People who play games that support Xbox Live Achievements can now unlock over 100,000 of them. That's how many of these virtual goals have been put into the games made by Microsoft and its third party partners across all of its platforms.
The numbers come from the fan site True Achievements, which has been tracking and cataloging all of the achievements players can unlock since the first Xbox Live game was released for the Xbox 360 in November 2005. The console claims 76% of all Xbox Live Achievements, followed by the Xbox One with 14%. Games for Windows Live comes next with 5%, Windows Phone is fourth with 3%, and Windows 8 s fifth with 2%. There are also Xbox Live Achievements to be unlocked by playing a few games on iOS, Android and on the web.
True Achievements has a ton of other Xbox Live Achievements states, including a prediction that there will be 16,819 achievements released in 2015, which would be a new record.
Source: True Achievements
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