Good news, achievement hunters. The Epic Games Store has finally ushered in cheevos, and Epic Achievements will be added to at least six games next week, and there will be more in the future.
Epic announced a new feature Blog post Earlier today, it was revealed how the popular features of its specific version will work. Epic achievements will reward different amounts of XP, depending on the level: Bronze (5-45 XP), Silver (50-95 XP), Gold (100-200 XP) and Platinum (250XP). Platinum itself is reserved for each Cheevo, who plays once in a game, gets 1,000 XP in a single game. This is similar to Sony’s trophy system on PlayStation.
First of all, your XP total score is mainly used for bragging, and the account level is related to your income. But Epic proposed a “new social features and player rewards” plan, suggesting that there may be more good things for people with XP to burn.
Please note that Epic did mess up its achievements last year. Today’s blog post refers to these old cheevos as “developer achievements” and points out that they can still be used in games that don’t want to integrate with the new system. However, if this is the case for the game, any development achievements you earn will be transferred to epic achievements where applicable.
Epic Achievements will first be launched in Rocket League, Hades, Pillars of Eternals, Humankind, Zombie Army 4, Defense Grid, etc., and plans to bring achievements to more games in the rest of this year.