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Epic Games Store Now Lets Users Browse Games By If They Have Achievements or Not

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  • Posted on 08th Apr, 2022 14:58 PM
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An update to the Epic Games Store page gives user the option to browse for games by if they contain achievements or not.

p>The Epic Games Store continues to be a popular choice for gamers, especially when it comes to score a big deal. Ever since it debuted in 2018, Epic Games' digital storefront has continued to expand with beloved AAA blockbusters and endearing indie games being added. This has resulted in some exclusive titles like Space Punks or third-party PC exclusives like Alan Wake Remastered. There's plenty of games for players to look into on this platform, with a variety of games available for purchase too.

One of the most recent additions was from last year, with the Epic Games storefront receiving an achievement system. This new achievement system is akin to its console competitors the PlayStation and Xbox, with each of these Epic Achievements being sorted into four tiers based on their XP value. These include Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum categories of achievements, with each one awarding a specific amount of XP based on the category. Players can then track these available achievements, as well as the progress per game.

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While the achievement system has been added, there's only a certain amount of games that currently do support it. The Epic Games Store is gradually adding games that will support achievements, with roughly three dozen games out of its entire library containing achievements. For players who are interested in which of these games will have achievements, the Epic Games Store recently added a new browsing filter to assist with this.

This can be found under the features column of the Epic Games Store browser, alongside other options like Single Player, Controller Support, and Competitive among others. The current game list that can be seen under this achievement browser filter on the Epic Games Store includes a variety of indie games like Hades to AAA games like the aforementioned Alan Wake Remastered, Cyberpunk 2077, and Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin.

While the current list is small, the amount of games that will be available under this filter will grow as more games are supported with achievements. Some of the games that do have achievements are on sale on the Epic Games Store, with discounts from half off to even 70% off too. Users of the Epic Games Store who are looking to add some more XP to their profile should be able to easily find certain games that can add to their overall total with this new feature.

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