Halo Infinite is the latest installment in the Halo franchise and it follows Master Chief after the events of Halo 5. Cortana is missing, there is a new AI called The Weapon on your sleeve and a new world, Zeta Halo to explore. Halo Infinite is yet to launch its campaign mode however the multiplayer is currently available to everyone to enjoy.
Playing the multiplayer mode helps you perform weekly challenges which are then translated into XP. This XP can then be used to unlock tier-level bonuses including cosmetics, weapons, armor, and more. Achievements and medals help further your progress along this path and if you know your Halo Infinite then you are probably after the mythic medals. But what are they? Let’s find out!
What are Mythic medals?
Mythic medals are high-tier medals that are awarded to players during multiplayer challenges. These medals require a lot of skill and can be hard to obtain depending on your gameplay. Mythic medals usually require you to slay multiple enemies in succession which is why it can be tough to get them on your roster.
Halo Infinite Mythic medals list
Here are all the mythic medals that you can currently acquire in Halo Infinite multiplayer mode. Use them to your advantage to unlock various achievements and complete weekly challenges.
- Running Riot: Kill 15 Spartans without dying.
- Rampage: Kill 20 Spartans without dying.
- Nightmare: Kill 25 Spartans without dying.
- Boogeyman: Kill 30 Spartans without dying.
- Grim Reaper: Kill 35 Spartans without dying.
- Demon: Kill 40 Spartans without dying.
- Overkill: Kill streak of 4 Spartans
- Killtacular: Kill streak of 5 Spartans
- Killtrocity: Kill streak of 6 Spartans
- Killamanjaro: Kill streak of 7 Spartans
- Killastrophe: Kill streak of 8 enemies
- Killpocalypse: Kill streak of 9 Spartans
- Killionaire: Kill streak of 10 Spartans
- Fastball: Kill an enemy with the physical impact from a grenade and not the explosion.
- Ninja: Drop behind a Spartan and melee attack them in the back for an instant kill.
- Perfection: Win a game with 15 or more kills without any deaths.
- Quigley: Kill 2 Spartans with a single shot from the S7 Sniper Rifle
- Remote Detonation: Kill a Spartan by shooting a grenade on the ground near them
How hard is it to get mythic medals?
It’s pretty skillful tbh but if you are an FPS player then it shouldn’t take long. You will, however, need to learn your shield’s recharge cycle to accurately time your attacks while saving yourself from dying to maintain your killing sprees. Here are a few tips that will help you make the process of getting medals a tad bit easier.
- Take advantage of special game modes: Special modes like Fiestas and super fiestas have a high chance of spawning power weapons that can help you one-shot your enemies. Take advantage of these modes to get killing sprees and other unique kills to earn your medals.
- Quid Pro Quo: If you want some medals then maybe try hosting your own game with friends where your friends can help you earn the medals much more easily.
- Pay attention to your shields: Shields is a great way of enhancing your survival. Keep an eye on them and once they are out, duck, jump, run, grapple, and get out of the way. Hide a few seconds until they have recharged and get back in the game.
- Hide: There’s no shame in camping now and then especially if you are looking to get medals. While there is very little possibility of camping in most multiplayer maps in Halo Infinite, you might be able to find nifty spots in some of them.
- Use vehicles: Vehicles deal massive damage and can fire consecutive shots to kill multiple enemies at once in style. We recommend you create a fireteam with one of your friends and go crazy with vehicles in matches. Make sure to keep an eye out for EMP fire though as they can very easily take out your vehicles. We recommend you use the brute, banshee, and the Scorpion if you get the chance for maximum effect.
Can you get mythic medals any other way?
Unfortunately, there is no other way to get mythic medals for now. An update to the progression system seems to be on the way and this could change then, but for now, there is no other way to get mythic medals other than completing the tasks and challenges mentioned above.
When will 343i improve the progression system?
There’s good news in this regard, Jerry Hook, the game’s head of design at 343i, recently tweeted that he agrees with players and is looking forward to fixing the progression system soon after the holidays. You can read the entire tweet below.
We hope this post helped you get familiar with all the mythic medals in Halo Infinite. If you face any issues or have any more questions for us, feel free to reach out using the comments section below.