They offer a ,000 reward to the player who is able to finish Halo 2 on the maximum difficulty

They offer a $20,000 reward to the player who is able to finish Halo 2 on the maximum difficulty

Players who decide to participate in the challenge must broadcast it through YouTube or Twitch in order to verify if they met the requirements.
Players who decide to participate in the challenge must broadcast it through YouTube or Twitch in order to verify if they met the requirements.

Charlie White, a well-known video game streamer, offered a $20,000 reward to the player who is able to complete Halo 2 in “LASO” (Legendary All Skulls On) mode , the highest difficulty level of the video game developed by Bungie.

As if this were not enough, players must do this without dying even once , something that White himself has pointed out is highly complex because no one has managed to complete this challenge since the game was released in 2004.

“This is probably the most difficult challenge that exists in the world of video games. It is a time that has not been surpassed in 18 years , ”White stated in a video posted on his Youtube account.

The reason that no player has been able to beat the game in this mode is that although the level of difficulty is high in itself, a series of modifications are also introduced that make it even more difficult to advance without dying at least once. This is due to the fact that in LASO mode the life of the enemies is increased considerably, at the same time that the capacity of all the player’s weapons is reduced.

The streamer assured that in recent weeks some players have tried to achieve the goal, however, due to the high level of difficulty, they have not managed to overcome the first level of the game in many cases, fulfilling the requirement of not dying. White pointed out that those who wish to participate in the challenge must broadcast the game either through YouTube or Twitch , so that it can be verified that the requirements have really been met.

In addition to this they will have to disable the option known as “Envy” which allows the player to become invisible when the Master Chief uses his flashlight.

He added that he knows firsthand how difficult it is to play Halo 2 at this level of difficulty, having tried it himself. However, the result has not been the most favorable since he indicated that he was not able to overcome the second room of the game, which represents a tiny fraction of the first level of the video game.

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