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'Gears of War 2' "Seriously 2.0" Achievement Already Unlocked

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Posted October 30, 2008 - By bleahy

Gears of War came with an achievement named "Seriously..." to get 10,000 kills in ranked multiplayer matches and most gamers never saw it unlocked. Gears of War 2 features an update to the achievement called "Seriously 2.0", which asks gamers to get 100,000 all-purpose kills.

These could be enemy kills in campaign, kills in Horde mode, or kills in ranked or unranked multiplayer. It's certainly less strict, but you'd think that 10 times the number of kills would take a long time, right?

Wrong. In fact, it takes less than 24 hours of played time to achieve.

Hit the cut for the details

Stefan Hobman sent OXM UK the following details about the achievement along with the picture proof:

  • There is NO gamerpic for getting Seriously 2.0, unlike the original Seriously achievement.
  • It's possible to get 100 kills a minute.
  • The achievement can be unlocked in under 24 hours actual gameplay time.
  • The easiest way to get the achievement is by repeatedly playing the last level of Gears of War 2's Campaign mode.

This is good news because we want that 1000/1000 on Gears of War 2.

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