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 (@Xbox) December 30, 2016
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.