• Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10 POLL
  • Offline trophies: 45 (38, 4, 3)
  • Online trophies: 6 (4, 1, 1)
  • Approximate amount of time to platinum: 10-15 hours POLL
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 3 seasons in Career, 1 championship + at least 30 other races
  • Number of missable trophies: 0
  • Glitched trophies: 0
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No, can do everything on easiest settings
  • Do trophies stack?: N/A
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: N/A
  • Additional peripherals required?: N/A

 


Monster Energy Supercross is a racing video game developed and published by Milestone, the team behind the MXGP series. The game features the riders and the bikes from the 250Sx and 450Sx divisions, along with all the tracks from the 2017 Season.

The platinum is pretty straightforward and relatively easy. You can play everything on the easiest settings, but you could earn more prestige points and credits by playing longer races or against AI on a highest difficulty. It's totally optional though, as the end-game grind is relatively short.

You'll have to complete 3 Seasons in Career mode for a total of 35 races, another 17 tracks official championship with R. Dungey and 30 custom races created by other players. The track editor is a new feature in this game and let you create your own custom tracks to share with the community. Note that you need an online connection to access this mode.
 



Step 1: Career mode + Holeshots

After the tutorial, start the game with Career mode. The game will let you create and customize your driver.

You'll have 3 Seasons to do in this mode: 2 in 250 category (East & West) and 1 in 450 category. You only need to finish on the podium of each championship to get the Career trophies, but you should aim to win all the races to get their respective trophies, earn more prestige points and SX credits, and most importantly to automatically earn A remarkable feat . Winning a 250 and a 450 championship will net you this trophy, while the other requirements are quite grindy.

You could skip races once you've secured the first place but you shouldn't as you need to earn a lot of credits and prestige points.

Throughout your career and the rest of the game, you should work on the holeshots. You'll need to do 10 holeshots but you can't farm them, as you need to finish the race for the holeshot to count; you can't get 10 holeshots using the rewind feature on the same track.

During this step, you'll earn:

May the journey begin
The first of many
Anaheim 1 Event
San Diego Event
Anaheim 2 Event
Glendale Event
Oakland Event
Arlington Event
Minneapolis Event
Atlanta Event
Toronto Event
Daytona Beach Event
Indianapolis Event
Detroit Event
St. Louis Event
Seattle Event
Salt Lake City Event
East Rutherford Event
Las Vegas Event
Where do I sign?
East Coast Champion
West Coast Champion
On top of the world
A remarkable feat


Step 2: Official 450 championship with R. Dungey

Now you'll need to win an official 450 championship while playing as R. Dungey, so make sure to choose the right options before starting the championship. There are 17 races in this championship; you don't have to win them all as long as you're first overall, but you should aim to win everything anyway to get more points and credits.

During this step, you'll earn:

Following in the footsteps


Step 3: Track Editor mode

This game features a Track Editor mode that let you create and play on custom tracks created by the community. You'll need to create 5 different tracks and complete 30 custom tracks created by other players. Note that you need an online connection to access the editor and play the community tracks.

During this step, you'll earn:

My way
Seems to be enjoying it
Thanks for coming!
Come back soon!
You're one of the family


Step 4: Misc trophies + grind

Now that you're done with everything else, it's time to earn the miscellaneous trophies if you haven't earned them yet. You should already be at Level 100 Prestige, but you won't likely have 3 million credits yet, so you'll have a bit of a grind to do. If you need credits, the best way is to complete championships instead of single races, as you earn a bonus for winning a championship. For the distance trophies, try to find or create a custom race with straight lines around the stadium so you can go full speed.

During this step, you'll earn:

Apprentice
Model Student
Maestro
Until the last breath
Tightrope walker
What's done is done
Professional Rider
A good first take
American kangaroo
Keep it up!
Tireless
Inexhaustible
All that glitters
Hoarder
Lap of luxury
Noteworthy
Standing Ovation
Perfect start
Ten little Holeshots
Fashion Victim
Supercross God

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Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame Trophy Guide

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51 trophies ( 42  )

  • Unlock all trophies

    Get all the other trophies to earn this new platinum!

  • Reach Prestige Level 25

    Please refer to Maestro .

  • Reach Prestige Level 50

    Please refer to Maestro .

  • Reach Prestige Level 100

    You will earn Prestige points after finishing races, finishing championships, etc. You will earn more points if you win races and championships, and you can earn more points by doing stunts, etc. You can also change the race settings - playing on a higher difficulty, doing the full event (qualifiers, heat and main event) or playing with the normal physics - to earn more points, but it's totally optional.

    As long as you aim to win every race, you will get this trophy playing normally with the easiest settings, after finishing your career, the championship with R. Dungey and the 30 events created by other players.

  • Reach the podium in the 250 East Championship in Career mode

    Choose the 250 East Championship during your career mode and win all the 9 events to get their respective trophies. You only need to finish at least third overall to get this trophy, but it's best to win the championship to earn more credits, prestige points and easily get A remarkable feat .

    Don't hesitate to buy another bike or upgrade it by buying better parts if you see that you have trouble winning a race. The 3,000,000 SX Credits trophy is the cumulative total you've earned, so you can spend money however and whenever you want.

  • Reach the podium in the 250 West Championship in Career mode

    Choose the 250 West Championship during your career mode and win all the 9 events to get their respective trophies. You only need to finish at least 3rd to get this trophy but it's best to win the championship to earn more credits, prestige points and easily get A remarkable feat .

    Don't hesitate to buy another bike or upgrade it by buying better parts if you see that you have trouble winning a race. The 3,000,000 SX Credits trophy is the cumulative total you've earned, so you can spend money however and whenever you want.

  • Reach the podium in the 450 Championship in Career mode

    The 450 Championship is available in Career mode after finishing on the podium in at least one of the two 250 Championships and reaching a certain level of prestige. There are 17 races in this championship. You only need to finish at least third overall to get this trophy, but it's best to win the championship to earn more credits, prestige points and easily get A remarkable feat .

    If this championship is still locked after meeting the requirements, reload your game and it should fix the issue.

    Don't hesitate to buy another bike or upgrade it by buying better parts if you see that you have trouble winning a race. The 3,000,000 SX Credits trophy is the cumulative total you've earned, so you can spend money however and whenever you want. And you should - the opponents will be a bit better in the 450 category so it's recommended to upgrade your bike as much as you can.

  • Pass a Last Chance Qualifier session in any game mode

    Before starting a race, you'll need to select Race Options and change the Race Type to The Real Thing (you don't have to change the other settings).

    Now you will have to complete: Qualifying, Heat, Semi (only on 450), Last Chance Qualifier and the Main Event. Note that there is no Semi on 250, which will save some time on this trophy.

    Qualifying:

    • It doesn't matter, you can finish in any position, but winning will let you choose your position for the Heat. You can skip them if you want, or set the best time and go back to the pit and skip some time.

    Heat:

    • If you're on 250 you'll need to finish between the 11th and last place to get to the LCQ.
    • If you're on 450 you'll need to finish outside of the Top 4 to get to the Semi.

    Semi:

    • There is no Semi on 250.
    • If you're on 450 you'll need to finish outside of the Top 5 to get to the LCQ.

    Last Chance Qualifier:

    • You will need to finish between the first and fourth position to be qualified for the Main Event and get the trophy.
  • Win a Main Event at Anaheim 1 in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the first race of the 250 West Championship. It can rain on this track, so watch out for this as it can be a bit trickier to ride.

  • Win a Main Event at San Diego in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the second race of the 250 West Championship. It can rain on this track, so watch out for this as it can be a bit trickier to ride.

  • Win a Main Event at Anaheim 2 in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the third race of the 250 West Championship. It can rain on this track, so watch out for this as it can be a bit trickier to ride.

  • Win a Main Event at Glendale in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the fourth race of the 250 West Championship. This race takes place in a covered stadium, so you won't have to worry about rain.

  • Win a Main Event at Oakland in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the fifth race of the 250 West Championship. It can rain on this track, so watch out for this as it can be a bit trickier to ride.

  • Win a Main Event at Arlington in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the sixth race of the 250 West Championship. This race takes place in a covered stadium, so you won't have to worry about rain.

  • Win a Main Event at Minneapolis in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the first race of the 250 East Championship. This race takes place in a covered stadium, so you won't have to worry about rain.

  • Win a Main Event at Atlanta in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the second race of the 250 East Championship. This race takes place in a covered stadium, so you won't have to worry about rain.

  • Win a Main Event at Toronto in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the third race of the 250 East Championship. This race takes place in a covered stadium, so you won't have to worry about rain.

  • Win a Main Event at Daytona Beach in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the fourth race of the 250 East Championship. It can rain on this track, so watch out for this as it can be a bit trickier to ride.

  • Win a Main Event at Indianapolis in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the fifth race of the 250 East Championship. This race takes place in a covered stadium, so you won't have to worry about rain.
     

  • Win a Main Event at Detroit in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the sixth race of the 250 East Championship. This race takes place in a covered stadium, so you won't have to worry about rain.

  • Win a Main Event at St. Louis in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the seventh race of the 250 East Championship. This race takes place in a covered stadium, so you won't have to worry about rain.

  • Win a Main Event at Seattle in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the seventh race of the 250 West Championship. It can rain on this track, so watch out for this as it can be a bit trickier to ride.

  • Win a Main Event at Salt Lake City in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the eighth race of the 250 West Championship. It can rain on this track, so watch out for this as it can be a bit trickier to ride.

  • Win a Main Event at East Rutherford in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the eighth race of the 250 East Championship. It can rain on this track, so watch out for this as it can be a bit trickier to ride.

  • Win a Main Event at Las Vegas in any game mode

    If you start with Career mode, the first opportunity to get this trophy is in the ninth and final race of the 250 East or West Championship. It can rain on this track, so watch out for this as it can be a bit trickier to ride.

  • Complete a race without taking a fall in any game mode

    Simply complete any race without falling off your bike. You don't have to win the race, so let your opponents taking the lead at the start if you're not confident and drive carefully until the finish line. You can use rewind each time you fall and still successfully unlock this trophy at the end of the race.

  • Complete a race without using Rewind in any game mode

    Simply complete any race without using the rewind feature. You don't have to win the race, so just make sure to not hit and just finish the race.

  • Complete a race with Normal Physics in any game mode

    Before starting a race, select Race Options and change the Physics to Normal. Now you just need to complete a race. You don't need to win, and you can fall off and use rewinds if you want.

  • Complete a race without taking a fall or using Rewind in any game mode

    For this trophy, you're not able to fall off your bike or use rewind, but the good thing is that you don't have to win the race. Make sure to let your opponents take the lead at the start, as you can easily collide with them otherwise. Then drive carefully until you reach the finish line. Make sure to never hit , and if you fall off you'll have to restart the race.

  • Make 50 successive jumps without taking a fall or using Rewind in Time Attack mode

    From the main menu, select Single Player, Time Attack, then choose your bike and the track of your choice. This can be done on any track; you can do it on official or custom tracks created by other players, or you can even create your own track with many jumps and straight lines. Make sure to play with the easiest settings to make this easier.

    You'll need to perform 50 jumps without falling off your bike or using rewind. You can take your time, so make sure to drive carefully and you'll get your trophy after your 50th jump.

  • Race a total of 50 miles (80 km) with any bike

    Please refer to Inexhaustible .

  • Race a total of 150 miles (241 km) with any bike

    Please refer to Inexhaustible .

  • Race a total of 300 miles (482 km) with any bike

    After getting all the other trophies, you should be at 200+ miles.

    The fastest way to grind this trophy is by playing the Las Vegas event because there are long straights. You can also try to find or create a custom track with long straight lines around the stadium so you can drive full speed.

    Try to create a custom track like this one, with long straight lines around the stadium:

  • Earn a total of 500,000 SX Credits

    Please refer to Lap of luxury .

  • Earn a total of 1,500,000 SX Credits

    Please refer to Lap of luxury .

  • Earn a total of 3,000,000 SX Credits

    Note that this is the cumulative total earned through the game; you can spend any credits you want to upgrade your bikes whenever you want. The trophy will pop once you've earned 3 millions credits, no matter how many you actually have banked. You can see how many credits you've earned in the statistics with

    You will earn SX Credits after finishing races, finishing championships, etc. You will earn more credits if you actually win the races and championships. You can also change the race settings - playing on a higher difficulty, doing the full event (qualifiers, heat and main event) or playing with the normal physics - to earn more points, but it can make the game a bit harder so it's up to you.

    You aren't likely get this trophy after finishing all the other trophies, so you will have a bit of a grind to get it, but you should already have 2+ million credits so the grind will not be very long.

    You should switch races to Medium Long (10 mins) so you can earn a huge bonus at the end of the races. The races will be longer but it's worth it. You should also play championships instead of single races to grind this trophy, as you'll get bonuses for winning a championship, which will save some time. You can play on a custom championship with a minimum of 4 races.

  • Win a Main Event in any game mode

    You'll get this trophy when you'll win your first Main Event. Since you need to win them all at least once, you'll probably earn this trophy on your first event in career mode in Minneapolis.

  • Win a total of 25 Main Events in any game mode

    Please refer to Standing Ovation .

  • Win a total of 50 Main Events in any game mode

    You will have to complete at least 36 Main Events in Career mode, 17 in the Championship with R. Dungey and a few others to grind the 3 million credits and other trophies. Aim to win everything and you will more than likely get this trophy naturally.

  • Get a Holeshot in any game mode

    Please refer to Ten little Holeshots .

  • Get a total of 10 Holeshots in any game mode

    Note that you need to finish the race or the holeshot will not count. Thus you should work on them throughout your Career, etc.

    Getting a holeshot means that you need to be in first position at the end of the first turn of the race. You'll see the "holeshot" sign above you when you reach it. It can be quite tricky in this game, especially if you don't take part to the qualifiers and start the race at the last place on the right, but it's totally possible to get them starting from this position.

    What you want to do is hold + when the race is about to start and count approximately 6 seconds before releasing . This way you'll start a bit before the gates actually open but you'll be able to take the lead. Then you'll want to make your way to the left as the first turn is always on the left and try not to hit any opponent and get the holeshot. This takes a bit of practice to get perfect starts and getting holeshots is easier in certain races, so make sure to work on them during your career, etc but don't lose too much time if you can't get one on a specific race.

    Unfortunately, using the rewind feature right after getting a holeshot to do it nine more times doesn't work in this game. You need to do it in ten different races.

  • Sign a contract with any 450 Sponsor in Career mode

    In Career mode, after finishing on the podium in at least one 250 championship, you'll have access to the 450 championship. Load it and click on sponsors, choose a sponsor and you will earn the trophy.

    Note that if you've previously signed up with a sponsor during the 250 championship, you'll automatically earn this trophy while loading the 450 championship.

  • Create your Custom Rider

    After the tutorial you'll be able to create your rider in the Customize menu. You'll also be asked to create a rider when starting your career. Give him a name and customize your rider however you want and you'll earn this trophy.

  • Make your first purchase in the rider customisation page

    In the Customize menu after creating your rider and earning some credits, you'll be able to buy new helmets, boots, etc to customize your rider. Purchase any of these items to get the trophy.

  • Create your first Custom Track

    Please refer to Seems to be enjoying it .

  • Create a total of 5 Custom Tracks

    From the main menu, go to Track Editor, New Track and choose any stadium. The game will show you a little tutorial to help you create your track.

    Place any Start with then place some curves and straight lines, place a finish line and finish your track with some other curves and lines. The last line you place must be connected with the green zone from the Start. Once done, you'll be able to press and then an AI will test your track, after that you'll have to choose to publish your track online or not, whatever choice you make your track will count for the trophy.

    Back at the creation menu, you don't have to recreate everything. Press to remove the last lines/turns and add some different ones and connect them again to the green zone. Test it again with . Repeat that with 5 different tracks and you'll get this trophy.

  • Complete a Main Event in a Custom Track created by another player

    Please refer to You're one of the family .

  • Complete a total of 10 Main Events in a Custom Track created by other players

    Please refer to You're one of the family .

  • Complete a total of 30 Main Events in a Custom Track created by other players

    From the main menu, select Single Player, Single Event, choose your bike, Track Selection, Online Tracks, then choose any track.

    For the sake of this trophy, you should try to find a short track. You can see the preview of the track, so if it looks like a short track put it in your favorites with . The Main Event will last at least 3 minutes, but if you're on a short track, the extra lap you'll need to do after the 3 minutes will only take 10 seconds which will save some time.

    You can complete the same track 30 times, but you'll need to return to the main menu after each race; it won't count if you select restart.

    There are thousands of online tracks but you can now search them by name with one of the latest patch. Look for short tracks like "SMALLEST TRACK" for example.

  • Win a 450 Championship with R. Dungey in Official Mode

    In the main menu, go to Solo, Championship, Official Championship, 450 and make sure to choose Ryan Dungey as a pilot.

    Now you will need to complete and win the championship. There are 17 races. You don't have to win them all as long as you finish the whole championship at the first place, but you should aim to win every race to earn more credits and prestige points anyway.

  • Complete any one of the SX Challenges

    There are 6 SX Challenges in the game; you can see them after each race or by pressing in the main menu and going in the SX Challenges tab.

    You only need to complete one, and you should go for the first one as it's very easy and straightforward as you need to win the 250 Championship (East or West) and the 450 Championship in Career mode. Since you need to at least finish on the podium of these championships to get the Career trophies, you might want to win these championships and finish this SX Challenge at the same time.

    The other challenges require you to either win 30 online races, get 10 million SX Credits, finish on the podium of 3 championships on the highest difficulty, drive 1000 kms or earn 35000 prestige points on a time attack race. None of that is required for any other trophy and will take some time, which is why you should go for the first SX Challenge.

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