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Halo Infinite Killing Spree: How Many Kills Are Needed?

Halo Infinite Killing Spree: How Many Kills Are Needed?
Images: Xbox Game Studios

Written by 

Tarran Stockton

Posted 

25th Nov 2021 11:24

The Halo Infinite Killing Spree medal is a returning feature from prior games, rewarded to players for getting a set amount of kills without dying. Medals have been a huge part of the Halo series for a while, and hearing the announcer verify your skills by shouting about your multiplayer successes are endlessly satisfying. Considering there is a challenge associated with the specific medal, new players have found themselves wondering how to acquire it and how many kills are needed for a killing spree. If you need a rundown of how to get the Halo Infinite Killing Spree and tips to achieve it, this guide is for you.

Halo Infinite Killing Spree: How Many Kills?

Halo Infinite Killing Spree medals

Medals in the Halo series are earned for performing specific actions in the multiplayer mode, and are tied to certain weapons and vehicles, game modes, kills, and other random actions. The Halo Infinite Killing Spree medal is one of the easier medals to acquire that is tied to getting kills in PvP, but can still be troublesome for some players. The Killing Spree medal is earned after getting five kills in succession without dying, and can be acquired in any multiplayer mode.

Getting the Halo Infinite Killing Spree medal is made much easier by prioritising map control, getting power weapons, and teamwork. It can also be potentially easier in the Big Team Battle mode due to the number of enemies that can be killed. We also have general Halo Infinite multiplayer tips that will help with improving your kill streaks, amongst other things. 

There are also a few challenges tied to getting the medal. In the new Halo Infinite Tenrai event, one of the challenges asks players to get a Killing Spree in the Fiesta mode. There is also a weekly ultimate challenge that can be accessed after completing all the regular battle pass challenges, which requires five Killing Spree medals.

Halo Infinite Killing Spree: Kill Streak Medals List

Halo Infinite Killing Spree in-game medals

The Killing Spree medal is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Halo Infinite's kill streaks, and there are a number of others that are much more challenging and stand as monuments to your skill. The other related medals are:

  • Killjoy - End an enemy's killing spree
  • Killing Frenzy - Kill 10 enemies without dying
  • Running Riot - Kill 15 enemies without dying
  • Rampage - Kill 20 enemies without dying
  • Nightmare - Kill 25 enemies without dying
  • Boogeyman - Kill 30 enemies without dying
  • Grim Reaper - Kill 35 enemies without dying
  • Demon - Kill 40 enemies without dying
  • Perfection - Win a game with 15+ kills and no deaths

These are the other medals, and earning any of them will make for a brag-worthy memento for your collection.

You should now be ready to head into the Halo Infinite multiplayer and earn yourself the Killing Spree medal. If you play on controller and want the best chance to earn a kill streak, check out our best Halo Infinite controller settings. Equipment is also a big part of this entry and is imperative to doing well, so read our Halo Infinite equipment guide.

 

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