Do you care about your gamerscore? Some players care about their gamerscore and nothing else. They rush to beat as many games as they can and accrue as many points from each game as humanly possible before moving onto the next game. I’m kind of in between, I like having a high gamerscore, but I like to focus on multiplayer games as well which don’t always give you the most points.

Starting a new gaming account always comes with its own set of problems and setbacks. My Hybrd Cobra account had many things unlocked and games completed. My Galactic M3rc account, however, literally has nothing.

My current goal with my new account is to start getting my gamerscore up. Many people that may look at your profile will more than likely judge you by your gamerscore and with a super low score, you look like a noob. Well, I’m no noob, so I guess I gotta get this score up.

I think the hardest thing right now is deciding which games to play first to plus up my score. Game sharing with my main account gives me access to about 100 titles, plus game pass, so I really have a lot of choices. I’m thinking of playing through The Division again in preparation for the launch of The Divison 2, but it shouldn’t take me too long to beat, so I’ll definitely need to decide on more games to play.

What do you think a good score is for an avid player? 1000, 5000, 10000, or more? My old account had about 15,000 gamerscore, so I would at least like to beat that within the next year. Let me know what you think in the comments below and I’ll be sure to address it in another post. Thank you for reading.

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