With all the bad buzz surrounding the recently announced Xbox One, it’s easy to forget that the console does have its perks. Come on guys, it’s not all bad. One positive aspect of Microsoft’s next-gen console is that their Achievement system will have the ability to change over time. Due to the cloud-based nature of the Xbox One, developers can change, evolve and even add new Achievements to their games based on “metrics or feedback” from the community.
Additionally, Achievements will no longer be confined to just one single game. So potentially, you can earn achievements for say, playing several games in a series.
Check out more details from the Xbox One’s official website:
“Xbox One’s all new achievements system has richer detail and spans across your games and experiences, which means achievements are no longer confined to a single game,” the site reads. “And you can earn achievements in more ways since new ones can be added dynamically at any time. Our new achievements portal not only keeps track of what you earned, but how you earned it, so it’s more personal than ever. It even lets you compare your achievements with your friends. Share your legacy and achieve greatness with Xbox One.”
So, there you have it. Big changes coming to Microsoft’s Achievement system. Admittedly, some people could care less about their Gamerscore but for those that do, the Xbox One may look a bit more appealing knowing the above information.
What do you think? Do you care about Achievements? Do these new changes to the system sway you one way or another? Let us know in the comments below.