The popular and critically acclaimed Xbox One video game, Ori and the Blind Forest, recently launched on Nintendo’s Nintendo Switch console and joined Minecraft in being one of the few titles on the Switch that could earn players Xbox Achievements.
Unfortunately, while Nintendo Switch owners have been able to unlock some of the Ori and the Blind Forest Xbox Achievements and earn the associated Gamerscore with each unlock, the Achievements themselves have apparently been missing from the Xbox apps and the Xbox One profiles.
A spokesperson for Moon Studios, the developers behind the game, contacted WC and confirmed that they’re aware of the bug and that they’re already working on a fix that will be rolled out in a future update.
For the meantime, players can continue to play Ori and the Blind Forest on the Nintendo Switch and unlock Xbox Achievements as the bug only seems to be affecting their visibility on other platforms. Once the update rolls out, all of the unlocked Achievements should immediately become visible.
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