Mass Effect 3: Operation Silencer … MISSION ABORTED!
Operation Silencer has been deemed a failure. Even though we here at NA killed a few thousand banshees on our own this weekend, we apparently didn’t help as much as we needed to! I have to admit, when I first saw the goal of (pinky to mouth) THREE MILLION banshees, I instantly wondered if the goal was actually attainable. Despite our best efforts, the community failed to take down the number of howling creeps required to achieve victory. It is unclear at this time if we (the community) will receive any sort of reward for our failed efforts. We love the ME3:MP bounty weekends and can’t wait to see what is next on the agenda.
Re: Operation SILENCER
Confidentiality Classification: XB-PRIME
Distribution: N7 Forces Only
Soldiers of the Milky Way –
It is with great regret that I must announce the withdrawal of forces from several colonies in asari space. Reinforcing them proved untenable. While Operation SILENCER inflicted substantial casualties, the Reapers learned from our victories against the brutes, and they now know how to protect their own.
Rest assured that we too are learning from this conflict. Already, we are implementing plans to supply our forces with a better arsenal so that, when we next meet the enemy, they are ours. Until your next deployment, keep calm and carry on. We will pay the Reapers back soon enough.
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Only guess I have is that most of the playerbase just randomized the matches, or had connectivity issues. As it was, I barely lucked out on getting a dozen games in over the weekend because of the latter issue, as well as having questionable teammates.
Dibol – We played on and off all weekend and even tried Reaper/gold a handful of times. There are a lot of great games out right now that are probably pulling some players away. Blame Minecraft!
True. Just posting my personal experiences on my end. My friends list on X-Box Live was mostly dead activity-wise. Need to trade gamer tags just to up my chances.
GT: Lunatic LK47
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