Tell Me Why Chapter 2 adds 10 new achievements — available now with Xbox Game Pass

By Sean Carey,
Tell Me Why Chapter 2 is out now and available to download. We've also picked up the Chapter 2 achievement list which adds another 500 Gamerscore to the game.


The second chapter continues with both Alyson and Tyler searching for more answers about their mysterious past. Using their supernatural powers, the pair will be forced to reexamine painful memories to try and detangle the truth.

These new achievements increase the overall total Gamerscore for Tell My Why to 1,000G. A third and final chapter is due to launch next week on September 10th, and it's possible we could get yet another 500G with the finale bringing the total up to 1,500G. From what we can see, this new achievement list looks to be pretty straightforward, so you shouldn't have any trouble popping the 10 new achievements. For more, be sure to check out our spoiler-free Tell Me Why review.

There are 10 achievements worth a total of 500 Gamerscore, six of which are secret (to reveal the details of the secret achievements, please use this link).
Name Description Gamerscore
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 100
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 50
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 50
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 50
Guess Who? Figure out who inspired each Book of Goblin character 50
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 50
Sharp Shooter Win the plushie battle 50
Kick Me Stick a note on Tyler's back 25
Moo'd Changer Prove to Tyler that moo boxes are actually funny 25
Secret Achievement Continue playing to unlock this achievement. 50
Tell Me Why is available to play via Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Game Pass for PC. Chapter 3 drops on September 10th.
Sean Carey
Written by Sean Carey
Hey, I’m Sean! I joined both TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies as a staff writer in 2019. I’m a big fan of the Metal Gear Solid series and love a good narrative adventure. Most evenings you’ll find me failing to get a win in Call of Duty: Warzone.