Avata makes it sound more complicated than it actually is. There is no need to blend or hide at all and all four players need to do nothing more than stand out in the open the entire time.
There are three offensive awards:
, requiring the attackers to kill both defenders within 10 seconds of each other.
, where an attacker locks onto a target and his teammate kills them.
, when an attacker initiates a high profile chase and his teammate kills the target.
And three defensive awards:
, requiring the defenders to stun both attackers within 10 seconds of each other.
, where a defender locks onto an enemy and his teammate stuns them.
, when an attacker initiates a high profile chase with a defender and the defender's teammate stuns the pursuer.
For a total of six required awards to receive this achievement. Be aware that both teams spend one round as the attackers and defenders each, so what follows must all be done in one round then repeated once the teams switch.
Get four people together and start a private Manhunt match. Get everyone up on a rooftop somewhere where they will have enough room to dash around in high profile mode.
To begin, select a member of the attacking team who will dash around in high profile mode until one person on the defending team is being pursued by them, denoted by the red triangle over the enemy's head. The player being pursued will target his pursuer, his teammate will stun them (the teammate will look for the white
lock; a blue
lock means you have personally targeted them), and the pursued player will stun the other enemy. Repeat with the other defender (using
to switch targets if necessary), and both should now have all three defensive awards.
An attacker will dash around in high profile again until he is chasing a member of the defending team. This attacker will lock onto his target, his teammate will kill them, and this attacker will kill the other enemy. Repeat with the other attacker, and both should have all three offensive awards.
Now wait for the round timer to run out and swap roles.