Your account level must be at level 5 to play against other humans which is required for most achievements.The misconception about Eliminations and Killstreaks
Let's start off by defining things for the clarity of the solution.Eliminations
An elimination occurs when you deal damage to an enemy and they die within a certain time after you have dealt the damage.
Your eliminations are visible on the Scoreboard during the game (view with
A killing blow occurs when an enemy dies due to you dealing the last bit of damage nessecary for that player to die. When a player deals a killing blow, it will be displayed in the kill feed to the bottom right (Killer x Victim).
While the total number of killing blows is not shown, it will always be equal to or less than the number of your eliminations.Elimination Streak (Killstreak - According to the game)
ES - Elimination Streak
Whenever a player gets an elimination, the clearly shown, in-game
killstreak (I will refer to this a ES) will go up. If a player dies, their ES will be reset to 0.
Any player's current ES is visible on the Scoreboard. It is the one in the fire by their name. Your personal ES is displayed on the bottom left.Killing Blow Streak (Killstreak - According to the achievement)
KBS- Killing Blow Streak
Whenever a player gets a killing blow, the hidden achievement
killstreak (I will refer to this a KBS) will go up. If a player dies, their KBS will be reset to 0.
Your personal KBS is only visible when you reach a KBS of 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, or 15. An enemies' KBS is never clearly shown, instead you will have to hear an audio queue that plays when an enemy gets a KBS of 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, or 15. A player's KBS will always be equal to or less than their ES.So what does that all mean?
When people report that this achievement isn't working, they usually say, "I saw the enemy had a 15+ killstreak and I killed him and didn't get my achievement." The number they are referring to is the one in the fire by a players name when they view the scoreboard which, as stated above, is their ES not their KBS.Summary
Getting Eliminations > Build Elimination Streaks (THIS IS NOT THE CORRECT KIND KILLSTREAK
Getting Killing Blows > Killing Blow Streaks (CORRECT KIND OF KILLSTREAK
This is very confusing and I think it may be a mistake the way it works, but for now this is how it works. If you are still confused or something has changed, feel free to comment below or send me a message.How do I unlock Bounty Hunter?
Firstly, you will want to go for someone with a large KBS, not just a large ES.
It is very hard to tell who has a large KBS, unless you are listening closely. When ever an enemy gets a KBS of 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, or 15, the announcer will state similar phrases that depend on the KBS that the enemy is on. The varies levels include:
3: Killing Spree - "Enemy killing spree"
5: Rampage - "Enemy rampage"
7: Unstoppable - "An enemy is unstoppable"
9: Savage - "Enemy is savage"
As soon as you hear a KBS that is 9 or above, look at the kill feed in the bottom right of your screen. The kill feed goes from most recent kill at the bottom and least recent kill on the top. The Champion at the bottom should be the one with the high KBS, but you can double check their ES to make sure (since their ES has to be equal to or greater than their KBS).
I would suggest keeping an eye out for them and actually counting their KBS since the announcer can sometimes talk over himself.What Champion should I use?
I would suggest using a Champion with high DPS (damage per second), but, more specifically, a high DPS ultimate to more easily take out opposing players. These will most likely be your Damage and Flank heroes.How do I boost this?
1. Create two groups of five, change your region (Play
) to Australia or Southeast Asia (these seem to be the least active) and queue together.
2. When the Match Ready menu pops up, make sure no one confirm. If there are no confirmations, you will know that you have found each other. Confirm.
3. Let them come to your spawn and let them kill you until they reach a 15 KBS.
4. Kill them.
5. Remember to return the favor!