It is the end of the year and Xbox is doing some­thing very inter­est­ing for its fans, giv­ing a Game­crest to their play­ers for stats. Now I, nor any here at Fix the Meta, are con­sis­tent Xbox One users. This in no way makes us bias towards one com­pa­ny, but we have low stats for this (oops). 

From what I can tell, Microsoft is going for that fam­i­ly crest kind of feel, which is real­ly old school. Since I have low stats, the base crest gives you the basics (if there are any avid Xbox users out there who can ver­i­fy oth­er­wise please tweet me to let me know). Although,  you can cus­tomize each sec­tion of the four sec­tions of the crest (seen below as the shield cen­ter), as well as, the out­er “wings”, the out­er “weapon­ry”, and the out­er “machin­ery”. There is also a small con­troller in the very mid­dle of it all that is cus­tomiz­able.

Below is a shot of the crest from Xbox’s Twit­ter page:

Xbox also gave us a lit­tle bit of infor­ma­tion regard­ing this year’s achieve­ments. On aver­age, indi­vid­u­als unlocked 55 achieve­ments a piece in 2016. Also, the Xbox com­mu­ni­ty as a whole spent an aver­age of 207 hours on Xbox Live. That is 6 more hours than last year. Good job every­one! If you wish to know more and make a crest for your­self, just go to the Xbox page. Along with this Gamer­crest, Xbox also has their dai­ly and week­ly deals, which you can also check out in our oth­er arti­cle.