In 2020, achievements started appearing in a select few games on the Epic Games Store. In 2021, the Epic Store achievement system will be fully launched. And now, in 2022, you can finally share and compare your cheevo progress with your friends via the My Achievements page.
The Epic Store’s My Achievements page goes live in November 2021, but with this renew These achievements are now publicly viewable. This is a very significant change – after all, showing the world your crazy player skills is one of the main reasons for the achievement. Those who prefer to treat achievements as personal will be able to turn off public accessibility via the Epic Store’s privacy controls.
“Anyone who visits your page can see at the top of the page how many achievements you have unlocked, the platinum games you have, and your XP,” the update said. “Going a little deeper, the Achievements tab will allow you to show your progress one by one, listing the number of achievements you’ve unlocked, the most recent achievement, and whether you’ve reached the Platinum stage (unlocking all achievements).
“Public pages will show every element of your page. They’ll see your achievements, progress, and friends list. If you set up your account to restrict access to the sections specified above, anyone outside of these groups will only be able to See your display name and avatar.”
The update also revealed Epic’s plans to incorporate ratings and polls into its launcher, which occasionally pops up after a game closes. Players will be asked multiple choice yes-no questions about the game they just played.
“Answering these questions will provide other players with information about the game on its store page,” Epic said. “As more people answer the poll, overall community ratings and recommendations will accumulate to help players understand what the game is about.”
New features have been added to the Epic Games Store launcher, and more are coming soon! Read the latest “My Achievements” update: https://t.co/Wb14a6ZAGk pic.twitter.com/obIVSRh2EnApril 4, 2022
EGS notifications will also change: instead of different notifications popping up in different places on the launcher, everything will be included in the Notification Center in the upper-right corner of the store page.
I like to have a little fun with the relatively slow rollout of new features on the Epic Games Store – I’m very grateful for the “innovative ‘add to cart’ feature” added in December 2021 – but, kidding, the store is apparently still It lacks some fairly basic features. Omitting forums and user comments is a reasonable option (and frankly, I support it), but things like user profiles, avatars, followers, and gifts are some of the more basic and fundamentally useful features Steam has had for over a decade . It’s great to see progress, but the Epic Games Store has been around for over three years, and at some point it’s only fair to wonder why something is taking so long.
On the other hand, Epic has poured $500 million into the thing so far and plans to continue bleeding from it for the next five years.speed is obviously no The essence of this particular situation – despite another year of free games for everyone, I guess it’s not necessary.