This page is a guide for everything you need to know about the Map, Streets. Here you’ll find out all the Weapon, Equipment and Vehicle Spawn locations as well as tips and tricks on how to outplay your opponent on the different game modes.
Streets is a medium sized map where one team spawns at the Subway and the other at Station Square. This map features several different weapon spawn locations for Pistols, Tactical Rifles, SMGs, Shotguns, Pulse Carbine, Energy Rifles, and Power Weapons. These Spawns will remain in the same place but the weapon will be different each game. Below you’ll find where they spawn:
Tactical Rifle Location
Sub Machine Gun Location
Pulse Carbine Location
The Spawn Point for the Pulse Carbine is located at the Station Inside and Cafe.
Energy Rifle Location
Power Weapon Location
Equipment Spawn Locations
You can find three types of equipment on the Recharge, such as the Drop Wall, Thruster. There is no Power Equipment on this map.
Drop Wall Location
The Spawn Point for the Drop Wall is located in the Commercial Alley.
The Spawn Point for the Thruster is located in Arc Street.
Streets is used for Strongholds, Oddball and Slayer. Strongholds is essentially Domination from Call of Duty and requires one team to reach 200 points on Quickplay and 250 on Ranked. In order to score points you’ll need to hold two points. Holding three is not only more difficult, but there’s no reward for the extra work, as it’ll always be 1 point per second.
Oddball is a unique mode that has been a part of Halo Series since Halo 3. The Objective for Oddball requires one team to hold the ball for 100 seconds in two rounds which adds up to 200 points. Finally, Slayer is basically Team Deathmatch from Call of Duty and requires one team to reach 50 points before the 12 minute timer runs out.
Strongholds is a very difficult mode to win if all four players aren’t communicating and playing in top form, as if the opposition gets a momentum going you’ll be struggling to hold any points for a while. There’s two strategies to winning on this mode, so you may want to switch up your game plan if one isn’t working out.
The first of which is by grabbing points and having two teammates sitting on each to defend. Alternatively, you can grab two points and if the opposition is capturing one of yours, then take their one as it’ll most likely be free. Holding C and B is the easiest method as they are closer together whereas A is on the opposite side of the map.
The Oddball on Streets spawns in the Main Street Alley so you want all members of the team to rush it to ensure you get it before your opponent. From here, head to the Station Inside, as the ball carrier can sit behind the desk and melee anyone that comes in from the Old Town Stairs, then the other players can defend the other two entrances.
Slayer is a fun and good mode but it requires good communication and sticking beside your teammates so you can gang up on the opponents and ensure you get those kills. Avoid walking through the center of the map unless you’re going for the Power Weapon, as it makes you vulnerable to attacks from multiple locations. Like Oddball, hiding out in the Subway is a good place, as you’ll know can come from the Subway Entrance and there’s a balcony someone good marks enemies from.