Redditor DeftonesBandPSN has leaked Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice trophy list which reveals a total of 34 trophies including 4 Gold, 11 Silver, 18 Bronze and one Platinum. Most of them are story-based and some also hint at multiple endings.
FromSoftware's new Souls-like game Sekiro: Shadows Die twice is just around the corner, and in the last few days, the developers offered a bunch of new details about the combat, story and just how Souls-like Sekiro actually is.
The latest information comes from Reddit though, and it reveals the full list of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice PlayStation 4 trophies. Shared by Redditor DeftonesBandPSN, the list features a total of 34 trophies including 4 Gold, 11 Silver, 18 Bronze and 1 Platinum.
Judging by the trophies, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice will have multiple endings and 13 boss fights. Players will also have to visit all areas of the map, obtain all skills, and upgrade their gear in pursuit of the Platinum trophy which is rewarded once you unlock all other trophies.
You can check the full list of trophies below, but keep in mind that a lot of them can spoil some of the character appearances and certain events in the game's story.
- Sekiro - All trophies have been unlocked
- Man Without Equal - Defeated all bosses
- Ashina Traveler - Traveled to all areas of the game
- Master of the Prosthetic - Upgraded all Prosthetic Tools to their limit
- Height of Technique - Acquired all skills
- All Prosthetic Tools - Acquired all Prosthetic Tools
- All Ninjutsu Techniques - Acquired all Ninjutsu Techniques
- Peak Physical Strength - Upgraded Vitality and Posture to their limit
- Ultimate Healing Gourd - Fully upgraded the "Healing Gourd"
- Immortal Severance - Attained the "Immortal Severance" ending
- Purification - Attained the "Purification" ending
- Dragon's Homecoming - Attained the "Return" ending
- Shura - Attained the "Shura" ending
- Sword Saint, Isshin Ashina - Defeated "Sword Saint Isshin Ashina"
- Master of the Arts - Grasped the inner mysteries of any combat style
- Lazuline Upgrade - Used Lapis Lazuli to upgrade any tool to its limit
- Revered Blade - Received the "Kusabimaru" from Kuro
- Shinobi Prosthetic - Acquired the Shinobi Prosthetic
- Memorial Mob - Encountered the Memorial Mob
- Resurrection - Returned from the dead using "Resurrection" for the first time
- Gyoubu Masataka Oniwa - Defeated "Gyoubu Masataka Oniwa"
- The Phantom Lady Butterfly - Defeated "Lady Butterfly"
- Genichiro Ashina - Defeated "Genichiro Ashina"
- Guardian Ape - Defeated the "Guardian Ape"
- Guardian Ape Immortality Severed - Used the Mortal Blade to sever the Guardian Ape's undying
- Folding Screen Monkeys - Caught the Folding Screen Monkeys
- Great Shinobi - Owl - Defeated "Great Shinobi - Owl"
- Father Surpassed - Defeated "Great Shinobi - Owl" at the Hirata Estate
- Corrupted Monk - Defeated the "Corrupted Monk"
- Gracious Gift of Tears - Defeated the "Divine Dragon" and obtained the "Divine Dragon's Tears"
- Isshin Ashina - Defeated "Isshin Ashina"
- Demon of Hatred - Defeated the "Demon of Hatred"
- Great Serpent - Defeated the "Great Serpent"
- Great Colored Car - Defeated the "Great Colored Carp"
As you can see, a lot of the trophies are locked behind the story missions and the majority of them look pretty reasonable and similar to trophies from other FromSoftware games.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is dropping on 22 March 2019 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
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