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Thursday, 24 October 2013 07:01

Achievement can be color coded for Xbox One

Written by David Stellmack

Developers have new options on how to deliver them

The new achievement system that is coming to Xbox One will improve on what we have seen on the Xbox 360 in a number of ways. Once of the more interesting ways is the ability for developers to color-code achievements to group them together. For example all of the online achievements might be one color, while the offline achievements might appear in the player’s chosen color for example.

Developers will apparently have additional latitude in the development and presentation of the achievements which could lead to some interesting new ways of getting the achievements and how the achievements are presented on the screen. We really liked how animated the presentation of the achievement appears on the screen. We can only wonder what developers might have in store?

Read more here.

 

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