It is estimated that it will take between 20 and 25 hours to unlock Control’s 46 base achievements. Most of the list seems pretty manageable, though there are plenty of collectibles you’ll need to find, and the Master Parautilitarian achievement will allow you to complete all of the game’s side missions. Be sure to check out the excellent St3phosaurus control walkthrough. The check will also leave PC Game Pass where it has a separate Windows Achievements list.
The support should take you less than ten hours, but you will have to watch out for some missing achievements during your game. While most are pretty straightforward, you’ll need to find plenty of collectibles, and if you miss one you’ll need to replay the game to unlock certain achievements. If you haven’t started The Medium and want that 1000G, we recommend playing while following our The Medium walkthrough (written by CitrineWorm138), which details where to find those pesky collectibles.
Final Fantasy: XII Age of the Zodiac
If you haven’t started Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age, you better put your skates on as estimates suggest it will take between 80 and 100 hours to unlock all 40 achievements. The game has quite gritty and challenging achievements with Mist Walker, Imperator, Scrivener, Hunter Extraordinaire, and Cartographer. We also have a fantastic walkthrough for Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (written by xDaff), so be sure to check it out if you want to complete it. Once you clear the console list, you can then work your way through the Windows version of Final Fantasy XII, which has its own separate achievement list.
The Falconeer will take around 15-20 hours to complete, based on on-site estimates. There are plenty of high-ratio achievements on offer here – of the 32,000 who have this one on their tag, only 536 (2%) have completed it. This is largely due to the fact that a few of The Falconeer’s achievements were broken at launch, and some of them are just a pain to complete. Be sure to check out some of the guides (especially for the Steel Surgeon achievement) if you’re looking to grab the full 1000G,
Project Winter currently has an abandoned achievement, although the developers are aware of this and a fix is on the way. With the achievement fixed, it will take you between 20 and 25 hours to complete the multiplayer survival game base roster. Completing Project Winter is a pretty tough one if you’re a solo player, so it might be worth looking for other like-minded people to bolster this one.
Code Vein has a list of achievements that will gobble up between 60 and 80 hours of your time, depending on the estimate. The action-RPG requires you to play the game three times to see all of its endings, which can be a hassle if you don’t feel like it. Fortunately, HappyTheDevil has written a great Code Vein walkthrough that will make things easier. Code Vein also has a separate Windows Achievements list that is also leaving PC Game Pass on the same date.
All of these games will release from Xbox Game Pass on February 15.
Microsoft also announced which games will be coming to Xbox Game Pass over the next two weeks, including Contrast, Besiege, Edge of Eternity, and more.
Sad to see one of them go? Which do you have to finish before the 15th? Let us know in the comments.