Fight Night Round 4 achievements

Fight Night Round 4

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There are a maximum of 33 Fight Night Round 4 achievements worth 2,775 (1,000)

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XL in Fight Night Round 4

XL428 (50)

Win the Middleweight Championship Belt in Online World Championship Mode.

  • Unlocked by 464 tracked gamers (1% - TA Ratio = 8.55) 34,056  

Achievement Guide for XL

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Achievement won on 02 Mar 14
TA Score for this game: 2,775
Posted on 12 March 14 at 19:40
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Alright, so since nobody on TA seems to want to write up a solution for this achievement, allow me to let the cat out of the bag. This is bound to piss off ratio hunters who have been keeping quiet about these achievements since the game's release in 2009...


Here we go...

There are 2 methods of getting these title achievements in 'Fight Night Round 4.'

METHOD 1 : Get whoever currently has the title to give you a title shot and either get themselves disqualified so they drop the title to you, or beat them legitimately. This method most likely will not work for you. Why? Because the title system is set up in such a way that you have to defend your title six times every 36 hours otherwise the title will reset back to whoever is #1 on the leaderboards. It just so happens that most of the players in the top 10 on every division's leaderboards are boosters who either don't have the game anymore, or are protecting their precious TA ratio and would never actually defend the title or help out another booster.

That brings us to...

METHOD 2 : Get to #1 in the leaderboard for whichever division you're hunting the title for. I'm not going to lie, this method is a pain in the ass. You're going to need either a group of 6-8 other trustworthy (with achievements like this, there's always the risk of someone getting the title and running away with it, essentially screwing over everybody else who worked for it) boosters, or one or two other friends of yours with time to spare who would be willing to buy a few one month XBL cards.

Me and my friends did the latter.

Basically there were four of us, which gave us access to four accounts. Then two of us went out and bought two one month XBL trials and shared the account information with the rest of the group, giving everybody access to multiple accounts, and bringing our total number of XBL accounts up to eight - Just enough to do our job.

The Heavyweight division is set up to where you currently need just over 6,900 points to reach the number 1 spot - Middleweight is around 5,700 points, and Lightweight is around 4,500 points.

You can tackle whichever division you want to first - Lightweight is the easiest, Middleweight is normal, and Heavyweight is basically an exercise in slave labor. Knowing that, we decided to hit Heavyweight first to get the hardest part out of the way right off the bat.


Basically, you're going to be bringing a minimum of four different accounts into the top 100 on each leaderboard by using either dummy accounts or other boosters to get you there by giving those four accounts constant wins. For the sake of clarity for this solution, we'll call the four accounts going into the top 100 the COLLECTORS, and the other accounts will be referred to as the GIVERS.

The skill points system is set up to where everytime you get a win off of a certain player/dummy account you get less points fighting that player again. Your player hub holds your 10 most recent opponents - Keep fighting the same guy over and over again and you'll find yourself getting fewer and fewer points. This means that you'll alternate givers after every 3 fights to ensure a steady stream of points into your collectors.

IMPORTANT NOTES - The givers NEED to reset their boxer after every 3 wins. Everytime the givers give out 3 wins they need to back out to the OWC hub, highlight their boxer, and press X to REMOVE BOXER to reset. Why? Because boxers with LOSING RECORDS give LESS points. The more losses these accounts have, the less points the main accounts will be getting. So don't forget to reset the stats on the givers accounts after every 3 losses.


Each collector's player hub should look something like this...


Rinse and repeat.

For Heavyweight, you're going to want to have have your collectors accounts at 4,500 - 4,000, 3,500, and 3,000. You then decide which account is going to go to number 1 in the leaderboard and the other 3 collectors then become givers for that account.

DO NOT RESET THE NEW GIVERS. It doesn't matter if they end up with losing records or not, they'll still be giving a solid amount of points to the main collector due to their high skill level.

For Middleweight and Lightweight you want to do the same exact method with boosting four collectors into the top 100, but with less points. For Middleweight, you should have your collectors at 4,000 - 3,500 - 3,000 - and 2,500. For Lightweight, you should have your accounts at 3,000 - 2,500 - 2,000, and 1,500.
So you made it to #1, now what?

Now you play the waiting game. If the title is currently on a booster (k4ng4rooz, nv kid robot, latefullm - pretty much everybody in the top 10) all you have to do is wait until the title resets back to #1 in the leaderboard, because these people don't even play anymore. If the title is on a legitimate player you're going to have to wait longer if they're actually defending it. Odds are they'll either lose it to someone who won't defend, or they themselves won't defend enough and will be stripped of it when it resets after 36 hours.


In closing, I hope this guide has been of help to you. This is my first submitted solution, so if you have any questions or comments, feel free to reply and I'll do my best to help you out.

Happy boosting.
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