Xbox Game Has Achievement That Takes 10 Years to Unlock

A recently released Xbox game has an achievement that will take players literally 10 years to unlock if they do so legitimately.

Since Xbox introduced achievements with the Xbox 360, gamers have seen all kinds of different achievements added to games. Most Xbox achievements are fairly reasonable, though there are some achievements that are ridiculously hard or tedious. A new Xbox release may take the cake for having the most absurd achievements there is, however, as one of them takes literally 10 years to unlock without cheating.

The Stanley Parable is a bizarre game that really needs to be played to understand it properly, but the gist is that it is a first-person game where players are given a variety of orders, and the game changes dramatically based on if players listen to the narrator’s demands or not. The Stanley Parable earned acclaim and is often held-up as an example of video games as an art form thanks to its clever writing, themes, and gameplay innovations.

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The Stanley Parable has finally made its way to consoles with The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe, and like the PC version of the game, it includes some pretty wild achievements and trophies. This includes a ridiculous achievement called “Super Go Outside” that players can only unlock legitimately if they don’t play the game for 10 years after starting it the first time. This means that players can’t unlock it until April 2032 at the earliest unless they manipulate their console’s clock settings.

Needless to say, gamers are going to have a difficult time unlocking all the achievements/trophies in The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe. Besides Super Go Outside, there are some other silly achievements in the game. There’s one for clicking on a specific door five times, one for unlocking one’s first achievement, one for turning the game off and turning it back on, and another that tasks players with playing the game for 24 hours straight on a Tuesday. Some of these are the easiest achievements in any game, but others are some of the hardest achievements that players are likely to come across in video games.


Completionists may be annoyed by these kinds of achievements and trophies, but others will get a kick out of them. They tie into the game’s quirky themes and are really the perfect kind of achievements for The Stanley Parable‘s sense of humor. Like the original release, this port has so far earned acclaim from critics, so anyone needing a bizarre game to play with equally bizarre achievements should certainly consider checking it out.

The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe is out now for PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One.

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