Peak Condition achievement in Mass Effect 3

Peak Condition

Reach level 20 in multiplayer or level 60 in single-player.

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How to unlock the Peak Condition achievement

  • Gumbeaux JrGumbeaux Jr126,304
    10 Mar 2012 08 Mar 2012 13 Mar 2012
    29 6 10
    The fastest way to get this achievement is through co-operative multiplayer. Even if you import a level 30 from Mass Effect 2 it will take almost the entire game to reach level 60, and that will require doing a fair amount of sidequests. Alternatively, you can get this in about 10 hours of multiplayer as long as you keep playing with the same class (e.g., I started with a female engineer and moved to a Salarian engineer for the last couple of levels)

    You will also receive

    Mass Effect 3Almost ThereThe Almost There achievement in Mass Effect 3 worth 18 pointsReach level 15 in multiplayer or level 50 in single-player.


    during your course to this achievement.

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    JGoDzzz1I'm a quarter way through my second play through and I'm at 55, and I didn't upload a mass effect 2 character. It doesn't take that lomg in single player, and it's alot easier to play.
    Posted by JGoDzzz1 on 27 Jun 12 at 12:58
    OMGWTH00111111took me 4 hours of MP to go from level 0-20. It is quicker than going for level 60 SP.
    Posted by OMGWTH00111111 on 19 Jul 12 at 17:08
    SLEWDOGyou can get to level 60 in one playthrough.....playing on normal do every dlc and when picking up med packs change the difficulty to insanity for the most bonus. You should be 60 before you start the mission to take back earth....then you can do it on narrative....
    Posted by SLEWDOG on 10 Jul 13 at 15:58
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  • PrattalmightyPrattalmighty456,962
    09 Mar 2012 10 Mar 2012
    23 3 1
    The most efficient way to unlock Peak Condition is through multiplayer. En route you'll also net:
    Mass Effect 3Almost ThereThe Almost There achievement in Mass Effect 3 worth 18 pointsReach level 15 in multiplayer or level 50 in single-player.

    Mass Effect 3ExplorerThe Explorer achievement in Mass Effect 3 worth 17 pointsComplete three multiplayer matches or five N7 missions.

    and
    Mass Effect 3TouristThe Tourist achievement in Mass Effect 3 worth 5 pointsComplete one multiplayer match or two N7 missions.
    if not already unlocked through single player progression.

    This requires you to rank one class up to lvl 20, your N7 rating is separate and not of consequence to this achievement.

    Tactic wise it's proves most effective to roll with a diverse four-man squad, preferably with mics for communication. I mention diverse because there's not much benefit to having four soldiers and with the same skill set. You will start to cut through waves fairly quickly once you have a range of upgraded abilities working for you.

    - Someone able to neutralize barriers
    -Someone able to take down shields
    -Someone able to penetrate armor.


    Our squad consisted of mainly: Adept, Engineer, Soldier and Infiltrator

    Now speaking to the missions. If you're strictly looking to rank up quickly unknown location (10% xp bonus) unknown enemy (15% xp bonus) and bronze missions are the way to go.

    Once you get into the groove you can knock out 10 waves plus extraction in 15-17 mins and usually net 140k-170k in xp. Silver missions are doable with a good group and although the bring in more credits the xp rewards aren't enough of a jump to warrant spending double the time it takes to complete bronze missions. If you can roll through Gold maps...then you prob have no use for this guide and I don't really need to entertain that as an option lol.

    Two big things to concentrate on are:

    - Not going down! You'll get xp bonuses after completing 3 (2500 xp), 5 (5000 xp) and 10 (15,000 xp) waves consecutively if none of your squad go down at all.
    - When it's time for extraction you don't all have to been in the zone during the countdown BUT ensure you're all there when the counter expires to net another 15,000 xp bonus.

    All in all I spent about 7hrs working on this and once you've hit lvl 20 if you're comfortable promoting them (similar to prestiging) you can also attain Solution for Battle Scarred in Mass Effect 3
  • SaucyBrotatoSaucyBrotato249,024
    23 Feb 2016
    4 0 0
    I know this guide is pretty late to the party, but for those who, like me, have the DLC installed and again, like me, are late to the party playing this amazing game, I highly recommend doing the DLC as early as possible when starting this game. Omega, Leviathan, and From Ashes can be done pretty much after Palavan, offer some great new weapons and upgrades to start you off, and offer a bucket load of EXP.

    I've done Palavan, Omega dlc and Leviathan dlc and I am already level 31. I haven't even touched the main game really and still have From Ashes and Citadel dlc, so I would be highly surprised if I didn't hit level 60 by the end of my first playthough! Should put me in good stead for an Insanity playthru with a meaty character without having to worry about whether I will hit l60 or not.

    Regards
    Sarge
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