The newly released The Stanley Parable Ultra Deluxe once again offers absurd achievements that are hard to unlock.
Ever since consoles introduced the achievement system, gamers have seen all kinds of different achievements added to the games. Most of the achievements sound pretty reasonable, although there are some that are just too hard to get or ridiculously boring. However, a newly released game has the most ridiculous achievements, and one of them takes 10 years to unlock if gamers don’t cheat.
The Stanley Parable is a strange game that gamers need to play through to properly understand it, but in short, it is a first-person game where the player is given various commands. and the game will change dramatically based on whether the player listens to the narrator’s request. The Stanley Parable has received critical acclaim and is considered an example of a state of the art video game thanks to its cleverly creative plot writing, themes, and gameplay.
The Stanley Parable is finally back on different platforms with the release of The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe, and like the original PC version of the game, it includes a number of achievements and trophies. pretty “terrible”. More specifically, the title includes an absurd achievement called “Super Go Outside” that the player can only unlock if he hasn’t played the game for 10 years after first starting the game. This means that if you open the game now, you won’t be able to unlock the achievement until April 2032 at the earliest unless you adjust the clock on the platform used to play the game.
Needless to say, gamers will have a hard time unlocking all the achievements and trophies in The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe. Besides Super Go Outside, there are some other silly achievements in the game too, like clicking a certain door five times, the achievement for… unlocking the first achievement, the achievement for turning off and turn the game back on, and the achievement requires the player to play the game for 24 hours straight on Tuesday. Some of these are the easiest achievements in any game, but others are some of the hardest achievements a gamer can encounter in the world of video games.
Gamers who enjoy 100% completion of every game will probably feel extremely uncomfortable with these types of achievements and trophies, but others find it interesting and want to give it a try. Those achievements tie into the game’s quirky themes and really are the perfect kind of achievement for The Stanley Parable’s humor. Like the original original title, this new version has so far received critical acclaim, so any gamer in need of an exotic game to play with equally weird achievements. You should definitely consider checking out The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe.
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