Xbox Game Pass, like most wanted games, has separate requirements. It's true: By completing the appropriate Game Pass activities, you can earn real rewards. And just like in real games, you can reduce the effort you make to maximize your rewards.
These Xbox Game Pass claims should not be confused with perks, coming to the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate just this March. Perks change every month and they are not painful to find. All you need to do is open the Game Pass on your Xbox or PC and call them perks submenu; no pre-reqs needed. While some additions are really fun (including, as of this writing, six months free of Spotify Premium), many offerings are being upgraded: cosmetic repairs, game currency packages, that kind of thing.
Completing the quests, on the other hand, gives you points you can pay to get the most important rewards – and it's not limited to game bonuses. Releasing 6,500 points will get you a $ 5 gift card from a big box retailer (such as Walmart, Target, or Sephora) or the national chain (Chipotle, Starbucks, Taco Bell). Putting down 13,000 points would get you a $ 10 gift card to Regal Entertainment, to watch the first 47 minutes of the movie. You can also redeem points for Microsoft goodies: 14,000 per month for Game Pass Ultimate, 9,500 per month for Xbox Live Gold, or 1,700 for a $ 1.25 Xbox gift card.
You can convert your points into cash donations to a variety of benefits, including The Trevor project, Girls Who Code, World Heritage Fund
Redefining your score is easy enough, but a network of Xbox labels for menus and submanus can make your way to the right place seem to clutter your way through Rome's back with an unreadable Mapquest prout. You will get to the end, but probably not by the most effective route. The easiest way is to open the Game Pass and scroll down until you see the Quests section. Then hit "Show All." Or, if you are using the Xbox Game Pass mobile app, available IPhone and Android, you can access all of this by opening the app and going to your profile.
There is only one major catch with Game Pass requirements: Getting big points can sound like adding enough tickets to a local arcade to win that Super Soaker high-end shelf. In other words, you'll never get it – unless you have a few tricks up your sleeve.
Play for a moment every day.
Playing a downloaded game on the Xbox Game Pass will give you five points simply by holding it. You can get this reward once a day, but earning doesn't work — and those points are added over time. Better yet, you don't have to switch things up. You can play the same game every day and reap the rewards. One suggestion: Wizard of Legend, top-down, floating roguelite. It's fast, easy to take and low, too it creates a blast of co-op drama.
Take weekly quizzes.
Most of the weekly requirements are subtle on the part of Microsoft to give you the latest Pass Pass installations. For example, two claims this week about gaming Nier: Automata ("Join the fight") no Ori and the will of Wisps ("Jump on adventure"). All you need to do is grow the game. You don't even have to make it to the main menu; the screen to start loading will do the trick. (Or, for the record, if you haven't already, you should play both games. Nier is a playground in this area, too Ori is an unbearable tourist force.) You will receive 25 points each.
But don't take every monthly requirement.
Other monthly meta-query queries: You complete these queries by completing some daily or weekly queries. This will happen naturally – or it won't. Don't push yourself too hard.
Surprising ratings require you to exclude certain tasks from certain games. Word of advice: The only gun for claims related to games you've played otherwise. It's not worth trying to find 75 murders Middle Earth: Shadow of War if you are tied for a game before hitting part of it. There's no reason to turn video games into a home – even in the name of free stuff.
Use the mobile app.
Downloading five games through the app will complete the "Game Pass Games on the Go" monthly demand, which gives you 25 points. When a game in Game Pass draws your interest, rather than downloading it from time to time, reach into your pocket, unplug your smartphone, launch the Xbox Game Pass app, and download games remotely to your console. Here it is a guide which can guide you through the process:
Check out the Microsoft Reward app.
Don't sleep on the Microsoft Reward app, either, because there's some gimme stuff in there. If you achieve success, for example, you will get 50 points, a bonus that you can repeat daily. The fact is, achieving success does not automatically provide points. You must always go to the Microsoft Reward and redeem it. Pair this with a Game Pass quest for profit, which puts you in 10 points, and you can see how this starts to add up.
You'll also get 500 points by taking one second to complete the "Welcome to Xbox Game Pass" checklist: looking at the latest games (0,2 seconds), looking at Game Pass discounts (0,2 seconds), looking at multiplayer games (0.2) seconds, downloading the Xbox Game Pass app (0.4 seconds or more, depending on Wi-Fi connection), and watching Game Pass Quests (if you're in the business of scoring, this has been reduced).
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