Xbox Game Pass Quests: Here's the TA community's tips and tricks for completing them

By Sean Carey,
The latest Xbox Game Pass Quests are now live, and we've rounded up all your tips and tricks from across the forums to help you complete them. This week's new Quests combined with the monthlies makes for a total of seven game-specific quests. Unfortunately, a number of these quests will either unlock an achievement or not work at all if you've already finished off the game.


First, let's start with the weeklies. The Dead by Daylight Quest requires you to make it out alive six times for 50 Rewards points. As it turns out, this one could be quite tricky. You might want to set up a Dead by Daylight Boosting Session here on TA and see if you can work together with other TA members to unlock this Quest. However, according to xWSx Logan in our forums, trying to complete this in a custom game doesn't count towards Quest progress. You also could unlock an achievement fairly easily in trying to attempt this one, so just bear that in mind if you don't want the game showing up on your Gamertag.

For the LEGO Worlds Quest, you need to collect 100,000 studs for another 50 Rewards points. For this one, you're definitely going to unlock an achievement. TangerineGamer points out in our forums that the Rank - Learner Builder! achievement unlocks as soon as you step foot in the first world. Collecting 100,00 studs shouldn't be too hard for this one though. Breaking items as you come across them drops studs, so it's just a matter of having the time to collect enough of them. You will, however, have to grab an additional 100,000 studs on top of what you already own.

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The LEGO NINJAGO Movie Video Game Quest requires you to collect five gold bricks for 50 Rewards points. To grab these points easily, planchetflaw has noted some cheat codes that will earn you two gold bricks per level completion. However, some are reporting that the codes don't work for them. As a note, you won't be able to complete this quest if you've already collected all the gold bricks in the game. You'll also unlock an achievement once you obtain your fifth gold brick.

To complete the Black Desert Quest for 75 Rewards points, you need to earn 2000 gifted sellswords. Gifted Sellswords is a fancy name for experience earned. To complete the quest without unlocking an achievement you're best bet is to join an XP+ server, and play through a couple of missions. Just be sure not to let your character level up to level 10 otherwise you'll pop an achievement.


The DOOM Quest will have you getting 50 barrel kills for another 75 Rewards points. For this one, if you play Snapmap id: 7Y5RL5QY a couple of times (thanks, WookieStick), you should easily get enough barrel kills for the quest. Just don't go over one hundred barrel kills or you'll unlock an achievement. You'll also need to play that Snapmap online for it to register.

The solution for the Kingdom Come: Deliverance Quest comes from SouperH2O. All you need to do is collect 20 money for 75 Rewards points. In the starting area of the game, simply grab all the vegetables from around your house as well as the lentil soup on the table. Find the trader that sells food in town and flog them your food. You'll not unlock an achievement using this solution.


For the Terraria Quest, all you need to do is collect 1000 resources for 75 Rewards points. This one is pretty straightforward, but you will unlock an achievement for starting the game's tutorial, so bear that in mind and try to avoid it if you can. Smoky Brenneth notes that wood doesn't count towards the 1000 resource goal for some reason — dirt and ores do count, however.

Do you have any more tips and tricks on how to complete these Xbox Game Pass Quests? Let us know in the comments below.
Sean Carey
Written by Sean Carey
Sean graduated from Southampton Solent University with a first-class honours degree in Journalism, which he uses to keep TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies topped up with gaming and industry news. When not scouring the web for the latest big story, you’ll find him tearing up the streets in Forza Horizon 5 or picking up wins in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0.
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