[0.13] Per save achievements / Re-Give Achievement When Starting new Game (Locally)

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[0.13] Per save achievements / Re-Give Achievement When Starting new Game (Locally)

Post by credomane »

It would be awesome if achievements were handled a bit like Minecraft (sorry, not sorry).

Each world has the list of achievements just for that world but you also have, like the current design, global achievements that you have achieved on any world.

Unlocking an achievement on the world save also unlocks it globally which triggers the steam achievement for the Steam versions of Factorio.

Perhaps some of the achievements would listed as global only. Such as "Lazy bastard".
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I agree, per-save achievements would be a welcome change--as an option, at least!

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[0.13] Re-Give Achievement When Starting new Game (Locally)

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It would be nice if you start a new game that you are still rewarded the Achievement locally letting you know you earned it again. Maybe also have another color or something on a new game showing ones you have earned before but you know you have not earned it during that game.

I think it's very rewarding re-unlocking old Achievements over and over. Feels rewarding.

Also I hope down the road we can have a local Achievements system that can allow mod developers to access the API and just add fun Achievements to the game.

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