launch timer to start a game automatically, set the game time to 5 minutes (any time will do). Let the game run for 8 hours. Go to work, school, take a long nap, a drive, play a PS2 game, whatever. Once 8 hours has passed, the Committed achievement is yours.
Note: You may need to actually complete one of the games before the achievement is given to you. If you check after 8 hours and don't have it, run through and kill some enemies, then you'll get it.
4 Kills in 4 Seconds and 30 Kills Before Being Killed
These two really go hand in hand. Honestly, the 4 kills in 4 seconds one will come naturally, so will the 30 kills before dying. To get four kills in four second, just find a group of rebels and launch a grenade at them, or if they're really close together, light them up with the rifle.
Still having a problem, try this. Set up an Xbox Live match, or local multi-player and do co-op territory, on The Fishing Village level. (Any level will work but I know the fishing village level really well for some reason.) Set the game to have unlimited re spawns, and when the game begins immediately protect the Bravo location. (B)
Don't worry about the enemies taking over Alpha or Charlie zones, just protect B. If you do this alone you'll get about 40 kills, and somewhere in there you'll also get 4 in the span of four seconds if you still need it.
Sniper - 500 Head Shots
You can get 500 head shots fairly quickly in the game just by playing normally. One trick I use is within the weapon selection, take a double zoom weapon. I prefer the MRC/AGL because I like the way it feels, I also like it's accuracy and 50 round clip.
When aiming at enemies, now this sounds too simple - aim for the head . Aside from getting a friend to let you shoot him in the head over and over, there is no other way to do it. But like I said, it actually goes pretty quickly, and it's more fun than playing hole-in-the-head with your friend.
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