Achievement of the Week for December 27th

By Jonathan Barnes, 2 years ago
Welcome back, Achievement Hunters!

First and foremost, thanks for the incredible feedback on this new feature. Our amazing tech elves are on the job to create some new site functionality to help track and note these achievements of the week and we'll be sure to keep you in the loop as new measures are added and implemented!

After last week's initial challenge of popping Clusterluck in Gears of War, we're back with the stats followup and the new challenge for this week.

Before we get into the new challenge, let's put a bow on last week's.

On December 20th, "Clusterluck" had been popped by 32,182 gamers (out of 151,943 on-site) and had a base score of 20G and a 2.17 ratio, which gave it a TA score of 43.

Today, "Clusterluck" has been unlocked by 32,297 gamers (out of 152,628 on-site). Despite our best efforts, the ratio has remained static at a 2.17, so those fearing a drop in their TA score after our first challenge can breath a bit easier this week.

This week's Achievement of the Week was voted as the "Best Achievement of the Generation" by the community. Let's dive in.

Call of Duty 4: Modern WarfareMile High ClubThe Mile High Club achievement in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare worth 41 pointsSky dive to safety on Veteran difficulty

Thus far, 38,666 gamers (out of 140,392 on-site) have popped the achievement.
"Mile High Club" has a base score of 20G and a 1.91 ratio, which pops the TA score up to 38.

The top solution comes from Wawa G Owns and has 390 positive votes.

This solution directs gamers to the following YouTube video which details virtually everything you need to know to pop the achievement.

Good Luck!

If you have a suggestion for an Achievement of the Week, be sure to let us know in the comments. Check back next Friday for the full report on how our community did popping this achievement as well as the announcement of our next Achievement of the Week!
Jonathan Barnes
Written by Jonathan Barnes
Jonathan has been a news/views contributor since 2010. When he's not writing reviews, features, and opinion pieces, he spends his days working as an informal science educator and his nights as an international man of mystery.