Mass Effect 3 achievements or Good News for once

Finally, neither Bioware nor EA, but our trusted achievement leaking site has revealed the achievements for Mass Effect 3.
Don’t worry, there’s a shitload of them:

  • Driven (5) – Return to active duty.
  • Bringer of War (10) – Chase down an assassin.
  • Mobilizer (15) – Bring a veteran officer aboard.
  • World Shaker (15) – Destroy an Atlas dropped from orbit.
  • Pathfinder (15) – Explore a lost city.
  • Tunnel Rat (15) – Survive the swarm.
  • Party Crasher (15) – Sabotage a dreadnought.
  • Hard Target (15) – Call down an orbital strike.
  • Saboteur (15) – Disable a group of fighter squadrons.
  • Arbiter (25) – Win a political stand-off.
  • Last Witness (25) – Extract ancient technology.
  • Executioner (25) – Defeat an old adversary.
  • Well Connected (15) – Send a warning across the galaxy.
  • Fact Finder (15) – Discover an enemy’s monstrous origin.
  • Liberator (15) – Stop a Cerberus kidnapping.
  • Problem Solver (15) – Evacuate a scientific facility.
  • Patriot (25) – Make the final assault.
  • Legend (50) – Mission accomplished.
  • Shopaholic (10) – Visit a store in the single-player campaign.
  • Master and Commander (50) – Deliver most of the Galaxy at War assets to the final conflict.
  • Lost and Found (25) – Dispatch 10 probes to retrieve people or resources in Reaper territory.
  • Long Service Medal (50) – Complete Mass Effect 3 twice, or once with a Mass Effect 2 import.
  • Insanity (75) – Finish the game on Insanity without changing difficulty after leaving Earth.
  • A Personal Touch (10) – Modify a weapon.
  • Paramour (25) – Establish or rekindle a romantic relationship.
  • Combined Arms (25) – Perform any combination of 50 biotic combos or tech bursts.
  • Focused (25) – Evolve any of your powers to rank 6.
  • Recruit (10) – Kill 250 enemies.
  • Soldier (15) – Kill 1,000 enemies.
  • Veteran (25) – Kill 5,000 enemies.
  • Bruiser (10) – Kill 100 enemies with melee attacks.
  • Untouchable (10) – Escape a Reaper in the galaxy map.
  • Defender (25) – Attain the highest level of readiness in each theatre of war.
  • Overload Specialist (15) – Overload the shields of 100 enemies.
  • Sky High (15) – Lift 100 enemies off the ground with powers.
  • Pyromaniac (15) – Set 100 enemies on fire with powers.
  • Eye of the Hurricane (10) – Kill a brute while it’s charging you.
  • Mail Slot (10) – Kill 10 guardians with headshots from the front while their shields are raised.
  • Hijacker (10) – Hijack an Atlas mech.
  • Giant Killer (10) – Defeat a harvester.
  • Enlisted (5) – Start a character in multiplayer or customize a character in single-player.
  • Tour of Duty (20) – Finish all multiplayer maps or all N7 missions in single-player.
  • Always Prepared (10) – Obtain two non-customizable suits of armour.
  • Tourist 5 Complete one multiplayer match or two N7 missions.
  • Explorer (15) – Complete three multiplayer matches or five N7 missions.
  • Gunsmith (25) – Upgrade any weapon to level 10.
  • Almost There (15) – Reach level 15 in multiplayer or level 50 in single-player.
  • Peak Condition (25) – Reach level 20 in multiplayer or level 60 in single-player.
  • Battle Scarred (25) – Promote a multiplayer character to the Galaxy at War or import an ME3 character.
  • Unwavering (50) – Finish all multiplayer maps on Gold or all single-player missions on Insanity.

Bad news is, lots of the achievements of Mass Effect 3 can be unlocked via multiplayer.
Good news is, it seems to be completely optional: There seems to be a workaround so you can choose if you want to go the singleplayer or the multiplayer way. Thanks!

Apart from those achievements, there are a couple of interesting things to be found in the list:

“Untouchable” says “Escape a Reaper in the galaxy map.” Could that mean there is a chance of space battles?

“Executioner” reads “Defeat an old adversary.” Hmm … Rabidgames wonders: Could that be The Illusive Man? Aria? Or maybe Udina who betrayed the galaxy?

Other achievements confirm level 60 (cool!) and level 6 for power ranks (well, there could have been more) and upgrading a weapon to level 10 (sounds good, too). However, the biggest question is: How exactly does the mysterious “Galaxy at War” work?

Rabidgames approves: Finally, Bioware shows some creativity again – OK, it’s only in the achievement sector, but hey, it’s a start! While the achievements in Mass Effect 2 were boring, they came up with something smart by giving us choice. And choice is always a welcome option.


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