21 August 2009 – Badges in Need For Speed Shift.
In addition to simply levelling up your Driver Profile (Read an article you can -=-Here-=-), Shift also features Badges, which are earned upon completing particular objectives throughout your career and similar in essence to Xbox 360 Achievements/PS3 Trophies.
There are hundreds of badges in the game, each split across four categories – Track, Race, Career and Online – and across into two types, Minor and Master. Each Minor Badge that you earn goes towards unlocking a Master Badge (of which there are 27 in total), which online rivals will be able to view from your Driver Profile page.
To give you an example, there are ten Minor Badges to be earned in the ‘Trading Paint’ badge category. Earn all ten and you’ll win yourself the Trading Paint Master Badge, which is then displayed on your profile page for all the world to see.
There are a variety of different badges to be earned, ranging from driving on every track in the game, racking up the mileage on particular cars, earning consecutive podium finishes, defeating rivals and so on. And if you want to collect them all you’ve certainly got your work cut out.
Here’s the full list of Master Badges and their descriptions:
Clean Race – Europe Tracks: Complete one race on each European track, placing 3rd or better – avoid car collisions and driving off track
Clean Race – Japan Tracks: Complete one race on each Japanese track, placing 3rd or better – avoid car collisions and driving off track
Clean Race – US Tracks: Complete one race on each US track, placing 3rd or better – avoid car collisions and driving off track
Europe Corner Master: Master all the corners on each European track – stick to racing line in marked corners with speed
Japan Corner Master: Master all the corners on each Japanese track – stick to racing line in marked corners with speed
US Corner Master: Master all the corners on each US track – stick to racing line in marked corners with speed
Trading Paint: Trade paint with opponents by hitting their car
Clean Overtake: Pass opponents without making any contact
Dirty Overtake: Make contact with your opponents as you force your way past them
Drafting: Draft opponent cars – get close enough to them to reduce wind drag on your car
Perfect Launch: Start the race at the perfect RPM, as indicated by the HUD’s gear indicator turning green.
Difficulty: Keep improving your skills – finish 1st on highest AI difficulty possible
Iron Man: Place on the podium in consecutive races
Star Collector: Earn all available stars in all Tier 1, 2, 3 and 4 events
Endurance: Finish 1st in every Endurance event
Series: Place 1st in overall series points in all Series events
Mixed Track: Place 1st in overall series points in all Mixed Track events
Defeat Rivals: Defeat all Career Rivals drivers in all Rival events
US Manufacturer Loyalty: Rack up the mileage on your US cars
JP Manufacturer Loyalty: Rack up the mileage on your Japanese cars
EU Manufacturer Loyalty: Rack up the mileage on your European cars
Online Domination: Place 3rd or better in Online events
Online Europe Champion: Finish 1st at each European track, in an Online Ranked Race or Time Attack event
Online Japan Champion: Finish 1st at each Japanese track, in an Online Ranked Race or Time Attack event
Online US Champion: Finish 1st at each US track, in an Online Ranked Race or Time Attack event
Online Drift Champion: Finish 1st at each drift track, in an Online Ranked Drift event
Driver Duel Championship: Battle to the top of the Online Driver Duel ladder – defend Championship against multiple challengers
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