So one of the cooler features of the Xbox One is to compare stats of games played with friends. This is very cool meta-data for people like me, and one of the things Microsoft promised prior to launch. Unfortunately it's broken.
I was comparing some stats today, and my "Crimson Dragon" playtime reads "6 days". Unfortunately (and fortunately), this is not even close to accurate as I've probably put 10 hours tops into this game. I haven't checked out any other stats to verify if the whole system is broken or not, but this is mildly disappointing. Hopefully it gets fixed in a patch. --- Great job! PSN - CameraManDan, XBL - CameraManDanXBL
No, because it tracks hours played, and what I assume is supposed to be a 24 hour day. Glitches out after several hours. I've seen people with games played for 100 days... --- Great job! PSN - CameraManDan, XBL - CameraManDanXBL
The game statistics data that I've compared to my friends on Xbox Live and so far the statistics look correct... --- | Undead Soldier | Undead Army | Undead Hollywood | | Xbox Live Gamertag: Capatan Azn Man | Always using my phone's browser, excuse the spelling mistakes |
Yeah, it says I've played AC4 for 3 days. I've played it a lot, but not that much. --- "Immigrants. That's all they do, you know. Just driving around, listening to raps, shooting all the jobs." - Malory Archer GT: Bessy67
Yeah, it says I've played AC4 for 3 days. I've played it a lot, but not that much.
I think it starts glitching out after you get into the double digits for hours. All of my single digit hours games are pretty accurate, but the ones that are 10+ hours read as me playing them for multiple days.
Very strange, as keeping track of time played is pretty simple to code. --- Great job! PSN - CameraManDan, XBL - CameraManDanXBL