How to get your 2018 Xbox Year In Review statistics
It's that time of year again.
Every year, Microsoft releases a new tool to track your gaming habits during the previous year. As expected, 2018 is no different. A few hours ago, Xbox Live's Director of Programming Larry Hryb posted about a new website available to Xbox One and Xbox 360 gamers. Not only does it allow you to see how you compare to the rest of the Xbox Live community, but it also allows you to make a custom 3D sculpture of your most memorable moments.
You can simply head over to the website provided in Hryb's tweet and begin the process of selecting various aspects of your sculpture. There's are skulls, maps, guns, frying pans, sharks, and much more to choose from. However, the options you're given depend on the types of games you played until October 2018. For example, since I love Destiny 2 and action-adventure games, I was shown the skull. Hryb, on the other hand, seems to have gotten a slew of shark missiles.
It's time to get your 2018 Xbox Year In Review* Sign in here for you personalized stats https://t.co/swnjdGwr2Z
(* Actual data is through Oct 2018) pic.twitter.com/cIt24dD5fqIt's time to get your 2018 Xbox Year In Review* Sign in here for you personalized stats https://t.co/swnjdGwr2Z
(* Actual data is through Oct 2018) pic.twitter.com/cIt24dD5fq— Larry Hryb 🇺🇦 (@majornelson) December 17, 2018December 17, 2018
This is definitely an interesting way to compare your statistics. Hopefully, Microsoft will keep up this tradition going forward because it's a lot of fun. How do you compare to the rest of the Xbox Live community? Let us know.
Microsoft is going all in on gaming and it's great to see the company scoop up numerous amazing teams like inXile Entertainment and Obsidian Entertainment. The future is definitely looking bright for the gaming division right now.
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