Halo: Reach Achievements Revealed

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Achievement whores everywhere have been eagerly anticipating the day that Bungie would reveal the final list of achievements for the upcoming blockbuster Halo: Reach, and it has finally happened. Yesterday, Bungie published the final list of Reach's achievements on their website. The total achievement count rings in at a decent total of 49. Surprisingly, there aren't that many multiplayer-related achievements, and considering that Halo 3's achievos were largely multiplayer, it seems a little odd that Reach wasn't handled in the same manner.

The list actually looks fairly simple and we will likely see a lot of players with Halo: Reach completed on their gamer card. However, if you don't believe me, you can take a look at the achievements for yourself below:

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See, they don't look so bad do they? Bungie goes into a little more detail about unlocking these bad boys on its website, if that's something you feel you need to pursue and spoil for yourself. If I were to choose which one of the new achievements is the hardest, then I'd have to go with "A Monument to All Your Sins," which requires you to complete the Halo: Reach campaign on Legendary by yourself. It's hard enough with a friend, let alone by yourself! Then again, I bet there are people who are skilled enough to just breeze through the campaign.

I guess we will just have to see if these achievements are really as simple as they look when Halo: Reach launches on September 14th, 2010, exclusively for the Xbox 360.

How hard do you think it will be to unlock all of these achievements? Which achievement do you think will be the most difficult to get in Halo: Reach?

Source: Bungie

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