Mass Effect 3′s weekend operation calls for medics

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By on January 20, 2013 at 1:45 pm

I’m not going to lie to you; I abandoned my news duties last week and ran off to play Mass Effect 3. Well, I did plan to do that again, only this latest operation requires – ugh – teamwork and co-operation, and really I’m all about kill stealing and being polite about how incredible my skills are.

For those of you of a more nobler cast of mind, Operation Geronimo just requires you to earn a First Aid medal on any map, on any difficulty. That means you’ll need to perform at least five revives, so your best bet is to go in as a high-level infiltrator or something a bit tanky and follow a glass newbie around.

As usual, successful completion awards a point towards the weekend operation challenge checklist as well as a commendation pack with a rare weapon.

Source: BioWare Blog

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Well that was any easy challenge. I had it completed in the first two waves of gold.
They need to make the challenges a bit harder say something like 10 Geth Prime on silver.

 
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