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  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 4/10 (personal estimate) (Platinum Difficulty Rating)
  • Offline trophies: 57 (50, 4, 2, 1)
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to platinum: 40-50hrs (personal estimate) (Platinum Difficulty Rating)
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 – you can return to the map after the story to wrap up any side missions or collectibles you might have missed
  • Number of missable trophies: None
  • Glitched trophies: None
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No


From developer Tango Gameworks, the makers of The Evil Within, Ghostwire: Tokyo is essentially a supernatural first-person shooter. Fused with ghostly investigator KK, protagonist Akito embarks upon a mission to rescue his sister from the clutches of the mysterious masked Hannya, whose unhinged plan is to connect the real world and the underworld.

Using your elemental gust, water and fire powers, you'll fend off malevolent enemies known as Visitors. Blasting away at macabre foes will expose their spirit cores, which you can then forcibly tug out. You'll need to do this in a few different ways while going for the Platinum, while exploring every square inch of Tokyo absorbing spirits using a katashiro paper doll, tracking down Jizo statues, hidden tanuki, and a myriad of other collectibles. Offerings to prayer boxes and using prayer beads (find out how to get the most useful ones here) will help you find collectibles, and you'll be able to track most of these via the Database tab in the touchpad menu. Fortunately, there are no missable trophies either, which is nice.


Step 1: Tackle the game's main and side missions, absorbing any spirits you find along the way

You can work towards maxing out your skills and Synergy Level, but this isn't entirely necessary for your first playthrough. You can always complete the game and then come back to your completed save data, which puts you back to the point of no return during Chapter 4. Keep your eyes peeled for random Hyakki Yako events, usually mentioned by KK in dialogue as a 'parade' of Visitors. You can enter these to fight enemies and acquire additional spirits. We found a Hyakki Yako event at the Shibuya Crossing Landmark (down one of the foggy side streets), so it's worth checking here once in a while to see if/when it appears.

It's worth noting that upon finishing the story, you'll acquire the Transmission Beads, enabling you to instantly transfer spirits upon absorbing them, negating the need to visit a payphone. This will save you a lot of time, especially as absorbing all 240,300 spirits can become a chore. What else that can make the game a breeze is collecting all the best prayer beads, the locations of which can be found here.

Step 2: Use the Spirit Perception beads with Spectral Vision to find the last remaining spirits, then be sure to transfer them all to acquire the 100% total.

If you're missing a few spirits, you can use the map screen to hover over torii gates, which shows your progress in each region. Bear in mind that some spirits can only be extracted from corruption trees, Hyakki Yako events, Containment Cubes, or certain missions. It's then a case of mopping up any collectibles, be it magatama from relic-hunting nekomata vendors or yokai; completing any leftover side missions; cleansing any torii gates you may have missed; and tracking down any tanuki or Jizo statues you've yet to discover. Also, look out for any Visitor types you may have yet to dispatch, and try taking them down in different ways (headshots, Quick Purge stealth attacks, using talismans etc.) to work towards various trophies, like performing 200 Quick Purges, or taking out ten enemies using a Stun Talisman, for instance. If you decide to transmit 100% of the spirits and complete the game, you'll be awarded the Tireless Beads and Shadow Beads, the former granting infinite SP, Talismans, and Arrows, while the latter turns you invisible. This will make the rest of the game an absolute breeze.

Step 3: Finish the game for a second time

Finish the game for a second time (beating only Chapters 5 and 6 using a completed save game that puts you back to the final mission of Chapter 4) having deposited 100% spirits, if you haven't already, and/or set about on a final clean up run around the city. Finish up any trophies related to combat milestones you may not have done yet, or the one where you need to stare at the moon for 30 seconds. Unlock every skill, max out your Synergy Level (there are tips on how best to do that here), and purchase all of the outfits, music, and food items from nekomata vendors (find out how to farm meika here), if you haven't already and you'll be all done then. Good luck out there!

Ghostwire: Tokyo Trophy Guide

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  • Acquire all trophies.

    Unlock all of the trophies and you'll nab the Platinum. Congratulations!
  • Transfer 25% of the spirits in the city.

    See Salvation of All trophy_silver.png  trophy.
  • Transfer 50% of the spirits in the city.

    See Salvation of All trophy_silver.png  trophy.
  • Transfer at least 100% of the spirits in the city.

    There are a few things you can do to help with the mammoth task of hoovering up every last of the 240,300 spirits in Tokyo. One is to use Spectral Vision constantly, and expand its range with the 'Range Boost' skill from the Abilities tab in the Skills menu. This will enable you to see any spirits you've missed through walls. You'll also need the 'Amenotori X' ability, so you can summon a tengu wherever you like, and grapple up to the rooftops to bag any spirits lurking in high spots.

    The Spirit Perception Prayer Beads (found in the Prayer Beads tab of the Inventory menu) will also enable you to track spirits within your vicinity. Don't forget to bag spirits from corrupted areas, Containment Cubes, and in the Shibuya Underground Station, too. You can track your spirits total via the map, zooming out all the way to see the full progress percentage. At the end of the game, you'll also unlock the Transmission Beads, so you can instantly transmit spirits without the need for a phone booth.

    Having the full 50 katashiro paper dolls to fill with spirits will also prove immensely helpful. Hyaki Yakko events also crop up on rare occasions, meaning you'll have to venture into the fog to defeat a 'parade' of Visitors, and acquire spirits for your troubles.
  • Complete the main story after transferring at least 100% of the spirits in the city.

    Follow the instructions mentioned in the guide for the Salvation of All trophy_silver.png  trophy, then complete the game. If you've already polished off the main story, don't despair. Continuing from a completed save will take you back to Chapter 4, prior to the endgame, so you can mop up anything you have left over, then complete the game again. It'll be even easier second time around, too, with all of your abilities maxed out.
  • Complete a side mission.

    You'd have to really go out of your way not to unlock this. Side missions are marked as green circle icons on the world map, and there are 42 side missions to complete. Do one of them, and you'll earn this trophy.
  • Complete all side missions (excluding update content).

    There are 42 side missions in total, which you'll find dotted all over Tokyo. As you cleanse torii gates (see the Liberator trophy_bronze.png  trophy for more), you'll see further missions pop up all over the map. Complete each of these, and you'll gradually make your way towards beating all 42.

    While the point of no return warns that the three-mission 'After the End' thread is missable, you can in fact go back and complete it after you've beaten the story and have made a completed save. It's likely that your final side mission will be the 'Boss Tanuki' quest, unlocked upon finding all 25 hidden tanuki. You can keep track of your progress via the 'Missions' tab in the touchpad menu.
  • Cleanse a torii gate.

    See the Liberator trophy_bronze.png trophy.
  • Cleanse all torii gates (excluding update content).

    Ghostwire has 29 torii gates, which act as shrine areas and fast travel points. You can also hover over them on the map screen to see your progress in each region of Tokyo. Cleansing a torii gate will remove the deadly fog from each area, enabling you to explore more of the map. To cleanse a torii gate, you'll need to defeat all of the Visitors in the area, then hold L2 at the gate's entrance until the corruption is removed. Larger shrines will require you cleanse multiple gates in a single area.
  • Acquire a relic.

    Acquiring a single relic is simple – listen out for the little 'mew' sound from your DualSense speaker, and you'll know that there's one nearby. These are small collectible items like toy cars, models, and other paraphernalia. Collect one, and you'll bag this trophy.
  • Acquire all relics.

    It'll take ages to acquire all 123 relics in the game, but you can keep tabs on them by seeing what you have and haven't collected at the relic-hunting nekomata stores (marked as yellow or green cat head icons on the map). Simply keep an ear out for the 'mew' sound coming from the DualSense controller speaker for a helpful prompt to notify you of a relic in your vicinity. You may have to revisit interior areas for any you might have missed – these are on the map as exit sign icons.
  • Unlock all Spirit Skills (excluding update content).

    If you're collecting spirits and dutifully transmitting them via payphones, then you'll rack up plenty of XP towards unlocking Spirit Skill Points. You'll need about 60-65% of the spirits scattered across Tokyo to reach the maximum Synergy Level of 50, granting SP with each level. But, to acquire the remaining Skill Points, you'll have to locate KK's Investigation Notes – collectible files tucked away.

    Using the Sleuth Beads, you can use Spectral Vision to track these down, although there is one that you could miss near the beginning of the endgame area. Be sure to have the Sleuth Beads equipped to make sure you grab it. You'll also need all 40 magatama to gain access to certain skills – see the With Their Powers Combined trophy_bronze.png trophy for more on this.
  • Raise your synergy level to 50 or higher.

    As mentioned in the Mind and Body trophy_bronze.png  trophy guide, increasing your Synergy Level requires collecting spirits and depositing them at a payphone. Complete missions, collect spirits using your katashiro, and transmit them through a phone booth, and you'll gradually level up. Once you've absorbed about 60-65% of the spirits in Tokyo, you'll have likely reached the maximum Synergy Level of 50. Done!
  • Find all landmarks.

    While exploring Tokyo, you'll automatically stumble upon a bunch of these, and you'll know when you have, because an on-screen notification will pop up. There are 31 landmarks to discover, and not all of them are on your path during the main story. Some are off-piste or at the fringes of the city. Get exploring, and you'll eventually acquire all 31, especially if you're hunting for spirits and collectibles.
  • Acquire a voice log.

    You'll find the first voice log at the first payphone, on the shelf in the phone booth. Pick it up, and 'ping' – trophy unlocked.
  • Acquire all voice logs.

    Collecting all 17 voice logs isn't a particularly difficult or time-consuming task. Most you'll find right in front of you at payphones, while others can be found around shrine areas. If you see a discarded voice recorder or open laptop, grab it. You can keep track of your progress via the voice logs tab in the Database menu.
  • Acquire a magatama.

  • Acquire 40 or more different magatama.

    Some magatama are awarded for completing missions, while others can be purchased from relic-hunting nekomata stores for 130,000 meika each. You can also obtain magatama via Yokai Hunts, getting one for each oni, kappa, kodama, nurikabe, zashiki-warashi, karakasa-kozo, ittan-momen, kamaitachi, and rokurobi you deal with. There are 40 magatama to collect and used to unlock skills.
  • Pray to a Jizo statue.

    See the Pilgrim trophy_bronze.png trophy.
  • Pray to all Jizo statues.

    Jizo statues are tracked by hovering over the torii gates you've cleansed, and their locations can be pinpointed by making 500 meika offerings at prayer boxes. There are 52 Jizo statues to pray to, with green ones increasing your gust SP ammo limit by +1, blue ones adding +1 SP to your water ability, and red ones grant +1 SP to your flame ammo. Most are found down alleyways and side streets.
  • Find all of the missing tanuki.

    This activity begins upon completing the 'Tanuki Hunt' side mission at Shiroyama Shrine. You'll then need to track down all 25 hidden tanuki, disguised as seemingly inconspicuous everyday scenery. There is one giveaway, however, and that's a little tanuki tail sticking out. Keep your eyes peeled and you'll find some of these randomly whole exploring. If you're having trouble you can make a 500 meika offering to a prayer box at some shrines, and ask to find more tanuki. This will mark one of their nearby locations on your map.
  • Acquire all types of food and drink.

    A lot of food items can be found in discarded shopping bags, or, in the case of nether variations of food, floating about the place. Others can be bought at nekomata vendors, some with specialist stalls that sell only a single type of food. There are 50 types of food and drink to collect, and the vast majority you'll find hanging around. Be sure to stop at any and all nekomata shops and stalls to purchase food and drink items, then keep track of what you've found so far in the 'Consumables' tab of the Database.
  • Acquire all music tracks (excluding update content).

    Relic-hunting nekomata (found on the map as yellow or green cat head icons) will sell you music tracks for a few thousand meika a pop. You'll be awarded other music tracks upon completing main missions, and you can keep tabs on how many of the 31 tunes you've acquired, via the Database menu on the touchpad.
  • Acquire all items for the Outfit menu (excluding bonus and update content).

    At the specialist relic-hunting nekomata vendors you have to fulfil orders for (marked on the map as yellow or green cat head icons), you'll find various clothing items for sale. There are 49 outfit items to collect in total, some of which you'll need to buy, and some you'll earn by completing side missions or fulfilling requests.
  • Acquire all talismans (excluding update content).

    At the nekomata shops denoted by shopping trolley icons on the map, you'll find Stun, Exposure, Decoy, and Thicket Talismans for sale for a few thousand meika each. Simply purchase one of each once they all become available after a certain juncture in Chapter 3, and you'll acquire the trophy.
  • Acquire all sets of prayer beads (excluding update content).

    You'll acquire most prayer beads from the torii gate shrines after you've cleansed them – they'll be sat their on the altars, waiting for you to snatch them. The main exceptions are the Transmission Beads, which are unlocked by finishing the story, and both the Tireless Beads and Shadow Beads, awarded for transmitting 100% of spirits and completing the game. The former grants infinite SP, talismans, and arrows, while the latter enable you to turn invisible. There are 33 prayer beads in total.
  • Acquire the maximum number of katashiro.

    Little paper dolls used for absorbing spirits, you'll start with only one katashiro (retrieved from the Namita Shrine or Akisawa Shrine), before being given the chance to purchase more for 3,000 meika each from a nekomata shop (marked as shopping trolleys on the map). You'll need to own a total of 50 katashiro to unlock the trophy, which I did gradually by purchasing them in sets of five or ten, based on how much meika I had available during a store visit. Keep purchasing katashiro each time you visit a store, and you'll get to fifty in no time at all. Also, wearing the Prosperity Beads will double your meika income, so use those to boost your wallet.
  • Defeat at least one of every type of Visitor (excluding update content).

    This will come during the main story, as you'll encounter each kind of enemy as you progress. The different Visitors you'll need to defeat are:
    • Rain Walker
    • Rugged Walker
    • Rain Slasher
    • Shadow Hunter
    • Relentless Walker
    • Rage Walker
    • Student of Misery
    • Student of Pain
    • Shine Dancer
    • Lamentation
    • Paper Doll
    • Passenger
    • Marionette
    • Forlorn
    • Forsaken
    • Wanderer
    • Kuchisake
    • Crimson Kuchisake
    • Shiromuku
    • Sojutski
    • Byotara
    • Tsuchigumo
    • Hanngon
    You can keep track of the Visitors you've defeated via the 'Characters' tab in the Database section of the touchpad menu. If the entry hasn't been added yet, you haven't defeated them.
  • Defeat a Visitor by pulling out its core.

    You'll get this really early on, learning how to extract a core from an enemy by holding down L2 when it's exposed. Easy peasy. You can't really miss it.
  • Defeat 50 Visitors by pulling out their cores.

    You're pretty much guaranteed to get this naturally on your playthrough. While it is possible to defeat enemies without pulling their cores out, most of the time, you'll be ripping the crystalline centres from their chests. Be sure to blast an enemy just enough to leave them exposed for a soul core tear (and not so much that they drop to the ground and disappear) then go ahead and rip their core out. You can do this via a stealthy Quick Purge, an up-close-and-personal melee core snatch, or the reliable old-fashioned way, with Akito's orange tethers from a distance. Do this fifty times, and you'll bag this one.
  • Defeat at least 5 Visitors simultaneously by pulling out their cores.

    This one is a little tricky. The best strategy to pull this off would be by activating Akito's 'Wired In' ability by simultaneously pressing L3 and R3. You can then quickly expose enemy cores, and then pull them all out at once, in one fell swoop. Alternatively, you can coax five enemies into one place, throw down an Exposure Talisman, opening their chests so you can ensnare their cores and yank them out for the trophy. Another approach is to find an area on the rooftops where the game's floating ghost enemies (called Wanderers) gather – these are easy to wear down and expose, and if you acquire the skill which leaves cores exposed for longer, you can have five in a state ready to take down in one go quite easily. Try each of these strategies to see which works best for you. Before long, you're bound to succeed.
  • Defeat at least 3 Visitors simultaneously by detonating a red ether crystal.

    Certain objects imbued with ether can be smashed to replenish your ammunition. Red ones are relatively rare, but if you smash or shoot them from distance, they'll explode, granting ammo for your flame ability. There are several opportunities to bag this trophy, fighting a horde of enemies in the vicinity of a red ether crystal object. Just be sure to keep your eyes peeled, and when three or more enemies get close to a red ether crystal, your best bet is to stay back and shoot it from distance. Just be certain you hit it, lining up your shot carefully, while ensuring enemies are close enough to be taken out by the blast. If you can find enemies gathered around a corrupted tree, near to a red ether crystal, all the better.
  • Defeat a total of 200 Visitors using Quick Purge.

    If you're naturally a bit of a stealthy player, this will probably come naturally during the main story and side missions. If you're not really one for sneaking around, then you'll need to make an extra effort to get the drop on enemies, so that you can get behind them to initiate a Quick Purge with L2. This is actually the most efficient way to dispatch Visitors or thin their ranks, so we'd recommend stealth wherever possible. Keep performing Quick Purge kills where you can, and this will pop eventually.
  • Defeat a total of 50 Visitors using the bow.

    At a certain juncture during the story, you'll discover KK's old ghost hunting bow. There will be times when you have to rely entirely on the bow, so any Visitors you kill with it during these segments will automatically count towards this. Otherwise, you're going to have to go out of your way and equip the bow (by pressing down on the d-pad), then bag some additional kills towards your tally. Upgrading it with faster draw speed and a quiver able to hold up to 20 arrows rather than ten will be helpful, so be sure to do that.
  • Defeat a total of 20 Visitors with headshots.

    This isn't quite as straightforward as it sounds, since a lot of Visitors have umbrellas obscuring their faces. After 35 hours of play, this somehow managed to elude us. Your best bet is to let enemies get close and attack you, exposing their heads to you can thump projectiles directly into their horrible faces. Dispatch 20 Visitors by blasting their heads, and you'll get a bronze trophy for your efforts. Just keep on aiming for enemy domes, and this will eventually come.
  • Defeat a total of 10 Visitors with Quick Purge while they are held by a Stun Talisman.

    While you're visiting a nekomata vendor, stock up on Stun Talismans, then throw one down by equipping it from the radial weapon menu (accessed by holding R1), making sure the area-of-effect circle captures as many Visitors as possible at once. Then, you'll need to be pretty fast, running up behind enemies and performing Quick Purge kills by holding down L2 when the prompt appears. It's worth noting that having the speedier Quick Purge skill, acquired via Akito's skill tree, will help you here, as will wearing the Talisman Beads (found at the Momokane Building Rooftop Torii Gate in the east), which doubles the duration of Talisman effects. Quick Purge ten enemies while they're stunned by the Stun Talisman, and hey presto.
  • Defeat a total of 3 Visitors with Quick Purge while hiding in bushes created by a Thicket Talisman.

    Head over to a nekomata store, and the floating feline will sell you aa Thicket Talisman, enabling you to summon a handy bit of shrubbery to hide in. Be sure to stay crouched by pressing the circle button, then slowly sneak upon an enemy, holding down L2 to carry out a stealthy Quick Purge kill by creeping up from behind, and waiting for the notification to pop up. You only have to do this to three enemies, so it's dead easy.
  • Defeat a total of 10 Visitors by exposing their cores with Exposure Talismans and ripping them out.

    Floaty cat-like nekomata vendors will sell you all manner of consumable items, including various Talismans – strips of paper that can be thrown to perform different abilities. One of these is the Exposure Talisman, which, as the description notes, exposes the cores of enemies. Be sure to aim carefully before throwing down a Talisman, to make efficient use of its area of effect. Once a foe's core has been exposed, hold L2 down to tug the core out from their chest. Do this to 10 enemies and you can chalk this trophy off your list.
  • Perform a total of 30 Perfect Blocks.

    Pressing and holding the L1 button will cause Akito to block enemy attacks, be they close-quarters strikes or projectiles. The idea here is to time your block just as an attack is about to land, which will also send an enemy reeling backwards. With the DualSense, you'll know when you've successfully performed a 'Perfect Block'. Get your timing just right 30 times, and the trophy will unlock.
  • Wire In a total of 10 times.

    There's a point during the story where you'll learn how to 'Wire In'. This is basically an ultimate ability that slows time and enables you to whittle down enemy health with far fewer shots. Activated by filling a circular orange gauge next to your health, to Wire In, you'll need to click in the L3 and R3 buttons simultaneously, then feel free to go nuts. This ability is also very useful for unlocking the 'Go For the Eyes' and 'One Fell Swoop' trophies. Wire In ten times by filling the gauge and then activating the ability, and enjoy that little pinging trophy pop sound.
  • Spend a total of 1,000,000 meika.

    If you're going for the 100%, you'll have to purchase pricey magatama and KK Files from Ghostwire's feline nekomata vendors, which will account for a significant chunk of this. If you're buying consumables, as well as other odds and sods, this will come over time during the story. You'll find meika from certain large enemies, by feeding dogs who will dig up cash for you, in yellow ether crystal pots and lucky cats, as well as in bins, by transferring spirits, and completing missions. Wearing Prosperity Beads will also double the amount of meika gained from yellow ether crystals, and other means.
  • Put a total of 10,000 meika into offering boxes.

    At some of the game's larger shrines - situated at certain torii gates - you'll find wooden prayer boxes where you can throw in either 100 or 500 meika in exchange for a wish. These include revealing the location of certain collectibles, or granting health and SP. Chuck in 500 meika each time you visit an offering box, and you'll eventually unlock this.

Secret trophies

  • Complete Chapter 1.

    Story related. Cannot be missed.

    Complete all missions during Chapter 1: Beginnings to earn this trophy. These are:
    • The Vanishing
    • City of Shadows
  • Complete Chapter 2.

    Story related. Cannot be missed.

    Complete all missions during Chapter 2: Trouble to earn this trophy. These are:
    • KK
    • Clearing the Fog
    • A Maze of Death
    • The Buried Life
    • The Caves of Steel
  • Complete Chapter 3.

    Story related. Cannot be missed.

    Complete all missions during Chapter 3: Connection to earn this trophy. These are:
    • Pillar of Light
    • Blindness
    • Agony
  • Complete Chapter 4.

    Story related. Cannot be missed.

    Complete all missions during Chapter 4: Contortion to earn this trophy. These are:
    • Giants
    • The Black Tower (final mission prompting the point of no return)
  • Complete Chapter 5.

    Story related. Cannot be missed.

    Complete all missions during Chapter 5: Severance to earn this trophy. These are:
    • Family
    • Tokyo Tower
  • Complete Chapter 6.

    Story related. Cannot be missed.

    Complete all missions during Chapter 5: Severance to earn this trophy. These are:
    • Mari
    • Gate to the Underworld
    • Farewells
  • Complete the main story.

    Story related. Cannot be missed.

    Complete Chapter 6, and you'll bag this trophy for finishing the main story. Well done! You'll be able to create a cleared save file, which enables you to continue from before the point of no return during Chapter 4, so you can mop up any collectibles, side missions, or any other loose threads.
  • Pet an animal.

    Tokyo's streets are festooned with stray dogs and cats roaming about the place. Walk up to one and give it a furry massage with a press of L2, and you'll get this trophy. Note that some cats are standoffish and won't want you touching them. Sod those little bastards, and pet a dog instead.
  • Use Photo Mode for the first time.

    Pause the game using the options button, then select the Photo Mode from the pause menu. You don't even need to take an actual picture. Just going into Photo Mode is enough to unlock the trophy. There are loads of filters and poses to mess about with, though. It's fun. Why not take a snap?
  • Successfully protect at least 3 Containment Cubes in a single battle.

    At random intervals while exploring Tokyo, you'll see percentage gauges popping up, marking the positions of Containment Cubes suspended above the streets. Head towards them and fight back the Visitors trying to capture the spirits in these floating cubes to unlock this trophy, making sure that the percentage doesn't go down to zero. If a Visitor starts capturing, get over to the cube and blast them away. Sometimes there will only be two cubes, so you might have to wait until there are three in one place. Simply defend an instance of three cubes from a horde of enemies, and you'll get the trophy.
  • Pull a "Daikyo" omikuji.

    Several torii gate shrines have counter surfaces where you can pay 200 meika to draw a note from a little wooden box to receive a fortune. While you'll be hoping for a good one to grant you a temporary buff, this trophy actually requires you to pull a rubbish fortune. Each time you see an omikuji box (marked on the map by the Hirokawa Shrine, Onten Shrine, and Shiroyama Shrine torii gates), draw a fortune until you're presented with something crap. We managed it on our second attempt, so hopefully it won't take too many tries.
  • Fuse back with KK after being hit by a severance attack.

    This will almost inevitably happen while playing through the story. Both the Kuchisake and Crimson Kuchisake wield scissors, and if you get too close, they'll grab Akito by the neck and tear KK from out of him. The Crimson Kuchisake is especially aggressive, and will run at you to carry out this attack – you'll be lucky to evade this during an encounter. Once KK has been severed from Akito, you can pull him closer with the square button, or get close and re-absorb him with by holding down the L2 button. It's better to sprint towards KK and fuse back together as fast as possible, as Akito is shorn of his powers without KK, leaving you to rely solely on the bow. Fuse with KK once more, and the trophy will unlock.
  • Defeat a Visitor with a headshot from a distance of at least 40m.

    You've a couple of choices here. You can either take to the rooftops and try sniping from above (not the best idea as most enemies have umbrellas over their heads), or you can line up a Visitor from the end of the street, and either use the bow, or attempt to take them out with one of your Ethereal Weaving powers. Your gust power is the most accurate, but the flame power is much stronger. Don't bother using the aqua power, as it launches a wide crescent projectile, so is not particularly accurate. You can go to the map via the DualSense touchpad and place a custom waypoint to help measure the correct distance.
  • Grapple and glide to remain in the air for at least 10 seconds.

    First of all, this will require you unlock the 'Amenotori X' ability from the abilities skill tree, enabling you to summon a tengu grappling point at will, by holding down L2 and pressing X when the prompt appears. Life will also be infinitely easier if you also pick up the 'Amenokagami III' ability, so you can extend your glide duration to five seconds. It's then a case of getting up to a high vantage point, and then gliding your way across the city skyline, combining glides seamlessly with grapples. Easier said than done, of course, but entirely possible. Just be sure to be have plenty of room to fall, and then grapple - if you can find several tengu close together, more’s the better.
  • Spend at least 30 seconds looking at the moon.

    This one's simple enough. Look to skyward and find the ominous red moon looming over Tokyo, and look at it for more than 30 seconds. Ping! The trophy - and a lovely howling sound from the DualSense speaker - is yours.

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