Team Objective

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"4 on 4 Team Objective"
— In-game description for Halo: Reach's Team Objective playlist

Team Objective is a matchmaking playlist in Halo: Reach. It was also formerly in Halo 3.


Halo 3[edit]

Team Objective was a ranked team playlist focused on different objective-based games such as Assault and Capture the Flag. Parties of up to four could join, but guests were not allowed. In an update, VIP and Territories were removed, making it a more classic playlist exclusive to Capture the Flag and Assault. It is now retired.

Maps[edit]

All maps had equal chance of being selected.

General settings[edit]

  • 3-4 players per team
  • Max party size: 4

Gametypes[edit]

  • One Bomb (18.4%)
    • Most bombings after four rounds wins, 4 minute rounds.
  • One Flag (17.9%)
    • Most captures after four rounds wins, 4 minute rounds.
  • Team Crazy King (15.8%)
    • 150 points to win, 12 minute time limit, hill moves randomly every minute.
  • Multi Flag CTF (14.2%)
    • 3 points to win, 15 minute time limit.
  • Team Oddball (13.2%)
    • 100 points to win, 12 minute time limit.
  • Multi Flag BR (7.9%)
    • 3 points to win, 15 minute time limit, players spawn with Battle Rifles and Assault Rifles.
  • Assault (7.9%)
    • 3 points to win, 15 minute time limit.
  • Neutral Bomb (4.7%)
    • 3 points to win, 15 minute time limit.

Halo: Reach[edit]

Team Objective is a current playlist in the competitive list. It underwent several updates, with the January 4th, 2011 update reflecting the more popular gametypes voted.[1] Teams are composed of 3-4 players, with a max party size of 8 and a max local player count of 4.[2]

Maps[edit]

Gametypes[edit]

Updates[edit]

  • October 5, 2010[3]
    • Added Crazy King
    • Added several gametypes on Powerhouse (CTF, Assault, Stockpile, Crazy King, 3 Plots)
    • Removed heavy vehicles from all 4v4 Team Objective gametypes
  • October 19, 2010[4]
    • Removed 1 Flag Classic
    • Removed Headhunter Pro
    • Removed Oddball and Hot Potato from Boardwalk
    • Removed gametypes from Hemorrhage: Multiflag Classic, 1 Flag CTF, 1 Flag Pro, 1 Bomb Assault
  • January 4, 2011[5]
    • Cleaned up entries in the Team Objective playlist.

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