- Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10 (Platinum Difficulty Thread)
- Offline trophies: 46 (35, 8, 2, 1)
- Online trophies: None
- Approximate amount of time to platinum: 16-20 Hours (Time to Platinum Thread)
- Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
- Number of missable trophies: N/A
- Glitched trophies: N/A
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: N/A
- Do trophies stack?: N/A
- Do cheat codes disable trophies?: N/A
- Additional peripherals required?: N/A
This is a tale of ancient times. An era before the human and non-human worlds were forever divided. When the Holy Knights defended the realm, wielding their magical powers, they were feared and highly respected. But among them, a group emerged that betrayed the kingdom, and became enemies to all Holy Knights. They were known throughout the land as the Seven Deadly Sins.
Welcome to The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia. This game is an action, beat-em-up style fighting game involving the popular manga, and Netflix original anime, The Seven Deadly Sins. If you've played something like J-Stars Victory Versus, then this isn't too far off. Fans of the series will get a bit more enjoyment out of this game compared to others as it essentially retells the story of season one in detail, and vaguely covers the events that occur afterwards as well. If you are not a fan of the series, but are looking to get a basic understanding of it and what happens, then this game will help with that. If you are just looking for an easy platinum, this game will help with that too.
Step 1: Play through all the Main Quests
The first thing to do is play through all of the main quests. This alone is going to net you a lot of trophies, and get you through the majority of side quests since many of them are needed to advance the story after the events of season 1. Main Quests are found in actual named locations on the map under the "Quests" tab and are identified with a gold bracket. While playing through the story, try to obtain as many S ranks as possible since they aren't that hard and it will lessen the load for later, but don't kill yourself because you'll be grabbing some magical item upgrades later to help with them. You'll likely also do a couple of field quests in order to gain hearsay and advance the story, but try to keep track of which ones you do and do not S rank, because there's no way to track S ranks in the game other than going to the actual quest itself and checking the rank. Field Quests randomly disappear and respawn, making them hard to find at times. After completing all Main Quests, you'll have all characters unlocked which will allow all Field Quests to be able to appear. You will also have obtained a lot of Magic Crystals to use on upgrades.
Step 2: Complete all Side Quests
After completing all Main Quests, you should be able to play through most, if not all, Side Quests now. Side Quests are also found in named locations on the map under the "Quests" tab, but are instead distinguished with a silver bracket around them. You can also take this time to go to the "Magical Item Creation" tab and plan your route to create the Chic Hairpiece. This item boosts Appeal Point gain by 30% and will make getting S ranks easier. Look at the items leading up to it and complete the quests to create them and make your way to the Chic Hairpiece. Putting the cursor over an item will tell you the ingredient needed, the quest that gives the ingredient along with its location, and the amount of Magic Crystals needed. I highly suggest doing this as soon as possible in this step, because doing it early will allow for easier S ranks and less replays of quests. After that, I suggest focusing on creating the Floating Crystal magical item which allows The Boar Hat to fly. This will be needed for the next step in order to reach certain areas in Liones with Field Quests you could not otherwise reach.
Step 3: Complete all remaining Quests and obtain all S ranks
At this point you should be more than prepared to obtain the remaining S ranks you have. If you haven't already, go back and obtain S ranks in all Main Quests and Side Quests you need. After that, complete all remaining Field Quests and obtain S ranks in them. This will be the most time consuming part since there are a fair amount of Field Quests. Keep in mind that the bonus Side Quests (distinguished through bronze brackets in the Quests tab, and "+" symbol out in the field) are not required for the platinum. These are bonus quests made available through updates/DLC and have no bearing on the main game and its trophy list. As you progress through all the remaining quests, keep crafting magical items and feel free to use the ones that help you the most. Also remember that Field Quests randomly disappear and respawn, so if you don't see the quest you need, just keep completing other quests until it finally appears.
Step 4: Clean Up
At this point, you should have just about everything done. All you should have left are creating the remaining Magical Items, seeing everyone's Special Attack, and possibly some miscellaneous stuff you may have not obtained such as winning a battle with no damage. Just grind out Magic Crystals for the remaining items (it really shouldn't take you too long, if you even need to do it at all), and go into Versus mode on the Title Menu and use characters with Special Moves you haven't seen yet (You'll likely only be missing Ash Demon Hendrickson and Zeldris). After that, you should have your platinum.
morg106 for the banner
[PST would like to thank luffybuggy for this Roadmap]