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Here's What Xbox One's Achievement Notifications Look Like

Posted on Friday, October 18 @ 12:30:14 PST by Alex_Osborn

The fancy new animation style of Xbox One's Achievement notification system has been revealed, and believe it or not it's quite similar to what we've all grown familiar with on Xbox 360.

Gearnuke managed to capture the animation during a match of Killer Instinct. Give it a look below.

What do you think? Too reminiscent of the Xbox 360's? Too different? I don't know how I feel about the super deep forest green color. Something a bit brighter to catch the eye would have been preferred in my opinion—but then again, maybe the idea is to go with something that isn't too distracting.

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