Would You Team Up for a Site-Wide Trophy Hunting Tournament? Let Us Know!

By Sam Quirke, 4 months ago
It's been a tradition to have a "True" score team competition on our sister site TrueAchievements for many years now, and we're thinking of setting up a TrueTrophies version of the tournament, and would love to get your input!

You can see the 2018 final leaderboard of the GTASC (Great TrueAchievement Score Challenge) here - this contest ran for most of the year but we think for the inaugural TT version we would want it to last for around 12 weeks (approx 3 months). That means we'd need at least 13 teams of two to run the contest for that length of time.

Would you be interested in a TrueTrophies Score Challenge?Would you be interested in a TrueTrophies Score Challenge?

So how would a Great TrueTrophies Score Challenge work? Teams of two would enter the tournament and compete against other teams based on the change to their combined TrueTrophy Score earnings each week. The lowest scoring team(s) would be eliminated at the end of each week, and then the scores are reset and everyone goes again the next week.

Remember, TrueTrophy Score is variable — while earning more trophies will generally net you more TrueTrophy Score, every trophy will also be subject to score "decay" — the more people that unlock a trophy, the lower its rarity and the lower its TrueTrophy Score value becomes. So if your total TrueTrophies Score decays by 200 points during a week, you're going to need to work hard to end up with a positive score and beat your competition.

And don't worry if you are going to be away for a week - there are bonuses that can be used that should allow you to stay in for a week when you can't score anything.

So what do you think about trying this Challenge on TrueTrophies? Please vote in the poll below and let us know your thoughts in the comments!
Would you be interested in a team-based Great TrueTrophies Score Challenge?
  • Yes!75.22% (173)
  • No!24.78% (57)
We've had 230 responses.
Sam Quirke
Written by Sam Quirke
Sam has been gaming long enough to know the pain of a failed DOS install on the fifth floppy disc. When not hopelessly lost in the latest open-world epic, Sam is busy devouring books of all genres or trading Pokémon with his wife.