Assassin’s Creed II Trophy Guide PS4

Assassin's Creed II Trophy Guide

Difficulty: ** A port from the original 2009 version on the PS3. Platinum is average in both difficulty and time.


Assassin’s Creed II Trophy Guide

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Assassin’s Creed II ** 51 Ubisoft Montreal Canada 34 15 1 0 0


Assassin’s Creed II PS4

Assassin's Creed II is a third-person, action adventure game, blending science-fiction with historical drama. It continues the story of Desmond Miles in the year 2012, who is being forced by Abstergo Industries to reveal his genetic memories. The game was originally released on the PlayStation 3 in 2009, and ported onto the PlayStation 4 in November 2016 as part of The Ezio Collection.

Continuing immediately after the first game, Desmond breaks out of Abstergo Industries through the help of Lucy Stillman, a mole in the company, and taken to a safehouse where he is requested to use their own Animus to uncover the memories of another assassin, Ezio Auditore de Firenze. Similar to the first game, the story switches between Ezio and Desmond.

Unlike the first Assassin's Creed, the second builds on fighting techniques and challenges, engrossing the player further into the game - rather than feeding everything in the beginning, then simply repeating the same challenges over and over. The sequel has been hailed as a far superior to its original, and received average scores of 91% by most online gaming magazines.

Not an overtly time-consuming platinum. Many trophies are story based, a few are simple challenges, while others - such as Sweeper - require a bit more effort. Although many you may even stumble upon by accident.

The In Memory of Petruccio trophy requires you to hunt down and collect all 100 feathers around town. This can take a bit of time, but as long as you follow the guides in our Links page, you shouldn't have to spend too much time.

Overall, a very average 2-star rated Platinum.

NOTE: The trophies for the PS4 version are separate from those on the PS3.

The platinum should be obtainable in one playthrough. What's nice about this game, is that once you've completed the story (and collected a good majority of the trophies along the way) you can still continue running around, collecting things and buying upgrades and paintings.

So, start by playing through the game without much worry. The only missable trophy is Fly Swatter, in which you need to kick a guard over the edge while using the flying machine in Sequence 8. This is fairly easy to do, and if you don't get it, simply crash yourself and try again.

Once you've completed the story, simply mop up any trophies you missed.

The most indepth Walkthough is here, on Assassin's Creed Wiki:

Another excellent Walkthough is on Mahalo, which includes a number of videos:

And IGN has a great Walkthrough filled with images:

There are two excellent Trophy Guides. One was posted on PS3 Trophies:

And another Trophy Guide, by legndorock:

Here is an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS4) by Minty & GameFreak47:

And a simplier Achievement Guide by macandcheese:

Another Trophy Guide, created by Kishen Patel:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: