Xbox's first 166G achievement spotted in Five Nights at Freddy's mash-up

By Luke Albigés,
Achievement hunters with a hatred for irregular Gamerscore values might want to look away now — the Ultimate Custom Night achievements list includes not one but two strange and unique rewards. The Five Nights at Freddy's mash-up, which launches on Xbox One next week, includes one achievement worth 166G and another for 133G, both of which are the only values of their kind in the entire Xbox catalogue. Oh, and there's a 1G achievement in there as well, because why wouldn't there be?

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The two main offenders here look like they might actually prove somewhat challenging, with both offered for surviving a night with all 50 of the game's creepy animatronics on higher difficulty tiers. Since 20 is the maximum difficulty, 50/15 in particular could be pretty nasty. It also looks like the game might pull the cheap trick of handing you its 1G achievement on a plate, tasking you with doing both of these gruelling tasks if you want to round out your Gamerscore again. Rude.

Ultimate Custom Night50/15The 50/15 achievement in Ultimate Custom Night worth 2408 pointsComplete a night with all characters at 15 or higher.

Ultimate Custom Night50/10The 50/10 achievement in Ultimate Custom Night worth 1725 pointsComplete a night with all characters at 10 or higher.

Weird Gamerscore rewards aren't exactly uncommon in the Five Nights at Freddy's games. The Five Nights at Freddy's 2 achievements play host to a 135G achievement (of which only four others exist, including one in Pimp My Ride), while most of the others feature somewhat unusual reward values between 50G and 120G. The first four games are available on Xbox Game Pass, with the first two looking like quick and easy completions, and the others... not so much.

Do you plan on going for these one-of-a-kind achievements when Ultimate Custom Night launches next week, or do achievement scores that aren't multiples of five wound your very soul? Let us know below!
Luke Albigés
Written by Luke Albigés
Luke runs the TA news team, contributing where he can primarily with reviews and other long-form features — crafts he has honed across two decades of print and online gaming media experience, having worked with the likes of gamesTM, Eurogamer, Play, Retro Gamer, Edge, and many more. He loves all things Monster Hunter, enjoys a good D&D session, and has played way too much Destiny.
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