Estimated achievement difficulty: 2/10 although there is a lot of luck on getting cards and waiting.
Online: 15 
Approximate amount of time to 1000: 1-4 hours depending on luck and efficiency
Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 2 games
Missable achievements: None
Does difficulty affect achievements: No difficulty
Unobtainable/glitched achievements: None
Extra equipment needed: A Gold account
Ever want to play Monopoly deal style? Ever wish they would take the card game and digitize it? Well thanks to Asobo Studio we have Monopoly Deal, bringing the Monopoly variant to the Xbox One. This fun packed online game brings the social factor to life as we deal cards and hope to deal our opponents critical blows to their bank as we try to hoard the properties to win. Unlike most games though, Monopoly Deal is solely an online experience meaning that even if you simply wanted to play for the achievements, you will need at least one faithful partner to assist you along the way.
This game is online only and requires you and at least one other person to start a game, so make sure that you have a gold account before you start playing. It is also highly recommended to find a boosting partner to make this game easier and faster to complete. If you need to find a boosting partner, please check out the Official XBA Boosting Session Information and Discussion Thread.
Because this game can be beaten in as few as two games, I will avoid putting a lengthy RoadMap here and instead provide some tips for playing and a small skeleton to look at pairing your achievements in.
Tips & Tricks
- Familiarizing yourself with the rules (FOUND HERE) will help you understand the game faster, and assist you in earning the achievements.
- When thinking about what can be traded for rent, understand that the universal wild cards CANNOT be used as collateral for trade. While it can be used to create sets, act as a new property, or fill the role of a missing color it cannot be traded as rent (hence the M0 value).
- If you trade for an item (such as a house, or a pass go, ect.) it will go into your bank AND NOT your hand. So when trying to prep for achievements remember--if your partner has an item you need, you will not be able to trade them for it as it always goes into your bank. Now if your partner discarded that item, it goes back into the pile to eventually be up for re-grabs.
- It's best to shoot for one achievement at a time with this game when going for the bigger achievements because of the nature of the requirements toward some of them.
First Game: The Heavy Shots
You want to knock out the toughest achievements first so that your second game is literally a mop-up session. Here's what we look to get rid of first:
- "Business master" - Playing double the rent on a full blue set with a hotel.
- "I want those ones." - Win by never playing a property card.
- "Collector" - One of each kind of property.
- "Settler" - Have at least 12 properties on the board.
By focusing on these ones first you will undoubtedly grab several of the easier achievements leaving yourself with only a few left to finish up.
Monopoly Deal is a simple, easy completion although it can be rather frustrating due to the luck that you will need while earning the achievements. Once luck is finally on your side, you will have another 1000 added to your Gamerscore and another completion! I hope this guide was helpful to you and that you enjoy having another completion!