Halo Infinite Willow Tea Armor: How to Complete Peerless Warrior challenge
If players want to give Halo Infinite’s default Mark VII armour cores a new lease on life, they’ll have to complete the Peerless Warrior ultimate task. And there are a few things to keep in mind when gamers try such feats. The Willow Tea armour coating is the challenge prize for this week’s rotation of multiplayer challenges, and it’s heavily influenced by the samurai aesthetic of the Fractures: Tenrai event that’s occurring concurrently. This tutorial will walk players through the many types of armour coatings and how to get them.
How to finish Halo Infinite’s Peerless Warrior challenge
The Willow Tea armour coating is an armour paint that can only be used by the Mark VII armour core in Halo Infinite, and it can only be obtained by going on a killing spree five times in Fiesta, an event-exclusive game mode. Fiesta allows the player to participate in 4v4 slayer bouts, and each time they respawn into the map after being slain, they will be equipped with a different weapon loadout. Because of Fiesta’s chaotic nature, determining the difficulty of earning killing sprees in Halo Infinite is tricky, but there are a few guidelines that should help players along the road.
Two things should be kept in mind while completing the challenge: the first is that killing sprees will not be counted separately during a player’s life. This implies that if a player earns their first killing spree medal, no matter how far up the tiers they go in terms of killing spree medal tiers, it will only count as one killing spree, not multiple. As a result, players who want to count several killing sprees towards the ultimate challenge in a single gameplay session will have to do so over multiple lives.
The second point is that you can go on killing sprees while in a vehicle. Because Launch Site and Behemoth are both playable maps in Fiesta’s map rotation, players may be able to obtain tanks like the Wraith or the Scorpion, as well as planes like the Banshee or the Wasp. Keeping an eye on vehicle spawn sites and capturing them would be a quick and easy way to level the playing field in favour of the player, making it easier for them to achieve killing sprees.
With those considerations in mind, a general piece of advice is to use the proper weapon loadout for the appropriate maps. Energy swords with the grappling shot gadget will give players good TTK on smaller levels like Streets and Aquarius (time to kill). On huge maps like Launch Site and Behemoth, players will have to be more cautious about getting picked off by opponents carrying sniper rifles, making the use of sniper rifles as a countermeasure the more appealing option. Rocket launchers will be a boon to both players who want to go on a killing spree and opponents who want to prevent them from doing so. If at all feasible, stay away from adversaries using rocket launchers and instead rely on allied Spartans to deal with them. The goal is to not die until you’ve got 5 kills, so be active while remaining patient. Choose the perfect time to fight and remain alive long enough, and players will soon be wearing the Willow Tea armour coating.