Robinworldwide Posted December 4, 2017 Share Posted December 4, 2017 (edited) http://i.imgur.com/lA8yEBR.jpg Not a registered member? Got any questions, suggestions or concerns about the guide? Then why not join the forums today! If you do join the forums due to this guide, it would be greatly appreciated if you would give the author, Robinworldwide, a referral. This guide is only intended to be used by Playstationtrophies.org, and cannot be copied or rephrased in any way. If you find this guide posted elsewhere, then please contact the guide writer (Robinworldwide). Thank you. Credits: Special thanks go out to Ashbo82 for the artwork! http://i.imgur.com/4t0O7wn.jpg http://i.imgur.com/D3fgiSI.jpg Estimated trophy difficulty: 5/10 (personal estimate) (Platinum Difficulty Thread) Offline trophies: 20 (11(B), 7(S), 1(G), 1(P)) Online trophies: 21 (12(B), 8(S), 1(G)) Approximate amount of time to platinum: 100+ hours (personal estimate) (Estimated Time to Platinum Thread) Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 Number of missable trophies: None Glitched trophies: None, but see the There Has Been An Awakening and The Force is Strong With This One trophies for a note on when these pop. Does difficulty affect trophies?: No Do trophies stack?: N/A Do cheat codes disable trophies?: N/A Additional peripherals required?: N/A http://i.imgur.com/M2GpgOU.jpg Welcome to Star Wars Battlefront II, the game that everyone loves to hate. Although the star card and loot crate systems are indeed atrocious, beneath that is still a very decent and enjoyable game. It's safe to say that if you liked the first Battlefront game you’ll like this one too. The multiplayer has been perfected and plays more fluidly. Although there are less game modes off the bat, the game will be supported for quite some time with free additional content and more game modes and maps are to be expected. The arcade mode has made its return, but this time you luckily don’t have to beat it on the hardest difficulty settings. On top of that we got the most asked for feature this time around in the form of a single player story campaign. The graphics are spectacular and although the story is kind of bland it is a nice and worthwhile addition to the game. Trophy-wise the game is a bit easier than its predecessor due to the aforementioned lack of trophies for beating the arcade mode on elite difficulty. The single player trophies are all very easy. There are a few tricky multiplayer trophies, but you’ll be spending so much time playing the multiplayer to reach the maximum level rank that you should be able to obtain everything eventually. The exact amount of time it takes to platinum this game is dependent on skill, but prepare having to invest heavily no matter how good you are. Since the list provides a good balance between game modes, skill and time, this is a very satisfying platinum to add to your tally. Some would even say it gives a great sense of pride and accomplishment. Enjoy the game! http://i.imgur.com/asOcQ1Q.jpg Step 1 – Story Campaign Although you can jump into the multiplayer right away if you like, I recommend starting with the campaign. It’s fairly short and by completing it you will unlock a few milestones which give you rewards that can be used in the multiplayer. Although not necessary for any trophies, I recommend you pick up the collectibles during your playthrough as well because they don’t cost much extra time and these too will give you rewards for the multiplayer through their milestones. I’ve added a video for the collectables under the Discoveries trophy but again, this is completely optional. There are four miscellaneous trophies that can only be obtained in the single player campaign. I recommend just playing through the campaign without worrying about these, because you can easily obtain these trophies through chapter select after you’ve completed the campaign. If you do want to do everything on your first go, please continue and read Step 2 as well. After completing this step you’ll have obtained the following trophies: The Cleaner The Battle of Endor The Dauntless The Observatory The Storm Outcasts Royalty General Distress Under Covered Skies Cache Grab The Battle of Jakku Until Ashes Discoveries Step 2 – Miscellaneous If you chose to just focus on the campaign in the first step you will get the four miscellaneous single player trophies in this one. For these trophies you’ll have to replay (part of) a few chapters. They can all be done on the easiest setting and since there's a chapter select option they are all fairly quick to obtain. Please refer to the trophy guide below to find the (best) chapters and objectives to get these trophies. After completing this step you’ll have obtained the following trophies: Dark Forces Balance Point X-wing vs. TIE Fighter Master of Deception Step 3 – Arcade Mode There are only two trophies tied to the Arcade Mode and they can be obtained on the easiest settings (1 star) in under an hour including loading times. From the main menu you will want to go to the “Play” tab and then choose the third option “Arcade”. There are a few options here but you’ll want to play the “Battle Scenarios”. There’s a total of 16 scenarios, in 8 of which you’ll be playing as the “Light Side” and the other 8 as the “Dark Side”. This is basically a training mode in which you practice offline against bots to prepare yourself for multiplayer. The scenarios alter between a “Team Deathmatch” and “Survival” kind of mode and you’ll have to complete all of these scenarios for the Complete Your Training trophy. The other trophy will already pop after completing your first game in Arcade Mode. After completing this step you’ll have obtained the following trophies: Complete Your Training There is No Such Thing As Luck Edited February 20, 2019 by Robinworldwide Editorial sweep Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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