DOOM Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** A first-person shooter and the fourth title in the Doom franchise. The majority of the game can be played on its easiest mode, and no missable trophies.
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DOOM is a first-person shooter and the fourth title in the main series, and a reboot of the Doom franchise which began on the PC in 1993. Players battle demonic enemies using a variety of weapons, as well as collect health and armor from fallen enemies. The game includes online multiplayer, as well as a Level Creation tool.
After an attempt to draw energy from Hell in order to solve the Earth’s energy crisis, a research facility on Mars has become overrun with demons. An unnamed space marine must fight back the demonic forces and save the research facility.
DOOM received positive reviews with an average score of 86%, praised for its visuals, fast-paced gameplay, and soundtrack, though criticized by some for its online multiplayer.
For average gamers, this is a low 2-star difficulty. The majority of the game can be played on its easiest mode, with only one mission to be completed on Ultra-Nightmare. There are no missable trophies to worry about. The three online trophies can be unlocked fairly quickly and without the need for boosting.
Expect around 18-20 hours for the Platinum, depending on skills.
If you wish to make things easier, feel free to select the easiest difficulty mode to begin your playthrough. While there are no missable trophies, nearly all the campaign-related ones can be unlocked in one playthrough.
There are a number of collectibles to find, such as Data Logs for the Historian trophy, all the weapon mods for the Hot Swapper trophy, and a number of others. If you wish to get all of these during your first playthrough, check out the collectible locations guides under our Links tab.
Also, there are a few kill-related trophies, and some miscellaneous trophies as well. Again, if you wish to knock all these out on your first playthrough, check out the Doom trophy guide links under our Links tab for more details.
Once that first playthrough is done, use this opportunity to mop-up any missing trophies. Again, check out the Doom trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you still need and their requirements.
Next, it’s time to start a new game on Ultra-Nightmare mode. Luckily, you only need to complete the first mission in order to unlock A Toe Into Madness trophy. Also, there is a glitch which allows you to skip a large portion of the mission. For more details, check out the video under our Links tab.
With all that done, it’s time to head into the online multiplayer. Here, you will need to reach Level 5 in order to get the Combat Tested Doomguy Approved trophy, and win a multiplayer match for the IPSXETIP.EXE trophy. These shouldn’t be too difficult if you’re playing Team Deathmatch.
Lastly, you’ll need to complete the SnapMap basic and advanced tutorials for the Entryway trophy, create and publish your own SnapMap for the Shareware trophy, and play five published SnapMaps for the No Rest For The Living.
If you’ve been following this guide, then you should get the Platinum trophy after playing your fifth published SnapMap.
First, here's a Walkthrough by daveb:
And a Walkthrough on IGN:
Here's a great Trophy Guide by BeforeJam, Discoking, and MIckeyMix, which includes the DLC:
And Solidfox88 has a great Trophy Guide here:
NerdBurglars has a great Trophy Guide here:
PowerPyx has a useful Trophy Guide here:
A useful Trophy Guide on GamePressure:
And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS4) by Viktor Vaughn, Scotty, jroller1979, and bLaKgRaVy:
A useful 100% Collectibles Walkthrough by Maka:
A video by BeforeJam demonstrating the A Toe Into Madness Glitch:
And a UAC Ultra Nightmare Walkthrough video by HarryNinetyFour:
And HarryNinetyFour's video for All Rune Trials:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: