DMR is a weapon in Halo: Reach that replaces the BR of Halo 3 in mid-ranged weapons. This is a hit scan weapon that will register almost instantly and is comparable to the sniper of Halo 3. The greatest difference with these two weapons is the number of rounds it can fire. BR is a 3 round burst weapon, while DMR is single shot weapon. |
If you have played the beta version of Halo: Reach, you will notice that DMR can only kill an enemy after 5 perfect shots. BR on the other hand can kill in less than 4 shots depending on the skills of the player. The DMR has 15 rounds while BR only has 12, which means that both guns can kill at least 3 players per clip.
Halo: Reach made teamwork more important, because DMR takes a longer time to kill a player, hence, a team of four should kill target a single player at the same time. This will make the team stronger and tougher to defeat. So in order to effectively use DMR in Halo: Reach, you need to use the team communicator, and have a leader that will tell the team who to target first.
When using DMR, always make sure that you time your shot. Let the bloom reset and fire. This is the first rule to remember when aiming for a target. This is what pro gamers are doing, and if you want to dominate a Halo game, you need to learn how to relax and aim for the head of the enemy. Always keep in mind that trigger happy players are the one’s who are always found dead first. Take your time, aim for the head, let the bloom reset, and fire. These are the things that you need to remember if you are serious about becoming a pro player.
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