Cabela’s African Adventures Trophy Guide

Cabela's African Adventures Trophy Guide

Cabela’s African Adventures Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** Β A few tricky and missable trophies, but overall nothing too difficult.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Cabela’s African Adventures ** 34 Fun Labs Romania 20 7 6 0 0

Cabela’s African Adventures

Cabela's African Adventures is a third-person hunting video game that takes place across four free-roaming maps within Africa in five different biomes. Players travel either on foot or by truck while hunting for the Big Five: lion, leopard, white rhino, elephant, and Cape buffalo.

Cabela's African Adventures received little attention upon release, and those critics who did provide reviews gave an average score of 54%, praised for its okay graphics and enjoyable hunting experiences expected from Cabela's titles, while criticized for its glitches and being overall mediocre.

If you've played any other games in the Cabela's series, you'll know they aren't particularly difficult nor time consuming, and Cabela's African Adventures is no exception. This low 2-star rating is mainly due to some of the trickier trophies, such as those related to the gallery. Also, there is no mission select, which means you'll need to get familiar with the trophies and knock them out during your playthrough on story mode, in order to avoid anything missable. Finally, the game can be a bit glitchy at times, causing a few trophies to be a bit more challenging than they actually are.

Expect roughly 15-25 hours for the platinum, depending on whether you'll need a second playthrough or not.

NOTE: The trophies on the PS3 version have a separate list than those on the PS4.

If you wish to avoid complications or having to do a second playthrough, we recommend striving to unlock nearly all the trophies on your first playthrough. The only trophies you needn't worry about for now are the 3 shooting gallery related ones, which are Controlled Fire, Efficiency To The Max, and Real Mix.

So, with the exception of those three, as well as the story-related trophies which you'll unlock naturally, get familiar with the remaining trophies by reading up on their requirements in the Cabela's African Adventures trophy guides in our Links page, to know when and where to unlock them. The No Scratch trophy, for example, which requires you to complete all story missions in a region without dying, is obviously easiest on the first region. Also, there are a number of trophies that can be earned related to the hyenas, so try to get them out the way when you encounter them. There are also a few trophies that need to be unlocked during the 6 stealth missions.

You'll also need to find all the Vistas and Fossils, so check out the maps in our Links page. We recommend finding all of them at each opportunity within each region, to make things easier. The gold Achiever trophy requires you to have found everything, as well as completed the two bonus hunts and the story missions.

After having completed the story mode and hopefully unlocked nearly all the trophies, all that should be left are the three gallery-related trophies, which can all be unlocked in the first gallery level. These are arguably the trickiest trophies in the game and can be considered somewhat luck-based. Just stay patient and keep trying, and you'll get them.

Happy hunting!

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