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- Estimated trophy difficulty: 2.5/10 (Estimated Platinum Difficulty)
- Offline trophies: 33 (8, 22, 2, 1)
- Online trophies: 0
- Approximate amount of time to Platinum: It is possible to do the game in one playthrough, which takes roughly 6-8 hours to get through but you can expect to play far more than just one Playthrough for the platinum as the majority of the trophies are luck based. While it can be done in about 8 hours, in reality, you'll more than likely be putting 40+ into this. (Estimated Time to Platinum)
- Minimum number of playthroughs: 1 but because the majority of the trophies are luck based, it is very likely you'll be playing anywhere from 4-10+ playthroughs to get everything you need.
- Number of missable trophies: 23 - All of the Collection-related trophies and Dungarees are missable
- Glitched trophies: No
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: No, you can play on Normal for all of the trophies. Expert is available for an additional challenge but is not required for the Platinum.
In Wilmot's Warehouse, you'll be tasked with unloading and sorting products in your warehouse. Sounds easy enough, right? While the concept of the game is indeed simple, executing the task is a challenge on it's own. In a warehouse that fits about 95 items comfortably, you'll need to manage and maintain 200 items in total. At the end of each workday, 4 of your co-workers will give you orders that you need to pull and deliver but you'll only have a limited time to do so. For this reason, you want to make sure your warehouse's organization is in top notch shape. If you succeed in delivering the goods, you'll be rewarded Stars which can be used to purchase upgrades. If you fail to deliver the goods, you get nothing (good day, sir!). When completing these deliveries, prioritize the co-workers with stars below them to maximize your reward payout. This game does have a co-op option but it is local co-op only. You can use the SharePlay feature to add an online friend in but if your internet connection it choppy, the difficulty of the game will increase greatly as everything is time sensitive.
Only 9 of the trophies available in the game are story related. Not including the Platinum, the remaining 23 are all luck based and not just a little bit of luck but a pretty decent amount of luck. There are a total of 501 products in the game but you'll only see 200 randomly appear in each game. Out of the 501, 88 are needed for the trophies. Math will tell you that yes, there is a chance you'll get all of the items required in one game but the universe will tell you that you're a sweet summer child if you think that's actually going to happen. You can expect to put anywhere from 1 to 10+ playthroughs to get all the trophies required for Platinum. Luckily, the game is quite fast paced so while the grind will be a bit of a drag, it'll at least move at a decent pace.
When setting up your warehouse, it's highly recommended you sort the items by color. While you can sort them by type (animals, arrows etc.), sorting them by color will make them much easier to find, especially when you get towards the endgame and have to start weaving in and out of rows to beat the delivery timer. For the collection-related trophies, you'll need to have 4 of the respective collection's products in play at one single time. When you do, you need to form a group with the 4 tiles.
You can put them in a line:
...or in a box:
No other item can be touching the group. As soon as the 4 tiles are placed together, their respective trophy will unlock and you can put them back where you got them. A massive thanks to Finji for help with narrowing down the tiles for each of the collections and verifying the items listed in the guide work.
Step 1: Play the game
On your 1st playthrough of the game, you mostly want to get a feel for how you want your warehouse to be setup. You should definitely still be keeping an eye out for the collection-related products but take this 1st run as a chance to decide and perfect, how you want to organize everything. The easier you can make it on yourself to maneuver around, the easier the overall grind for Platinum will be. Don't worry about the Dungarees on this first run. Increasing weight limit and removing containers should be the priority with your Stars and Upgrades. It's highly likely you'll miss a handful of deliveries towards the end of the game if this is your first time so you might not have enough Stars by the time you reach the 200 product limit. The more you play the game, the better you'll get at it so you can worry about getting the fancy pants on a future run. Once you've completed your first playthrough, you will have earned the following trophies:
Step 2: Clean-up
Now comes the grind. It may take an additional run or two to really decide how you want to layout your warehouse but once you find your sweet spot, the game will move much quicker. You still want to prioritize weight limit and removing containers with your Stars but once you get the hang of the game, you should be able to earn stars more easily, allowing you to purchase the Dungarees when they become available. Outside of the pantaloons, you need to make sure you keep an eye on all of the collection-related tiles/products. At the start of each work day (save for the Stock Take day), you'll gain 4 new products to sort in your warehouse. You'll also be shown a grid with all the items you currently have in your inventory. Use this grid to sort out the collections, it will make your life a lot easier, I promise. You'll undoubtedly need multiple playthroughs to get everything required for all of the trophies but once you've completed all of the collections, you'll earn the following:
The Music Trophy
That Wheels Trophy
The Banana Collector
All The Camels
The Haberdashery Trophy
The English Collection
Origin of Species
Man's Best Friend
Get In The Sea!
Insects Are My Friends.
The Secrets Of Wind
The Time Trophy
Good Job Wilmot!