Top 5 Streetsweeper Challenge Tips
5. Come and Get It. You’ll need to use a loadout with a shotgun secondary, so let’s start off with a recommended build that will help you land three kills without dying in each and every match:
Primary Weapon: Assault Rifle/SMG of choice
Secondary Weapon: Hauer 77
Perk 1: Paranoia, Flak Jacket
Perk 2: Gearhead, Tracker
Perk 3: Gung-Ho, Ninja
Equipment: Stimshot (Tactical), Tomahawk (Lethal)
Field Upgrade: Trophy System
Wildcard: Perk Greed
The primary weapon is of the least importance here, so pick whatever you think best compliments a shotgun secondary. We recommend the Hauer 77 due to its high burst damage, vital for ending fights quickly.
The Perk selection via Perk Greed is where it gets good. Paranoia grants better situational awareness, helping you to avoid incoming flank attacks, while Flak Jacket’s explosive defense reduces your chances of being taken out by enemy rockets and grenades.
Because we recommend Hardpoint and small maps while taking on this challenge, Gearhead combines nicely with the Trophy System for even greater and more frequent defenses from explosives, forcing enemy players to fight on your terms. The always useful Tracker combines nicely with Paranoia to up your awareness of the enemy position.
Gung-Ho reduces your vulnerability while sprinting and speeds up weapon swapping when you need to adjust on the fly. Finally, Ninja prevents giving up your position when flanking in close quarters.
As for equipment, use Stimshot to heal up fast after a tough fight, and, well… the Tomahawk is just plain fun to use. It can’t all be business.
4. Hardpoint Lockdown. Landing three kills without dying can seem like a tall order when rushing around the map with a short-ranged weapon. Consider jumping into some Hardpoint matches to narrow the focus of action. Get on the point and let the enemy come to you.
3. Small Maps Preferred. If you don’t want to be confined to a single game mode, focus on small maps instead. Take up position in one of the houses on Nuketown ’84, defend the plane in Checkmate, or jump into the Face Off playlist to go toe to toe using custom loadouts on the miniature Gunfight maps.