The official Xbox One Achievements and PS4 Trophies for
ONRUSH have been revealed, courtesy of the fine folks at TrueAchievements
The lists were shared earlier today for the upcoming MotorStorm spiritual successor,
which is slated to launch on June 5th, 2018 with an open beta
confirmed to begin later this month.
ONRUSH will have 32 Achievements for a total of 1,000
Gamerscore on Microsoft’s Xbox One console, whilst those on Sony’s PlayStation
4 can look forward to 33 Trophies, including the usual Platinum Trophy that’s
rewarded to players for unlocking all the other Trophies in the game.
Below, you can find the official names and descriptions, as
well as the Gamerscore value and Trophy Type for each of the Achievements and Trophies
found in ONRUSH:
Most of the Achievements and Trophies in ONRUSH are related
to taking advantage of the game’s unique features and making use of personalization
and upgrades. They also come with their own unique names, which you can be sure
the development team at Codemasters enjoyed coming up with.
It also isn’t the grindiest or most challenging Achievements/Trophies
list either, but it will still require a decent level of skill and time commitment.
Overall, it’s fair to say Codemasters has got the balance right with this one,
and many of these should be unlockable by just playing ONRUSH as you’re going through
and Multiplayer modes available whilst taking advantage of everything else
the game has to offer.
ONRUSH will be available on June
5th, 2018 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 with a PC release to come shortly
thereafter. It will also take advantage of the Xbox One X and
PS4 Pro consoles with 4K and 60FPS
modes available for players to choose from.
For even more on ONRUSH, don’t
miss our extensive hands-on preview featuring our first impressions
of the arcade racer, a rundown of the different vehicle
classes and abilities available, as well as our exclusive
gameplay capture videos.
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