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[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

TrueAchievements, the ground-breaking Xbox achievement tracking site, is delighted to announce a host of unique Xbox One gamer statistics.

After becoming the first site to track Xbox One achievements and challenges, TrueAchievements now offers time played, achievement progress and other game-specific stats for all Xbox One games.

·         Want to see how many online games of FIFA or NBA Live you’ve won (and lost!)?

·         Or how many times your friends have Prestiged in Call of Duty?

·         Maybe you wonder how long you spent killing zombies in Dead Rising 3 and just how many you’ve managed to slaughter?

TrueAchievements brings you all this information, and much more!

TrueAchievements CEO Rich Stone said: "The launch of Xbox One has brought with it many changes and improvements to the achievements system, as well as additional features such as challenges and game-specific stats. We are delighted to not only be the first, but the only place to bring these stats to gamers, along with easy-to-use friend-comparisons and site-wide leaderboards.“

“TrueAchievements has long been the first stop for achievement hunters everywhere and the addition of these new features, along with our new TrueAchiever Windows Phone app, brings a truly next-gen experience to their desktops and mobile devices."

TrueAchievements is free to join, has almost 200,000 members, and is approaching its 6 th birthday.

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