How many kills are in a killing spree in Halo Infinite? Is what you're probably asking if you had the killing spree weekly challenge pop up in Halo Infinite's multiplayer mode. The system acts as if you should know it, and you've probably triggered one at least once without realizing it, but isn't keen on telling you how to do it. That's where we come in. Here's how to get a Killing Spree in Halo Infinite.
How Many Kills in a Killing Spree in Halo Infinite
You'll need five kills without dying to earn a Killing Spree in Halo Infinite. Unlike other achievements, such as double kill, you don't have to get these within a set time frame. You just have to not die in between getting them, hence the objective description. Killing Sprees are easier to get on certain maps and in certain modes, so don't waste your time and patience trying for one in every match.
How to Get a Killing Spree in Halo Infinite
Killing Sprees are easiest to obtain with the Gravity Hammer, though the Energy Sword and Sniper Rifle are also viable choices, assuming your aim is good with the latter. The Gravity Hammer is ideal, though, since it's almost always a one-hit kill and has a wide area of impact.
Arenas with more places to plan an ambush are the best ones to try for a Killing Spree on, including Streets and Aquarius. Big Team Battle sprees are difficult to pull off, since it's far too easy to die in the chaos, so stick to ranked matches and quick play. Quick play rounds have the advantage of the radar so you can spot sprinting enemies nearby, though in ranked matches, you'll always know where every weapon is. Experiment with both to see what works best.
Try vehicles as well. Some, such as the Banshee and Brute Chopper, make racking up kills quickly much easier than doing it on foot.
Finally, while it might seem counterintuitive, avoid playing too aggressively. The most important part of getting a killing spree is staying alive, not necessarily getting the kills themselves.