Peak Condition Achievement in Mass Effect 3

  • Peak Condition

     

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    Reach level 20 in multiplayer or level 60 in single-player.

      

    How to unlock Peak Condition

    SP: Level 60 is the highest level you can obtain in Mass Effect 3. Once you hit this level, you will automatically gain the achievement. If you played Mass Effect 2 and imported your character, you will start the game leveled up. You can be as high as level 30 when you start your new game, meaning you are already halfway there.

    MP: You must stick to one character and focus on leveling it up. It doesn't matter if you win or lose the matches, you will still gain experience. This is probably the faster option of the two to unlock this achievement.

     
     

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  • So happy there are sixty levels in single player. Thirty was not enough in mass effect 2. And I think twenty is a good idea for multiplayer as well, because people are going to want to have multiple max level characters/classes.
  • Look's like ill be getting to level 60 in Single Player.
  • If you import a Character from ME 2 you start where you left of, for example, I will be importing a level 30, so I will only rank up 30 levels in ME3 just like ME2.
  • Another round of leveling up to 60, that is going to be a headache.
  • @#3: That's not how it worked importing a ME1 character in to ME2, mind.
  • @5 So what? That's how it's going to work importing ME2 to M3. Lvl 30 ME2 Shepards will start at Lvl 30 in ME3.
  • @3 and 6 do you guys realize how ridiculous that sounds? that means cutting out half the levels, if you do that why are you playing an RPG? also the leveling is different in ME3 so it wouldn't make any sense, maybe it'll start you at lvl 5 but starting at level 30 makes no sense
  • @7 Unfortunately, It sounds like it's true. Or at least that's what the designer said in January. IMO, that sucks. Part of the fun in RPG's is leveling, and now I'm having that fun essentially cut in half. :/ Maybe they'll give use a choice though... I mean, from a storyline perspective, Shepards been out of service quite some time, could use the excuse that 'he's rusty'.
  • @7 They have already said if you import a ME2 save you will continue where you left of, so if you import a level 30, you will start at level 30.
  • @7 well hate to burst your bubble but you import a level 30 you start off at level. Which i don't see why that's a bad thing. Why should i start off at level 1 when I import my level 30. All i am doing is continuing may character from where i left off so why not allow me to have my level and my abilities. But that's just how I feel everyone is different. It would be smart of them though to let you choose if you want to start at level 30 or level 1.
  • being that im already passed this in the demo, it wont be to hard lol
  • AWWWWWWW YEA!
  • is this chacter level or something
  • @#13: Yeah, character level. Much quicker in multiplayer to reach level 20.
  • @3, 6, 7, anyone else in the conversation I missed. I believe the case is that your lvl 30 Shepard can swap classes when (s)he begins ME3, but you only retain that high level if you keep the class you played in the second game. So if I took my Engineer from ME2 into ME3, I could swap to any class I want, but if I don't stay Engineer, I get reset to level 1.
  • I assume leveling up in multiplayer will be harder than in the demo. It only took about a week to get to 20, so this achievement would be way to easy if there isn't more experience in between levels.
  • Levelling up in multiplayer is very fast. The last few levels are slower to reach, but you get XP regardless of whether or not you survive the match. Just make sure to do as much damage as you can. If you do 99% of damage to an enemy, and someone else kills them, you get 99% of the XP. Also make sure everyone is together at the extraction point for an XP boost.
  • Also agree with the others. Do this in MP and you are done in 2-3 days. If you do this in SP well, let's say 2-3 walkthroughs. Count for yourself.
  • @15 this is incorrect. I imported my lvl 30+ Infiltrator Shep from ME2, but decided to switch him to Sentinel. I maintained my lvl 30 status.
  • can i please not get disconnected
  • soon: im lvl 58 :D (fuck MP!)
  • #18 common sense ftw. Doing this in multiplayer takes so much less time than in singleplayer (imported or not)
  • #22 Agreed.
  • it took me 1 full play doing everything including from ashes to a second play all they way to surkesh doing from ashes 1 N7 and Grissom academy to get to 60
  • #15: Nope, I switched classes in ME3 and retained my levels.
  • Mass Effect 1 level cap, perfect.
  • Well I'm level 51 right before Citadel III. If you don't play multiplayer and you imported your level 30 character from ME2, this isn't a big deal. Basicly beat the game doing the majority of the missions. Pisses me off though cause I have 5 or 6 missions that are glitched and won't let me finish them because I can't present the item they asked for. Never that issue in ME 1 or 2.
  • Well I'm level 51 right before Citadel III. If you don't play multiplayer and you imported your level 30 character from ME2, this isn't a big deal. Basicly beat the game doing the majority of the missions. Pisses me off though cause I have 5 or 6 missions that are glitched and won't let me finish them because I can't present the item they asked for. Never that issue in ME 1 or 2.
  • Looking for people to play online with. Trying to get my EMS over 4000 to get the "best" ending. Also just enjoy playing online! Send me a message if you're interested!

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