how it works… manage your gaming time
Become the master of your schedule, and finally get all those massive games finished
You will need an xbox one / a shameful gaming backlog optional an iron will / no social life
In the games industry today, size is everything. Gone is the era of the shortbut-spectacular shooter – now, any AAA title worth its salt is expected to provide a sprawling open world ready to suck up 100 hours of your time.
How on earth are we mere mortals supposed to keep up? Played at a leisurely pace, you could spend half the year chipping away at Assassin’s Creed
Odyssey – but the gaming gods allowed us only three weeks to speed through it before Red Dead Redemption 2 launched. Now, not long after, we’ve already got Just Cause 4, Darksiders III, Hitman 2, Starlink and more fighting for our time, with Kingdom Hearts III, Crackdown 3, Anthem and
Sekiro all waiting on the horizon for early next year If you want to keep up – and actually see the final cutscenes of some of these beasts – you’ll need to take control of your gaming schedule. Sure, your quality time with your Xbox One may be your chance to relax and have fun, but that doesn’t mean it can’t also be ruthlessly efficient. With our simple tips and tricks, you can turn that backlog of halffinished games into a stack of proudly conquered worlds, and finally understand what your friends mean when they reference that twist ending…