Xbox Game Pass Quests: How to complete September's Quests

By Sean Carey,

New Xbox Game Pass Quests are now live, and we've rounded up all of the top tips and tricks from the TA community to help you complete those challenges and earn yourself some sweet Microsoft Rewards Points.

Xbox Game Pass Quests give you the chance to rack up Microsoft Rewards Points by completing simple tasks relating to games included in the Xbox Game Pass library. These points can then be redeemed for things like Xbox Gift Cards, Xbox Game Pass subscriptions, and more.

Xbox Game Pass Quests

Xbox Game Pass Daily Quests

NameObjectivesReward Points
Play Game Pass Play any Game Pass game3

Xbox Game Pass Weekly Quests

These Xbox Game Pass Quests can be earned between September, 27th and October 3rd.
NameObjectivesReward Points
Earn Your WayUnlock 3 achievements or play 3 different Game Pass games10
Complete 3 Daily QuestsComplete 3 daily quests this week10
Tunic *Play25
Road 96Play25
* These quests require an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription.

How to complete the Tunic Xbox Game Pass Quest

First up, we have the Tunic Xbox Game Pass Quest for 25 Microsoft Rewards Points, which is only available to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers. To complete this one, all you have to do is load into the game. Tunic also is playable using Xbox Cloud Gaming, making it super easy to polish off this Quest.

How to complete the Road 96 Xbox Game Pass Quest

Next, we have the Road 96 Xbox Game Pass Quest, which is worth another 25 Microsoft Rewards Points. All you need to do to complete this one is start up the game. Road 96 does support Xbox Cloud Gaming, so you can quickly cross this Quest off the list by using the streaming service.

Xbox Game Pass Monthly Quests

These Xbox Game Pass Quests can be earned between September 6th and October 3rd.
NameObjectivesReward Points
Quest DedicationComplete 12 daily and 8 weekly quests:
- Complete 12 daily quests this month to earn Rewards points
- Complete 8 weekly quests this month to earn Rewards points
100
Quest CompletionistComplete 22 daily and 12 weekly quests:
- Complete 22 daily quests this month to earn Rewards points
- Complete 12 weekly quests this month to earn Rewards points
1000
Game Pass ExplorerPlay 4 different Game Pass games10
Quest BeginnerComplete 6 daily and 4 weekly quests:
- Complete 6 daily quests this month to earn Rewards points
- Complete 4 weekly quests this month to earn Rewards points
25
Burnout Paradise Remastered *Get 1 Takedown!75
Middle-Earth: Shadow of WarGet 25 kills75
Rush: A Disney Pixar AdventureGet 5,000 Swim distance75
Wolfenstein: The New OrderGet 1 kill75
* These quests require an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription.

How to complete the Burnout Paradise Remastered Xbox Game Pass Quest

Onto the monthlies! First is the Burnout Paradise Remastered Xbox Game Pass Quest, which is worth 75 Microsoft Rewards Points and requires an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription To pop this Quest, you will need to get one Takedown in the driving. If you’re new to the game, you should be able to complete this Quest without popping an achievement. Start a new game, and once you’ve loaded into the world, instead of going into the auto repair shop, turn left into the Road Rage event close by. As soon as you start, ram an opponent off the track to get a Takedown. This should unlock the Quest without popping an achievement. Sadly, Burnout Paradise: Remastered is not included with Xbox Cloud Gaming, so you’ll need to download it for the Quest.

How to complete the Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Xbox Game Pass Quest

Next, we have the Middle-Earth: Shadow of War Xbox Game Pass Quest, which is worth another 75 Microsoft Rewards Points. This Quest asks you to get 25 kills, which is pretty simple. Following prakkero's advice in the forum, all you need to do is start a new game and kill the enemies in the first area. Unfortunately, this won’t quite be enough, so if you carry on until you get to the tunnel, there should be three spiders you can kill, which will pop the Quest! You shouldn’t unlock an achievement using this method, and Middle-Earth: Shadow of War is playable using Xbox Cloud Gaming.

How to complete the Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure Xbox Game Pass Quest

Next up is the Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure Xbox Game Pass Quest, which is worth another 75 Microsoft Rewards Points. To complete this Quest, you’ll need to “get 5,000 swim distance.” Again, this one is nice and simple, though it appears you might not be able to pop this one without unlocking an achievement. As per BrassyLobster in the forum, start a new game and enter Dory’s level, which is the first one on the right after entering the park. From there, follow Dory and complete the level, and you should have enough swim distance for the Quest. Unfortunately, this will also likely pop the Fast Learner achievement. You may also unlock the A New Me! achievement too before that, if you’re not careful. Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure supports Xbox Cloud Gaming.

How to complete the Wolfenstein: The New Order Xbox Game Pass Quest

Finally, we have the Wolfenstein: The New Order Xbox Game Pass Quest, which is worth another 75 Microsoft Rewards Points. If you’ve already played The New Order, you may get lucky, and the Quest will pop as soon as you load into the game. If you’re new to it and you don’t want to unlock an achievement, Ryphyz has an excellent guide for you. Start a new game on the easiest difficulty setting, and once you’re in the gunner seat of the plane, do not shoot anything. If you do, you’ll unlock the Gunner achievement. After the plane crashes and you continue through the level, you will get to a point where you will enter the seat of a turret and have to kill a robot dog. After you’ve killed the dog, the Quest should unlock. Wolfenstein: The New Order can be played using Xbox Cloud Gaming.

Got any more tips or tricks for the quests above? Let us and the community know in the comments below!
Sean Carey
Written by Sean Carey
Sean graduated from Southampton Solent University with a first-class honours degree in Journalism, which he uses to keep TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies topped up with gaming and industry news. When not scouring the web for the latest big story, you’ll find him tearing up the streets in Forza Horizon 5, or failing miserably in Call of Duty: Warzone.