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Oflline achievement to register online?

#1MestizoFreakPosted 7/29/2011 12:28:28 PM
I'm taking my 360 out to a party overnight, but won't have a way to connect it to LAN. How can any achievement I get offline be later recognized on my gamertag's gamerscore?
#2FoppePosted 7/29/2011 12:32:09 PM
Connect system to Xbox Live later and it will add your earned achievements.
They will however have no timestamps.
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#3Link43130Posted 7/29/2011 12:37:39 PM
However if you recover your gamertag after gaining the offline achievements but before going online to have them added then you will lose those achievements.
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#4MestizoFreak(Topic Creator)Posted 7/29/2011 12:47:11 PM
No, I mean one system, one gamertag, and 1 hard drive. Only difference is online connectivity will be taken off for the night.
#5YouNeedAHelmetPosted 7/29/2011 12:48:49 PM

From: Foppe | #002
Connect system to Xbox Live later and it will add your earned achievements.
They will however have no timestamps.

#6stapler87Posted 7/29/2011 12:50:34 PM
psychopathic ryda posted...
From: Foppe | #002
Connect system to Xbox Live later and it will add your earned achievements.
They will however have no timestamps.

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#7MestizoFreak(Topic Creator)Posted 7/29/2011 12:51:49 PM
I know. I was just replying to Link, who suggested a gamertag recovery.
#8Link43130Posted 7/29/2011 1:48:40 PM
Just letting you know (also to provide the information in case someone else is looking for the information and finds the topic).
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#9pakathecatPosted 7/29/2011 1:52:50 PM
You'll be fine. I take mine offline all the time on purpose so I don't get bothered by friend notifications, and also to do stuff like clear the cache to play Borderlands without the patch, ect.
#10CapwnDPosted 7/29/2011 2:01:05 PM
Just to clarify, LAN generally is a Local Network (Local Area Network) so like if you had a LAN party it would be a bunch of computers or xboxes hooked up to each other with a router or switch or hub.

A LAN party at my house would still be online because we'd all just hook into the router and my switches. But it would still be a LAN party, or we could all go online together. We would still call it a LAN party I guess, so maybe that's what you meant....

I think what you mean to say is simply that you can't connect online, or that your LAN party isn't able to connect to the internet.

Anyways, just to clear that up. :)
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