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33 Easiest Platinum Trophies on PS4

Pick up some of these easiest Platinum trophies to make you feel like the ultimate PS4 player. But really, you're just cheesing through a lot of bad games.

16. Game of Thrones

Tyrion Game of Thrones game

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Probably the worst game in Telltale’s renaissance since finding mass popularity, Game of Thrones is still a fine game, even if it does run like total ass far too often.

As you’ve come to expect, the Platinum here is as easy as killing off the Lannisters: just go through the game and complete all five episodes. Try not to wince at Emilia Clarke’s shoddy voice acting and you will have another shiny blue trophy to add to your collection. They’re at work on a second season, so expect another easy Platinum before too long.

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Easiness: 10/10
Time required: 8 hours

 

17. Orc Slayer

Almost everyone who plays this game gets the Platinum, so if you don’t, you might need to turn off your Playstation and think about some stuff.

It’s a simple case of completing the game and trying not to miss the four trophies that are separate. You can do the whole thing in one sitting, if you can put up with a pretty atrocious shooter for that long. Orc Slayer is pretty damn close to being the worst PS4 game ever made, so collecting all of its 27 trophies may seem like a chore. I gave up after about an hour – sometimes it just isn’t worth it.

Easiness: 8/10
Time required: 3 hours

 

18. Jazzpunk

If you’re lucky enough to get through the utterly wild Jazzpunk without your melted brain seeping out of your ears, you deserve a Platinum trophy.

A lot of the trophies available are tied in with the story, but there are plenty of odd little sidemissions to beat involving pigeons. You may need a guide, but as Jazzpunk is such an easy, enjoyable game that’s over within about two hours, it’s worth doing a bit of reading up on or watching a walkthrough on YouTube.

Easiness: 10/10
Time required: 3 hours

 

19. Day of the Tentacle Remastered

Point and click games seem to be hallowed ground for completionists. Whether it’s because it’s usually very hard to reach a fail state or that they’re typically short, Platinums are never too far away.

Luckily for aggrieved PlayStation Subscribers who baulked at Day of the Tentacle being one of their free games, Day of the Tentacle at least gives you a simple Platinum. With a guide, all you have to do is interact with certain items and complete the story. It helps that it’s a great game, too.

Easiness:
10/10
Time required: 3 hours

 

20. Late Shift

Late Shift game trailer

A confusingly presented “game” (it used to be a cinema experience before being brought to consoles), Late Shift is an FMV title that boasts over four hours of film within, but you’re going to have to play through it multiple times to find every scene.

To unlock all the trophies and the elusive Platinum, you will need to unlock all seven endings. Each playthrough takes upwards of 80 minutes and there’s also no option to dip in and out of scenes. That means you’re going to have to play through it seven times to unlock everything, but don’t sweat it. There’s no difficulty involved whatsoever – it’s a game that’s only gameplay is selecting prompts.

Don’t rush to unlock all endings straight away; it’s a pretty quick way to get burnt out on a flawed but interesting title. Dip into it every week or so with the help of a guide and find everything you need to.

Easiness: 7/10
Time required: 10 hours

 

21. Seasons After Fall

Seasons After Fall

Seasons After Fall has one of the easiest Platinum trophies for a pretty simple reason: you cannot die. No matter how troubling its puzzles may be or the amount of times your fox falls from a ledge, the game is a sincere and serene affair that you can walk through at your own leisure.

The only difficulty it really poses is finding the flowers scattered around the massive forest, but as it was originally on PC, guides will show you the way without fuss. Plus, as a bonus, the game’s actually quite neat. The story is a little lacking and it isn’t the most enthralling of affairs, but it’s certainly one of the most relaxing. Reconnect with nature and earn a dirty Plat while you’re at it.

Easiness: 7/10
Time required: 8+ hours

 

22. The Walking Dead: A New Frontier

The Walking Dead A New Frontier

The most recent Telltale game keeps up the grand tradition of giving the player piece of cake Platinum trophies. All you have to do is beat its five episodes. Questions is: could you put up with the emotional turmoil or severe lack of Clem?

Easiness: 10/10
Time required: 6 hours

 

23. Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice

Hellblade is not an easy game to play in terms of its subject matter, but it most certainly is when it comes to getting its Platinum. You could theoretically get all of its trophies in just one sitting with a video guide at the ready.

It sometimes offers a challenge, but the combat is intuitive and the puzzles are difficult without being obnoxious to the extent that you will be able to crawl your way over the finish line within eight to ten hours. Hellblade absolutely doles out Golds, just from playing through the story. The only thing that will give you pause for thought is the game’s form of collectibles, which are “lorestones”. It’s easy to miss these, but with a video like the one above, you should be able to enjoy one of the best games of 2017 and add another Plat to your collection, too.

Easiness: 6/10
Time required: 8-10 hours

 

24. Undertale

Undertale season 2

With the beloved pacifist RPG’s debut on PlayStation systems came a whole bunch of “unusual” trophies, clearly showing that Toby Fox doesn’t have much time for achievement hunting – the Undertale PS4 Plat is called ‘Don’t You Have Anything Better To Do?’.

There are a bunch of other silly trophies too, including a trophy for each time you pick up your first four items in the game. There’s even a silver waiting for you for picking up the fourth. The rest of the trophies are mainly earned by just playing through the game, but there’s also the option to donate money to a Dog Shrine and unlock trophies for doing so. It’s slightly time-consuming but totally worth it, so check them all out over here.

Easiness: 6/10
Time required: 10+ hours

 

25. Slayway Camp: Butcher’s Cut

Slayaway Camp PS4

It’s not been out for that long, but you can already tell by its trophies list and who’s earnt what that completionists are all over Slayaway Camp. It’s a puzzle game, which means that you can find a lot of the walkthroughs you need on YouTube – it doesn’t hurt that it was already on PC a year before making the jump to PS4. Most of the trophies are a mix of progression through the story and feats, which are unlocked from playing naturally. A lot of the trophies also come down to unlocking gorepacks, which require currency, so there’s a little bit of a grind but nothing too terrible – it doesn’t hurt that it’s a great game, either.

Easiness: 9/10
Time required: 10-12 hours

 

26. Her Majesty’s Spiffing

Her Majesty’s Spiffing is way, way too short and never really gives itself enough time to get properly going. Still, what’s on offer is a charming mix of British humour and simple puzzles that even I could power through. Some guides suggest that you could Plat HMS in roughly 45 minutes, but if you’ve never played the game before and aren’t used to its controls and mechanics, you can round that up to about an hour.

Easiness: 10/10
Time required: 1 hour

 

27. The Bunker

Another one of those narrative-driven types, The Bunker is an FMV game set in a post-apocalyptic world made on a small budget. As you might expect, it isn’t exactly an amazing game, but it tells its story well and has a Plat that you can walkthrough your way through without much fuss. There are couple of collectibles you can miss (and you might not want to play through the “movie” again to pick them up), but if you follow the guide posted above, you should do okay.

Easiness: 10/10
Time required: 1 hour 30 mins

 

28. Blackwood Crossing

Blackwood Crossing is a charming little adventure game that might strike a chord with Firewatch fans. It’s a fantasy tale with some very light horror elements that doesn’t outstay its welcome, especially when you can pick up its Plat in just over an hour. Again, make sure you don’t miss the collectibles (such as rabbits) and you should hear that comforting ping before too long.

Easiness: 10/10
Time required: 1 hour 15 mins

 

29. Full Throttle Remastered

Similarly to Day of the Tentacle, Full Throttle Remastered is an old-school game given a fresh lick of paint and an easy Platinum trophy to boot. It’s hard to pigeonhole FTR into one genre, which is why I would recommend that you play through it normally first for the charming experience and then hunt dem juicy trophies afterwards. You can speed through it in just over an hour if you skip absolutely everything to do with the narrative.

Easiness: 8/10
Time required: 1 hour 15 mins

 

30. Black & White Bushido

Black & White Bushido is a quirky little game where you are invisible depending on your location against a two-tone background. You’re also a ninja. If that’s not enough, how about the fact that you can Platinum it in roughly an hour? That being said, some of its systems are a little finicky and it can be a little challenging, so I am going to add an extra hour onto the time required. As a bonus, it’s pretty dang cheap.

Easiness: 7/10
Time required: 2 hours

 

31. Lara Croft Go

I haven’t personally played Lara Croft Go, but it looks like it could be a simple and straightforward game set in the Tomb Raider universe. The playlist above guides you through all the collectibles you need for a plat, which will definitely give you your money’s worth – I’ve seen this game retailing for relative pennies.

Easiness: 8/10
Time required: 3 hours

 

32. Hitman Go

Same as above but with a bald bloke: just delete and replace as necessary.

Easiness: 8/10
Time required: 3 hours

 

33. My Name is Mayo

This can’t be real.

Is this a hoax?

Click loads, unlock a Platinum. Wow.

Easiness: 1100/10
Time required: 25 minutes

Any I missed?

I deliberately avoided open-world AAA games that may not offer a challenge but take 40+ hours to get the Platinum thanks to an endless stream of collectibles. I’ve also disregarded games that may be easy but are just one long grind.

Let me know if you have any to add in the comments below.

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