The DMR is a favorite for more “new-school” Halo players, as the gun only appears in later entries in the franchise. It basically replaces the Battle Rifle in Halo: Reach multiplayer, but also has some uses in Halo 4 and Halo 5. Whereas the Battle Rifle offers a consistent three-burst shot, the DMR is all about precision, firing a single shot at a decent rate. Like most of the great Halo weapons, accuracy is exceptionally important when wielding the DMR.
We love the DMR for not only the satisfying “pop” you get when capping an enemy player, but for its excellent damage and accuracy. The DMR is a great tool for chasing down enemies with placed headshots and picking off low-health foes. It’s not only a great weapon for an offensive push, but also a trusty companion for holding down objectives and providing support.