- Estimated Platinum Difficulty: 6/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating)
- Total Trophies: 51
- Offline Trophies: 47 [2 | 8 | 37 ]
- Online Trophies: 4 [1 | 3 ]
- Approximate amount of time to : 10-25 Hours Depending on FPS Skills, Pilot Maneuvering Skills & How many Hours it took you to get the ...Becomes the Master trophy (Estimated Time to Platinum)
- Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
- Number of missable trophies: None, due to Mission Select
- Glitched Trophies: None.
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: Yes, you need to complete the Campaign on Master Difficulty.
- Do trophies stack?: The difficulty trophies stack for playing the highest difficulty setting, Master.
- Do cheat codes disable trophies?: No cheats.
Titanfall 2 is a first-person shooter video game developed by Respawn Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts. It is the sequel to Titanfall (2014), which was released exclusively for Xbox One and Xbox 360 on the console side, along with a release for PC version. The only reason that this happened was due to an agreement deal made with Microsoft. This contract prevented the first game from coming to the PlayStation platforms; however, Respawn Entertainment has stated that the deal was only for the first Titanfall game.
Titanfall 2 comes with both a Single Player Campaign and Multiplayer Mode. In Single Player, you'll play as an aspiring Pilot and a veteran Titan who need to work together to stay alive and defeat a powerful enemy against all odds. In Multiplayer, you can play as a Pilot with brand new Titans and a much deeper customization with fast-paced gameplay in a variety of Games Modes.
Trophy-wise, the entire trophy list is very easy and consists of the following things: Story Related, Pilot, Titan, Miscellaneous, Collectibles and Multiplayer Trophies. Nothing in the game is missable due to the Mission Select and Multiplayer only takes 15-30 minutes to complete depending on how long it takes you to get just 1 multiplayer match victory win. Collectibles are easy to find if you're using a Collectible Guide or Video Guide. Master Difficulty is also very easy and in fact, you can turn invisible and run past most of the enemies in this game. Playing on Master Difficulty will allow you to Platinum the game with only 1 playthrough and you can use Easy Difficulty to clean up any missed trophies via Mission Select.
What makes the trophy list hard? There is only one trophy that most players are concerned about and that is the ...Becomes the Master trophy. This is a trophy that you might have seen numerous threads and videos about. You'll need to place in the top 3 on the Gauntlet scoreboard and I'm not going to lie, it's hard. The ...Becomes the Master trophy is something that you're going to have to practice if you hope to obtain this Platinum Trophy.
Step 1: Complete the Campaign on Master Difficulty while Collecting all Pilot Helmets
I recommend playing on Master Difficulty right away so you only have to play through the game once. In Master Difficulty, death comes swiftly and without mercy. You cannot change difficulty settings at the Main Menu, so start a "New Game" and press during the first cutscene of the game to bring up the Paused Menu. On the Paused Menu, scroll down to "SETTINGS", "Change Difficulty", and select "Master". This will allow you to play Master Difficulty from start to finish without changing the difficulty setting. It should also be noted, that after completing Mission 1: The Pilot's Gauntlet, the game will automatically suggest a difficulty setting for you. You can refuse the setting it offers as you're not forced to accept it. Additionally, the first Mission doesn't have any difficulty settings attached to it and is not needed for the Legendary Pilot trophy's unlocking. Completing the Campaign on Master Difficulty will also unlock the trophies for completing the game on Regular and Hard Difficulties due to them stacking.
While you're playing on Master Difficulty, try to collect all 46 Pilot Helmets. It is okay if you miss some of the Pilot Helmets while you're playing because anything you do miss can be clean up via Mission Select Easy Difficulty. Additionally, try your best to obtain as many Mission specific trophies as you can during your Master Playthrough. There are some trophies that can only be done on specific Missions and there are a few Pilot Trophies and Titan Trophies that must be done while playing as either a Pilot or Titan only.
Most of the trophies will come naturally for you without really even trying for them. When you get new Titan Loadouts, be sure to use your Titan Core for that new Titan Loadout so you get the trophies for killing an enemy Titan with it. Use your Pilot Cloak Ability  to skip past most of the game and enemies. If you need any strategies or methods on how to defeat the any of the five bosses, please refer to the Trophy Guide Section for more information.
Additionally, there is an easier way to complete Master Difficulty and that is by doing the changing difficulty method, which hasn't been patched. You do this by starting the Mission on Master and when you die and the screen turns gray; press and change the difficulty to easy. You then need to wait for the game to reload even if it says press to respawn on the screen. When the game finishes loading, you will be on Easy Difficulty for the remainder of the current Mission, but the game thinks you're still playing on Master Difficulty and will get credit for completing the Mission on Master instead of Easy. After completing the Mission, return back to the main menu and select Mission Select. You will see that you've completed that Mission on Master Difficulty because you'll have this icon right next to it: . It should be noted that some Missions are split into three different parts. So you might have to replay those Missions over again if you're using this changing difficulty method.
Furthermore, you can start the next Mission on Master Difficulty and repeat the process again to play the Mission on Easy Difficulty; however, it should be noted that if you died while playing on Easy doing this method. You need to press when the screen turns gray and change the difficulty to Master. Wait for the game to reload even if it says press to respawn on the screen. When the game finishes loading, you will be on Master Difficulty for the remainder of the current Mission. This basically prevents the game from recognizing that you're playing on Easy Difficulty and if you fail to do this when you finished the Mission you would only get the credit for completing the Mission/Chapter on Easy Difficulty instead of Master. If you died again on Master, simply repeat the previous steps again of going into to change it back into Easy.
Completing this step will earn you the following trophies:
I'm Not Locked in Here With You
Dust to Dust
Following the Footsteps
Unlicensed Nuclear Accelerator
See You at the Party
The Real Pilot's Gauntlet
Jack of All Trades
Off the Beaten Path
Every Nook and Cranny
Step 2: Cleanup all Campaign Trophies on Easy Difficulty
This is your cleanup step and if you're missing any trophies such as Mission specific, Pilot or Titan only related trophies, or any missed Pilot Helmets, then now is the time to go back and obtain them all via Mission Select. Cleaning up trophies doesn't take long and once you finished everything in that Mission, press , scroll down to "SETTINGS", select "Quit", and "Yes: Return to Main Menu." so you can do a different trophy.
As for the ...Becomes the Master trophy, I personally recommend saving that trophy for last. You might not obtain that trophy during this cleanup step and there is no shame in that. Some people will get it right away with many hours spent practicing for it. Other players usually come back for it after finishing the rest of the trophy list.
Trophies that can be earned from this step:
It Was Coming Right For Us
Angel of Death
I have the Power!
Coup de Grace
You can be my Wingman anytime
I know Kung Fu
Step 3: Obtain all Multiplayer Trophies
This is the easiest and shortest step that you have to do, simply "Launch" Multiplayer at the Main Menu of the game. There are only 3 Multiplayer trophies and as mentioned in the Introduction; they only take 15-30 minutes of your time to obtain them. The first thing you want to do is join a Multiplayer Network or make your own Network. Our website actually has its own Multiplayer Network:
The Official [PST] PlayStationTrophies.org Multiplayer Network
Joining our Network will unlock the Free Association trophy for you. Afterward, change your loadout for the first time for either Pilot or Titan, and then find any Game Mode so you can get your first win in a Multiplayer Match. Do all three of these things and you're done with Multiplayer.
Completing Multiplayer will unlock the following trophies:
Lock and Load
So It Begins...
Step 4: Place in the top 3 on the Gauntlet scoreboard
This step is optional, and if you haven't obtained the ...Becomes the Master trophy. Now is to time to do so, start practicing the Gauntlet, search for videos of people who have obtained the trophy. You might learn something from watching other people and read through threads where others shared their own experiences such as this one:
"...Becomes the Master" - In-Depth Guide (Easiest Method)
Last of all, keep practicing. Spend about 1-6 hours a day practicing if you have to. You won't get this trophy without at least putting some time and effort into it. It sucks and it's not easy, but do not give up! Keep at it and it will eventually happen for you. For any tips or suggestions, please refer to the Trophy Guide Section.
This step will ultimately unlock the following trophies:
...Becomes the Master
Welcome to the 6-4
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