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PaulZap
07-30-2014, 05:57 PM
So I came across this method for unfairly unlocking the toughest achievement in the game:

Glitch Method

Similar to "Peggle 2", this achievement can be "boosted" by deleted your game save, and then replaying the same challenges multiple times.

What this means is that you can do 30 easy challenges from the easier tracks, then delete your game save (via "My Games & Apps"), and then repeat them until you unlock the achievement. The cloud will keep track of all the challenges you complete, even if you are doing the same one over and over again.*

Below are the steps to do this glitch, which will only work on Xbox One:
- Disconnect from internet
- Delete local save via "My Games & Apps"
- Complete easy challenges from some of the easier tracks in the game
- Repeat Step 2 & 3 until you've completed 119 challenges or less
- Quit Trials Fusion
- Connect to the internet
- Play Trials Fusion and "Sync Save" when asked
- Complete challenges until the achievement unlocks early

Keep in mind that this method will not change the in-game counter for challenges. It will however affect your tracker in the "Achievements" app on your Xbox One, and also be noticeable via SmartGlass. If you go over 120 while offline, the achievement will unlock when you sign back in.

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I don't have an Xbox One (only Xbox 360), and I came across the above method while looking for guides in certain challenges. I think it's unfair to first of all have that glitch, but also that's it's only on Xbox One. Thanks. BlueBadger referred me here by the way.

JolanXBL
08-02-2014, 08:06 PM
If you're OCD enough to delete your progress 119 times, you deserve an achievement :p

PaulZap
08-02-2014, 10:28 PM
If you're OCD enough to delete your progress 119 times, you deserve an achievement :p

You wouldn't do that. You'd get several of the easy challenges and then delete and repeat. Really once you delete the first time, you could just go on and do all the challenges you had done before, again (assuming you had at least 60 challenges done).