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Hi, I am BeforeJam and this is my guide for Rocket League. If you liked this guide, feel free to sign up and contribute. We have a great community here and I could not have written this guide without their help.




  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating thread).
  • Offline trophies: 34 (19(B), 10(S), 5(G)).
  • Online trophies: 2 (1(B), 1(P)).
  • Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 10 hours with microtransactions, unknowable without mirotransactions (Estimated Time to Platinum thread).
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 200 total games.
  • Number of missable trophies: 2 - Champion and Perfect Start.
  • Glitched trophies: 1 - Far, Far Away... is glitched in multiple ways.
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No.
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheat codes.
  • Recommended extra equipment: A second controller or PS Vita. This guide will assume you have one.




Welcome to Rocket League, Psyonix's sequel to Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars. This game released for free with PlayStation Plus and possesses a simple, if grindy platinum trophy. Rocket League is, essentially, soccer with cars. You will be using 2 kinds of boosts to score goals for your team. The most professional of players use these skills to pull off the most complex manoeuvrers but for the purposes of this guide I will be showing you the simplest, cheapest way to earn each trophy.


The following is important. Read this before beginning your Platinum run:


You will most likely need a second controller for this Platinum. If not, you can ask a friend or find a boosting partner from this thread. Also, you can use a PS Vita in lieu of a second controller by connecting via remote play to player 1, then connecting your controller and signing it in as a guest to player 2.



Credit: TheManUtdFan for writing basically the entirety of the revisions for the F2P update. Their work greatly expedited updating this guide.





Step 1:


The first step covers miscellaneous and gameplay-related trophies. There are quite a few of these and you will need a second controller or otherwise another player to boost 3 of them. I've placed these first to give you ample opportunity to learn the controls before you move on. They cover a bunch of stuff like basic goals, winning games or getting goals in certain way. Also, this is where you will earn the one online trophy in the game: Barras Bravas. On the main menu, select Exhibition. From there, you will be given a few options to change.


Each trophy’s description will tell you what to do and what to change at this menu. A select few of these are better done in Freeplay mode, found in the Training section on the main menu. The trophy description will mention when Freeplay is better suited for it. Otherwise, assume Exhibition will be used as Freeplay does not count for many trophies. Also, bots will be turned off for all of these trophies. During this step, you will earn:


(S) Helen’s Pride

(S) Grease Monkey

(S) Pitch Veteran

(S) Rider’s Block

(S) Break Shot

(S) Turbocharger

(B) Minute to Win it

(B) Speed Demon

(B) Pick-Me Up

(B) Wall-Crawler

(B) SARPBC Forever

(B) Feather in Your Recap

(B) Winner

(B) Clean Sheet

(B) Triple Threat

(B) Double Up

(B) Singles Club

(B) Still A Show-Off

(B) Traveler

(B) Tinkerer

(B) First-Timer

(B) Barras Bravas

(B) Friendly


Step 2:


After learning the controls in the first step, the practice drills will acquaint you with how the game’s mechanics will be used in actual gameplay. There are 3 of these and they can be completed on any difficulty. In this step, you will earn:


(S) Drill Sergeant

(B) Know the Drill


Step 3:


Season is where you will use the skills you have learned to win some games against bot opponents. You will have your own bot teammates to help, but their AI is not very good and often scores own goals.


You will have to play good enough to make up for how bad they are. Also, you will want to learn how to restart games that have turned against your favour as, once you complete a Season game, that progress is automatically saved. In doing that, you will earn Champion and Perfect Start on the first try and save some time. During this step, you will earn:


(G) Champion

(S) Rocketeer

(B) Team Player

(B) Perfect Start


Step 4:


Finally, you will need to keep completing games to unlock the remainder of the 150 items required for Stocked. Microtransactions and trading will significantly expedite the process of obtaining 150 items, so please visit the trophy boosting thread on this forum to search for like-minded players to trade with:




Also, you may also need to idle and tie your controller with rubber bands for around 8 hours to get Far, Far Away..., depending on how long it took you to complete the previous steps.


(G) Stocked

(G) Far, Far Away… GLITCHED

(G) Super Victorious

(G) The Streak

(S) Car Collector

(S) Drops in the bucket

(P) Virtuoso

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/11c.jpg Virtuoso (P)

Unlock All Trophies


The platinum trophy. Like other games, you get this for earning all other trophies.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/52e.jpg Stocked (G)

Collect 150 Items


This trophy's requirements have been changed as of the latest update from having to earn all items, to just 150.


By completing games, you unlock items to customise your Battle-Car with, such as decals, paint and ‘toppers’, which are essentially hats. There hundreds of items in the game with all of the updates installed, so you won't have to unlock everything.


Unfortunately as of the Free To Play update Items are a lot harder to come across as you no longer unlock a standard item every game. You will occasionally unlock items through the free Rocket Pass, though this too is uncommon unless you purchase the Rocket Pass Premium (1000 credits, which will set you back $10 or equivalent). You’ll also get some items for completing challenges, especially when events are ongoing.


The easiest way to do this trophy however is to trade with other players, especially those who played before the F2P switchover. If you trade the same items back and forth between you, this trophy will eventually unlock. Unfortunately, to unlock trading, unless you played the game before F2P, you must purchase at least 500 credits. It’s recommended to purchase the Starter Pack (for $5 or equivalent) as it is the cheapest option and will also assist you with some DLC trophies. If you’re not willing to spend money to speed things up, you’re looking at a long road to platinum. If you’re looking for someone to trade with, check out the trophy boosting thread on this forum:




The trophy will unlock as soon as you obtain 150 items.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/a34.jpg Far, Far Away... (G):tagglitched:

Drive a total of 50 km



The latest update has apparently reduced the amount of KM required from 500 to 50. This appears to only be a requirements change and doesn't affect the trophy's glitches.


This trophy's requirements are glitched; the trophy will unlock once you have covered 50KM, but the game's counters are broken and don't record distance correctly. The curent count seems to hover around 18KM. Also, you'll need to accumulate these KM on a single set of wheels, so for the purposes of this guide, pick one of the default ones and don't change it. If you've crossed this amount by a significant margin, switch to a different set of wheels as you may have passed the required amount and the trophy simply didn't unlock.


You can check how many KM you have traveled. At the main menu, select Garage, then press :r1: to scroll to wheels. Hover over the wheel you've been driving with and it will show you how many KM it has accumulated. This is the counter that is glitched, so treat it as if you need to earn 68KM to unlock the trophy.


This trophy also has a number of other glitches: Boosting to cover more distance faster is known to have the opposite effect; the counters sometimes rise slower in games where you primarily boosted.


The method to boost this trophy will involve you spending a few hours letting the game idle in Exhibition without bots while your car runs in circles. It requires a rubber band and some other way of holding down :r2: (In my case, a second rubber band).




Step 1:

Start an Exhibition game without bots.


Step 2:

Tie a rubber band around :ls: and loop it around the handle of the controller. Use the second rubber band to hold :r2:. Alternatively, you can wedge a coin or a folded-up piece of paper in the gap :r2: makes when pressed down. Below are examples:




The result is your Battle-Car perpetually running in circles to rack up KM for Far, Far Away....


Step 3:

If a game is tied and the timer runs out, the game switches to Overtime until a goal is scored. As you won't be scoring any goals, you can indefinitely grind this trophy out. If you need to stop grinding, be sure to score a goal to end the game after that grinding session, as pressing :options: to quit the game means those metres gained do not count.


Also, if you are having issues with rubberbanding :r2:, you can remap the buttons by navigating to Options on the main menu, then pressing :r1: to access Controls. From this menu, you can change the mapping for Accelerate to one of the face buttons, then tape that face button down. You can also access this menu by pressing :options: mid-game.


You have to grind this trophy in Exhibition as distance traveled in Freeplay does not count. The trophy will normally unlock as soon as you reach the required amount of KM.


Glitches with this trophy fixed as of patch 1.03:


  • Distance now counts when playing online.

http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/33e.jpg Super Victorious (G)

Win a total of 30 games across any game mode


You will most definitely get this on your way to other trophies, so I would focus on other trophies while letting this one rack up. Simply complete and win games, which includes Exhibition and Season. If you are somehow still short after that, you will get this while grinding for Stocked.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/c02.jpg Champion (G):tagmissable:

Win the Season Championship


While playing the season, you will first have to get a record good enough to enter the playoffs. When starting a season, you can select whether the playoffs have 4 or 6 slots. All that 4 slots does is remove the wild card bracket, and thus requires that you perform better. While you need to be in the top 4 out of 10 teams for 4 slots, you only need to be in the top 6 for 6 slots. So, select 6 playoff slots.


After entering the playoffs, you must win every game in it or else you are eliminated. This is massively helped by the fact that, at any point in any game, you can press :options: and restart the game at no consequence. The game autosaves once a game ends, so there is no loss of progress if you do not let the game end to begin with.


As for some other tips, be sure to use anything you have learned from the training modes. Maintain your leads. 6-0 leads can crumble quickly if you let up on defense. If you do, however, completely fall apart, you can always restart the match.


Finally, a lot of your goals will come immediately at kick-off. This is a prime opportunity because, unlike in multiplayer, the AI opponents generally do not aggressively charge and jump at the ball for an easy first goal. So, when play starts, immediately hold :circle: and pick up every orange boost pad on the way. When you are about to hit the ball, press :cross: to jump at the ball and knock it across the field for what is usually an easy first goal. Have a look at an example below:


[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fknxw28GGkM]Season Goal Example - Rocket League[/ame]


If you are lucky, you will be in the same or a similar position when the next kickoff starts. Use this to farm goals and get a comfortable lead, then defend the rest of the game. Use these tips as well as using the restart trick; the latter in particular is imperative as it gives you a vital safety net. The trophy will unlock as soon as you win the last game of the playoffs.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/3fb.jpg The Streak (G)

Win 10 games in a row across any mode


This is normally quite difficult as there is no room for error, but all that changes when you literally do not have any opposition. So, simply score a goal and run the clock out. You will probably get this trophy anyway doing the other tasks for miscellaneous and gameplay-related trophies, but if you do not have it by the time you have finished, or you lost a game, you'll most definitely earn this trophy while completing the final grind.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/b9f.jpg Helen's Pride (S)

Score 6 Goals in a single game


Start an Exhibition game alone with bots turned off. Punt the ball straight into the goal. Repeat those steps 5 more times. The trophy will unlock as soon as you score the 6th goal.

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/94f.jpg Car Collector (S)

Collect 5 Cars



This trophy will sometimes fail to unlock after unlocking 5 cars. This can sometimes be fixed by deleting your save and reloading, or reinstalling the game on top of this. If not, you’ll just have to keep playing until it unlocks.


This will come on your way to Stocked, however since the Free to Play update, you don’t unlock cars often anymore. You’ll get a few early on for completing the New Driver Challenges, you also get one if you bought the Starter Pack or Rocket Pass Premium.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/299.jpg Drops in the Bucket (S)

Collect 50 Items


See Stocked.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/ebe.jpg Rocketeer (S)

Complete the regular Season


The shortest possible season is 9 games. From the main menu, select Seasons. From here, set up your season to have 9 games in it. You will be able to create your own team and name, and pick an icon and colour scheme from a list. After that, you can begin the series. Be sure to win the first game for Perfect Start and also check Champion for tips on getting into and winning the playoffs. The trophy will unlock once you complete the ninth game of the season.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/853.jpg Grease Monkey (S)

Customize the Decal, Topper, Rocket Boost and Wheel on a car


From the main menu, select Garage. Here, you can customise your Cars with several categories of items such as decals, paint jobs rims, flags and toppers but for this trophy you just need to customize a Decal, Topper, Rocket Boost and Wheel.


You should have access to all of these after a couple of online games through the New Driver Challenges and levelling the Free Rocket Pass a little. Once you have the items required, just switch to each of them for this trophy.


Once you have one of each item unlocked, navigate to the garage and apply one item of each category to your Car. The trophy will unlock as soon as you do.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/940.jpg Pitch Veteran (S)

Play a total of 20 games across any game mode


You will most definitely get this trophy by the end of Step 3. Simply complete 20 games across any game mode to earn the trophy. Unlike Super Victorious, you do not have to win these games. The trophy will unlock after finishing the 20th game.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/f58.jpg Rider's Block (S)

Make 20 Saves


A Save is when a player stops what would otherwise be a goal. You can grind these with a second controller or PS Vita in Exhibition. Essentially, have player 2 hit the ball towards the goal. Then, have player 1 intercept it at the last moment. Have a look at the video I have uploaded below for an example;


[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ka2TiX3cIWs]Rider's Block Example - Rocket League[/ame]


Do this 20 times to unlock the trophy. You will know if you are doing it correct as the ‘SAVE’ symbol appears at the top of player 1's screen. Both regular Saves and Epic Saves count for this trophy. The trophy will unlock as soon as you make the 20th save. You can also boost this trophy online in Private Matches with a friend.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/e6f.jpg Break Shot (S)

Score a goal by hitting your opponent into the ball


You can set this up fairly easily in local split-screen. Simply position player 2 in between the ball and player 1. Then, with player 1, ram player 2 into the ball and score a goal. It may take a couple of tries given the physics of the cars. Have a look below for a demonstration. You can also boost this trophy online in Private Matches with a friend.


[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_cwjBr-AT8]Break Shot - Rocket League[/ame]


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/b25.jpg Turbocharger (S)

Use your Rocket Boost for a total of 5 minutes


You will get this naturally during your platinum run. You boost by pressing :circle: and while you only do this for a few seconds at a time, you will very quickly accumulate 5 minutes of boosting across games.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/de8.jpg Drill Sergeant (S)

Complete every Practice Drill (any difficulty)


On the main menu, select Training. From here you can see 5 options. The bottom 3 here are the Practice Drills; Goalie, Striker and Aerial. Select one to get started. I recommend Striker first as it is the easiest and you will have already picked up some skills from Step 1.


For Striker, you will be completing 10 basic goals. It starts off very easy as the balls are completely stationary. Later in the round the balls are moving, but thankfully very slowly.


For Goalie, you will be defending the goals from balls thrown at you at increasing speed. Even if you are bad at defending the Goalie drills are very easy and only require you to be able to hit the ball away. At the start of the first 8 drills, just charge the ball and you win that drill automatically. For the last 2, you will have to time it correctly as you approach the ball from the side.


Finally, Aerial features similar setups to Striker, but hitting balls in the air by using the jump (:cross:) and rocket boost (:circle:). This is the hardest of the 3, but still very easy. For this section I highly suggest using the secondary jump by pressing :cross: in the air while not tilting :ls: in any direction. This will allow you to get on top of the ball and guarantee it will travel downwards into the goal. See below for an example:


[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLQvX2Z_vcY]Aerial Drill Example[/ame]


The drills are very easy. Furthermore, you can press :r1: should you fail any of them to retry. The game will warn you that you will not earn any points, but that is acceptable as points are not required for the trophy. Also, you can complete these drills on any difficulty, so select rookie. Finally, you get infinite boost for all of these drills.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/45f.jpg Minute to Win it (B):tagdatetime:

With only 60 seconds left, Win a game in which you were tied or trailing


This trophy is misleading as the team you must trail from or be tied with must have 1 or more goal; breaking a 0-0 tie does not count. Also, strangely, you will need a second controller or a PS Vita for this as deliberately scoring an own goal to trail will not work.


Start up an Exhibition game with 2 players. Then, score a goal with player 2. Run the clock down and score 2 goals with player 1 once 'One Minute Remaining' flashes on screen.


The trophy will unlock as soon as the game ends. You can also boost this trophy online in Private Matches with a friend.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/1f2.jpg Speed Demon (B)

Completely fill and then empty your Rocket Boost 10 times in a single match


This is very easily done in Exhibition with bots turned off. Empty your boost without touching any orange objects around the map. Then, touch one of the pads with an orange orb floating above it:




Then, hold :circle: and completely empty the meter. This will launch you most of the length of the pitch, so be sure to avoid other orange pads. Repeat the above steps 9 more times. The trophy will unlock as soon as you deplete the meter for the 10th time.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/d29.jpg Pick-Me Up (B)

Collect 5 Items


See Stocked.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/b9e.jpg Wall-Crawler (B)

Drive on the dome walls for a total of 5 minutes


You can do this in either Exhibition with bots turned off or Freeplay. I did it in the latter as that mode has no timer. Simply rubberband your controller so it is holding :r2: and steer your car onto the wall of the arena. Your car will drive itself around the arena repeatedly. You may, however, have to occasionally nudge :ls: if your car starts to decline or rise and risks slipping off the wall or into a goal. The trophy will unlock as soon as you reach 5 minutes of driving on the wall.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/c21.jpg Team Player (B)

Play against every team in a Season


In a season, you will play against 9 teams, with you being the 10th. The shortest possible season is 9 games, so completing a 9-game season will unlock this trophy alongside Rocketeer. See that trophy for more information.

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http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/625.jpg SARPBC Forever (B)

Play one game each with Octane and Backfire


Octane is unlocked immediately from the start of the game, but to unlock Backfire you’ll have to complete some new driver challenges. You’ll have to play a few online games and complete some training to complete the first level of challenges, then complete the Striker training to unlock Backfire. From there you just need to play a match with each car to unlock the trophy.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/05c.jpg Feather in Your Recap (B)

Watch a save file in Replay mode


After finishing a game, you will get an option to save a replay. Press :cross: on this option to do so. Then, on the main menu, select Profile, then Replays. You will be given a list of replays you have saved. Select one. The trophy will unlock as soon as the replay starts.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/2d2.jpg Winner (B)

Win a total of 5 games across any mode


See Super Victorious. You will unlock this naturally very early on, while completing gameplay-related trophies. Simply win 5 games. The trophy will unlock as soon as you win your 5th game.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/553.jpg Clean Sheet (B)

Win a game without giving up a single Goal


You will unlock this automatically once you have won your first Exhibition game playing alone, assuming you did not score an own goal. Otherwise, it is impossible not to get this trophy while completing others.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/105.jpg Triple Threat (B)

Win a 3v3 game


At the main menu, select Exhibition. at this menu, you can select how many players can play in a game. Simply set that to 3v3. Also, make sure bots are turned off. When the game starts, score one goal. Then, let the timer run out. You do not even have to have any other players in the game. The trophy will unlock as soon as the game ends.


You can repeat these above steps for Double Up and Singles Club by setting the players to 2v2 and 1v1, respectively.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/56c.jpg Double Up (B)

Win a 2v2 game


See Triple Threat.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/c59.jpg Singles Club (B)

Win a 1v1 game


See Triple Threat.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/f92.jpg Perfect Start (B)

Win your first game of the Season




When starting a season and choosing a team as mentioned in Rocketeer, you must win the first game. So if you lost that game, you have missed the trophy and have to start a new season. If you are on the verge of losing, you can press :options: and restart the match with no consequence. The trophy will unlock as soon as you win that first game.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/490.jpg Still A Show-Off (B)

Score a goal while reversing


After starting a game in Exhibition (as always with bots turned off), turn your car around 180 degrees. Press :triangle: to lock your camera onto the ball. Then, reverse and steer until you hit the ball dead-on. Keep in mind your steering controls are inverted while doing this. The trophy will unlock as soon as you score the goal.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/b02.jpg Know the Drill (B)

Complete a Practice Drill


See Drill Sergeant. The trophy will unlock as soon as you complete your first drill.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/5a5.jpg Traveler (B)

Play a game in six different Arenas


While setting up an Exhibition game, the first option will be to select an arena so play any 6 of the many that are available, then the trophy will unlock but do note that you have to finish the game for it to count.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/2fe.jpg Tinkerer (B)

Customize one slot on a car


On the Main Menu, select Garage. Pressing :l1: and :r1: will navigate between the various customization options available to your Car. Simply pick one that is unlocked from the start and the trophy will unlock immediately.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/7db.jpg First-Timer (B)

Score your first Goal


Simply start up an Exhibition game without bots and drive forward. Hit the ball and score a goal. This, of course, works in any game mode, but you will definitely get it early in your platinum run. The trophy will unlock as soon as the goal is scored.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/697.jpg Barras Bravas (B)

Play an Online game with someone in your Party


This is the sole online trophy of the game and will require a friend to do it. Simply invite them to your party at the main menu by pressing :square:, then create a private online match. The trophy will pop once the match starts. See here if you need a boosting partner: LINK


Alternatively, if you have a second account on your system that is on your friends list, you can sign them in with a second controller then start a private online match with them.


http://www.playstationtrophies.org/images/trophies/3583/d38.jpg Friendly (B)

Play an Exhibition match


You will get this naturally on your way to other trophies. On the main menu, select Exhibition and start a match. The trophy will unlock as soon as the game finishes.

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Phew, that felt good. So it's four in the morning (and I'm zoning) and I'm unable to sleep so I decided to write this since I was playing the crap out of this game and have the necessary knowledge at hand. I have of course proofread it and made sure it's all correct. I hope I can bring the same high quality I was praised for for my first guide, MLB 15: The Show.


Either way, this is my second guide. Feedback would be tops, and if I've made an error then by all means yell at me until I buckle under pressure.

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My distance was not clocking up in FREEPLAY - I was at 1km 295m and freeplayed for a good 10 mins and quit out and my distance still showed 1km 295m on the tyres I was using.


Seems slow to clock up in distance in Seasons and Exhibition too, feels a bit glitched as I have played a lot and can only see I've done 12km odd.

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My distance was not clocking up in FREEPLAY - I was at 1km 295m and freeplayed for a good 10 mins and quit out and my distance still showed 1km 295m on the tyres I was using.


Seems slow to clock up in distance in Seasons and Exhibition too, feels a bit glitched as I have played a lot and can only see I've done 12km odd.


Right, that was an error on my part. Corrected.

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Thanks for this guide. Could someone tell me if a Vita can be used as second controller for this game ?


Sort of. You can use it as a first controller if you have it linked to your main account. Then, reconnect your controller and sign it in as a guest.


I'd put a warning in the description for Far, Far Away... for now. The PS4 fans go crazy as of now when playing this game. It's probably not a good idea to leave it running for several hours unattended.




I think you can do "Rider's Block" in Goalie tutorial. One of my friends said he got trophy after 10 saves in exhibition and he did Goalie tutorial before those.


Just tested it. Nothing I can do can get it to give the 'SAVE' medal or pop the trophy.

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Actually tried this an hour ago, but thanks to PSN being down it wouldnt connect to the PS4 network. Gonna try and test it again once it's up. But would honestly assume it would.


Sort of. You can use it as a first controller if you have it linked to your main account. Then, reconnect your controller and sign it in as a guest.

Thanks to both of you. ;)

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