6 Hidden Game Achievements you shouldn’t miss

Players will have to do a little bit of digging if they are interested in exploring the 6 hidden game achievements in this article below.

6 Hidden Game Achievements you shouldn't miss

Most game achievements are straightforward and will get unlocked in due time, such as collecting specific items or defeating certain enemies. Many achievements are hidden as they contain content that would spoil certain events in the game, others are kept hidden to make it harder for players to discover and obtain them. For completionist players, gathering all achievements is a must, but they must use the power of the internet to discover hidden achievements.

Some games such as Fallout 4 hide all their achievements on Steam to keep players in the dark regarding the game’s story, but it is highly unlikely that the average player will be able to obtain all achievements without consulting the internet.

6/ Fector’s Challenge

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Journey of the Prairie King is a game within Stardew Valley’s Stardrop Saloon. The Journey of the Prairie King is a top-down shooter with players fighting zombie waves. Players have many powerups to pick up and a shop system to keep players at an advantage.

There are two achievements from Journey of the Prairie King, the first is simply completing the game. The second achievement is a secret, requiring players to complete the mini-game without dying once. The minigame is long and will cause players to slip up once and die, causing their run to reset. Players interested in doing a completionist run for Stardew Valley will have to complete Fector’s Challenge.

Beating Journey of the Prairie King rewards players with a Prairie King Arcade System that will be delivered by mail the following day. Sadly, players that beat the game without taking damage once do not receive any special reward other than the Fector’s Challenge achievement.

5/ Dark Lord

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There is more than one ending for Dark Souls, but most players only know of one. After defeating Gwyn, most players will search for a Bonfire to rest at. After a boss fight, players gave grow to expect the appearance of a Bonfire so that they may rest.

Depending on how engaged players are on the lore during their first playthrough, most players were unaware of an alternative other than sacrificing themselves. Leaving the boss’s lair without igniting the Bonfire will earn players the Dark Lord achievement.

Luckily, completionists will still be able to obtain this achievement in an NG+ run and obtain all achievements in a single character.

4/ Ding!

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Collectibles are a hallmark of many old-school video games. For example, in Resident Evil 4, players need to destroy blue medallions in many areas of the game. In Limbo, there are hidden eggs throughout various levels in the game. Players will need to gather 10 eggs hidden throughout specific chapters and complete the game.

After completing the game and gathering 10 eggs, players will be able to access a secret chapter. The secret level is challenging and will require many attempts to complete. Secret levels are always rewarding to explore, especially when gamers already complete a game. Having new content to play with a secret achievement will leave any player feeling rewarded.

3/ Rainbow Bright

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Monster Hunter: World is full of wildlife that is colorful and pretty. Many of the species in the game are difficult to find and will go unnoticed by most players. Every creature has its habits, the special area it recedes in, and other factors such as time. There are many guides to help players find rare endemic life in Iceborne and the base game. Finding all the rare creatures is an extra layer of content that many players will enjoy as a side activity.

The prism hercudrome is a rare creature that will only reveal itself during dawn and dusk as it has a crepuscular schedule. The prism hercudrome is a shiny rainbow-colored beetle that many players do not know exists.

Catching bugs is an engaging side activity within Monster Hunter: World, as players can display their rare catches in their homes. Keeping achievements hidden rewards players for exploring and does not spoil any game content.

2/ Homerun!

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All the achievements for Fallout 4 are hidden on Steam. Before the war, Diamond City was a baseball stadium, but the true nature of the sport has died out. The people in Fallout have created a far more violent recreation of baseball that would spark up a fun yet brutal game. There are many hidden details most players do not know about Diamond City, many of which are trivia from our non-nuclear modern life.

There are four baseball bases throughout Diamond City in a pentagonal shape. They start near Publick Occurrences and will require players to begin from the first base and sprint to their home run. After doing the homerun correctly, players will obtain the secret Homerun! achievement.

The chances of a player discovering this on their own are low but change if they are a baseball fan. As a hint from the Devs, the Diamond City security guards will drop clues about running the bases. Additionally, the bases are numerically numbered from I to III to help players know where to begin.

1/ How Did We Get Here?

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Minecraft’s achievements are usually ignored as players have seen them numerous times every time they play in a new world. New achievements are constantly being added to the game, with the most recent addition being the Minecraft Sneak 100 achievement. There are only a few hidden achievements in Minecraft, but one of them is extremely rare. “How Did We Get Here” requires players to have every possible status effect active.

Preparing for this achievement will take lots of time and items. Players will need to have 20 status effects active at once. Many guides create an easy-to-follow process to aid players in obtaining the achievement. It is recommended to perform this achievement in an advanced world with lots of resources, as players will require a wide variety of potions.