Section 8: Prejudice achievements

Section 8: Prejudice

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Shutout in Section 8: Prejudice

Shutout44 (20)

This is a rare achievementComplete a turn without losing a Control Point in Assault. Requires Frontier Colonies Map Pack.

  • Unlocked by 289 tracked gamers (86% - TA Ratio = 2.21) 335  

Achievement Guide for Shutout

447,956 (258,400)
Achievement won on 13 Jul 11
TA Score for this game: 738
Posted on 13 July 11 at 14:45, Edited on 13 July 11 at 14:47
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Start up and offline game of Assault, with Trivial bots and 16 players. You can use any map, but playing on a small map is obviously recommended. I personally used Abaddon - North, I find it a very easy map to defend.

When you start the game, if you happen to be on the attacking team, hit Y and switch to the defenders. Now drop in, you start with $40 so you can put down a turret at a base - try to put it close to the Control Point - or you could also put an AA turret out a bit far from the base so that you funnel the enemies into more favourable areas.

Now you just have to defend the two points, a good idea is to stay near the middle of the map so that you can quickly run to either side if one gets hacked. Find a high up spot so you can see more of the playing field and take out enemies before they even get close to your bases.

Make it 5 minutes without losing either CP and the achievement will pop after the round (it may take a few seconds to unlock).
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