March 15, 2014 by Samantha Lienhard - Leave a comment
Raymond Cox, the user known as Stallion83 on Xbox Live, Twitter, and Twitch, has had a certain degree of fame these past few years for his goal to be the first person ever to get an Xbox Live Gamerscore of one million. Well, he’s finally done it.
In a recent interview with GameInformer, he said he wanted to reach his goal with Titanfall, and that’s exactly what he did. At approximately 2:35 AM EST on March 13, he crossed the one million mark by getting Titanfall’s “I like a challenge” achievement, which is quite fitting.
Getting a Gamerscore that high takes some pretty intense dedication. Check out his archived Twitch broadcast of the final stretch, and let us know if there is any goal you would devote as much time to as he has.
To Raymond Cox, we only have one thing to say: Congratulations!Tags: gamerscore, titanfall, xbox live, xbox one
June 6, 2013 by Cheats.co Staff - 2 Comments
This raises a question though – what if they add too many Achievements, so that after the original 1,000 Gamerscore available (for example), there is another 10,000 or even 20,000 points you can earn (all purely hypothetical of course!).
Speaking to OXM, Xbox One program manager Chad Gibson said that while Microsoft hopes developers will use the new “dynamic” Achievements system to keep gamers interested, engaged and playing games for longer, there will be limits/restrictions on the number of Gamerscore points that can be added and therefore earned with any specific title.
We’re seeing people get all 1,000 Gamerscore in the first two weeks, and then still be playing that game two months later. We want developers to offer Achievements and interesting things to do long after a game ships. You could be playing a game for a year and get a couple thousand Gamerscore because the developer is adding new Achievements every week or every month.
Gibson said that there will be a Gamerscore cap in place for each game that will reset every month. For example, developers might be able to add 500 Gamerscore points by way of new Achievements to a game every month.
Another question though, unanswered as far as we know, is for how long developers can keep adding Achievements to a game? Could the launch titles for X1 (like Call of Duty Ghosts) still be getting new Achievements four years down the track? High unlikely, but if it was we would be very impressed!
Stay tuned to One Cheats for more Xbox One Achievements news and information!Tags: developers, gamerscore, games, limits, points, restrictions