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Ultimate Endurance II achievement in Trials Evolution

Ultimate Endurance II

Pass Level 15 in Neverending Trials.

Ultimate Endurance II0
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How to unlock the Ultimate Endurance II achievement

  • TreysForDayysTreysForDayys520,279
    23 Dec 2012 23 Dec 2012 04 Jan 2013
    22 4 45
    I must of played a good 300-400 rounds of this before I finally beat 15 levels in a row. Might sound a bit bad but it kept trolling me over and over, it would give me a row of like 10-14 easy/medium/hard ones which I can pass then the last one would be some stupid one I would mess up on. On my run which I got the achievement in I got only 1 difficult one, the rest werent very hard. The point is, keep trying and trying and you will eventually get lucky and get a load of ones that aren't too difficult.

    The obstacles are completely random but can start getting tricky from as early as round 6 and as late as round 10 or even higher. If you've gotten to round 10 at least once you are good enough to get this achievement, just keep at it.

    As for bikes between the Banshee and Phoenix it really doesn't matter, I tried numerous attempts with the Banshee, even getting 1 round off with it a few times, then I finally done it with the Phoenix, so pick which bike you prefer. Good luck.

    The achievement will unlock as soon as the number of rounds reaches 16. This is because you must pass round 15, not get to it.

    I also uploaded my replay to youtube, I would say only number 10 was one of the ones that are a bit difficult and I got lucky.

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    x InSoMniA oFuck yeah, just got this achievement. Takes a lot of practice and patience, spent absolutely ages on this crap. Banshee all the way though for this achievement smile
    Posted by x InSoMniA o on 30 Sep 19 at 13:38
    WaKK0rWould really have loved to go for this achievement, but unfortunately i didn't buy the dlc back then, rip. cry
    Posted by WaKK0r on 15 Jul 20 at 23:46
    GMHOTJust got this today! Had written it off for several years as practically impossible, but once I realized that it is of course possible with practice, I started practicing for 10 minutes every day just to get accustomed to the game again and to decrease any performance anxiety through consistent exposure. I started an Excel spreadsheet to track my performance improvement to prove that I do get better over time. Once I hit 12/16 and realized I am close enough, I increased the time I put in from 10 minutes a day to up to four hours a day. Two weeks later I finally got 18 rounds complete.

    Practice and endurance really is key here, especially since there are two elements of luck involved - the RNG related to the levels generated and whether or not you will manage to complete difficult tracks you only 0 fault with mediocre consistency successively to the point you pass the requirement of the achievement.

    There are a few fundamental techniques which should be mastered in order to drastically increase the overall probability of success, most of which have been already explained in this thread. One which does not seem to have been explained here is how to get back up after leaning forward on the right side of a square block with only the left wheel going in reverse as what keeps the rider from falling. If you very slowly lean forward as far possible, while maintaining full reverse to keep the rider attached to the edge, and avoid jerking so that you just fall off, you may thereafter quickly lean backwards, and you will get enough momentum to get back up on the platform. This is especially useful during levels with multiple small square blocks, or whenever there is a large jump and the platform you land on is small; you should therefore aim for overshooting rather than not getting on a platform at all, since you can save yourself from the right side quite easily with this technique.
    Posted by GMHOT on 26 Apr 21 at 12:00
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  • Basta37Basta37383,196
    04 Jan 2015 11 Jan 2015
    12 0 0
    In addition to already excellent guide from TreysForDayys there are 2 good resources I've used to get this achievement:

    First, there are 2 tracks from Track Central created by user "A DELI MEAT" called Neverending Trials 1 and 2. Those tracks have very similar levels as in real Neverending Trials game, but you can return to last checkpoint/level as much as you like and practice. Obstacles aren't exactly the same as in skill game and not all of them are covered, but they were really helpful for me as I was able to get the feel of what I need to do and practice it. Just make sure you use all uppercase letters when searching the tracks by gamertag.

    Second, there is a video I've found showing 110 rounds uploaded by TBNSoty which I've used a lot. It helped me understand proper technique used to pass the level. Actually I've used it so much that I've created web page with thumbnails of every level featured in video and linked it to correct position in video: https://sites.google.com/site/neverendingtrialsvideos/

    BTW. I played around 70 hours of Neverending Trials before getting the achievement, so good luck and just keep at it.
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