Ray Cox, who held the world record for highest Xbox Gamerscore at one million points in 2014, has surpassed his own milestone by reaching two million points earlier this week.
Cox surpassed the two million mark in Xbox achievement points on Wednesday during a Twitch stream while playing Halo: The Master Chief Collection. He earned the ‘Legend’ achievement for completing all Halo campaigns on legendary difficulty, giving him enough score to hit two million points exactly.
“Halo is my favourite franchise so when I fired it (Halo: The Master Chief Collection) up while searching for a game, it hit me that it should be the game I use,” he told Guinness World Records.
Cox said on Twitter that he earned his first achievement on Nov. 22, 2005 for “unlocking ‘Cluster Buster’ in Hexic HD.” When he reached one million points almost nine years later, Microsoft acknowledged his accomplishment with an Xbox One team launch console and a lifetime membership for Xbox Live Gold.
When Guinness asked if Cox was aiming for three million, he was not sure but said he will always love video games and going after achievements. His passion for Xbox is noteworthy enough that he proposed to his significant other in 2016 with a custom engraved Xbox One controller.