Easiest Xbox One Achievements of September 2018
Life Is Strange 2: Episode 1
Life Is Strange 2 may not follow the dynamic duo of Max and Chloe anymore, but that doesn’t mean the story’s any less heartfelt or compelling. In fact, in its opening episode, Life Is Strange 2 made us care deeply about the Diaz brothers, Sean and Daniel.
The supernatural theme from the original series is back here once again, too, albeit with a fresh twist. However, it doesn’t quite fully come into its own as a gameplay mechanic in the opening episode. Instead, this opening episode focuses on introducing you to the two new main characters.
As is usually the case with episodic titles, Life Is Strange 2’s first episode is great for some easy Xbox One achievements. Its first episode has nine achievements, totaling 190 Gamerscore. In order to get all 190, you simply need to finish the episode, start any drawing (which can be done in the opening 20 minutes by sitting on the beanbag in Sean’s room, and grab some collectibles on the way. Considering we’ve got a handy guide to take you straight to all of the Life Is Strange 2 Episode 1 collectibles locations, this is a nice and easy 190 Gamerscore.
Jack ‘n’ Jill DX
Jack n’ Jill DX might not look like a current generation game, opting for a basic, monochrome visual style. That doesn’t make it any less of a game, though. And what’s more, it’s got some of the easiest Xbox One achievements you can hope to come across in September 2018. This is a one-button retro platformer that’ll see you navigating obstacles and enemies in order to reunite Jack and Jill. How cute! Really, though, it’s the easy achievements we care about here.
The game has 11 achievements totaling 1000 Gamerscore. The entirety of the achievements list can be ticked off in the space of 30 minutes. Heck, 270 Gamerscore is unlockable in the first level if you know what you’re doing. Xbox Achievements have broken down just how simple it is in a tiny abbreviated walkthrough. Follow that, and there’s no reason you can’t be 1000 Gamerscore better off in less than an hour. This is without a doubt the best game for the easiest Xbox One achievements of September 2018.