A number of achievements that were impossible to obtain in Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion have been fixed in its latest Xbox update.With a recent update, Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion now achieves 100% completion, solving a problem with achievements. The Xbox version of the game received criticism for the unfortunate issue, so this news should please frustrated Xbox users.
A Zelda-like mixture of exploration, puzzles, and combat was the draw of the action-RPG Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion when it launched in 2021. The Xbox version of the game was plagued by a problem with two achievements months ago, with some players postponing their playthroughs until the problem was repaired.
Previously, another update with similar intentions had to be rolled back because it caused performance problems. This is not the first attempt to fix the achievements. In addition, the most recent update fixes things without introducing side effects, so anyone looking to maximize Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion's comedic world should download it, especially since it is still on Xbox Game Pass.
Achievements that were fixed are off the beaten path, and players must carry out specific actions in order to earn them. Consequently, the main story achievements are unaffected, which means the only audience affected would be completionists trying to reach 100% on the game. As a casual playthrough, Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion should only take you about three hours. For dedicated completionists who have already finished the game, replaying it to grab the two missing achievements only takes a small amount of time.
There are several advantages to playing Zelda-style action RPGs, including the option of optional sidequests and hidden secrets within the game worlds. In actual Zelda games, achievements have never been built in to unlock beyond the quests since Nintendo consoles do not have achievement systems. Since there is a clear confirmation of what is needed to reach all achievements, a lot of players start obsessing over small details if they have missed something.
For gamers who strive for 100% completion, broken achievements can be frustrating. Despite this, broken achievements are usually much less frustrating than actual game-breaking bugs, since completing the game is not affected.