The Order: 1886 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * A short game, which can be played on Easy mode. Also has a chapter select, so nothing is missable.
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The Order: 1886
The Order: 1886 is a third-person action shooter set in an alternate historical London which includes both old and advanced technologies, in a horror-like setting. It was one of the earliest exclusive PlayStation 4 titles.
In 1886, London falls under the attack of both half-breed creatures and an anti government insurgency. Sir Galahad is a member of the Order, a group of knights who protect the world from such half-breeds. He heads off with several other Order members to battle the creatures plaguing London and uncover a seeming relationship between the half-breeds and anti-government rebels.
The Order: 1886 received a wide mix of reviews, with an average score of 64%, praised for its graphics and exciting action, but criticized for its short length and lack of replay value.
So far, this is arguably one of the easiest and quickest platinum on the PlayStation 4. The game can be played on Easy mode, and is quite short. Some collectibles and kill-related trophies are required, but there's even a chapter select to help you out with that.
Overall, the platinum can certainly be earned in under 8 hours.
There are no trophies related to difficulty, so feel free to play on Easy if you like. If you're in a rush for that platinum, then it's advisable to follow a guide and locate all six types of collectibles, which include Newspapers, Photographs, Phonograph Cylinders, Documents, Inspect Items, and Inspect Objects. There are also a few kill-related trophies which you can work on during your playthrough, such as 100 headshots or 75 pistol kills, for example.
Once you've completed the story, you can use the chapter select to mop-up any last remaining kill-related trophies or collectibles you've missed.
And that's it!
IGN has a Walkthrough here:
And a great Walkthrough by Ferry Groenendijk:
A detailed Trophy Guide by Vettes:
PowerPyx has a great Trophy Guide here:
A useful Trophy Guide by Richard Duflo:
Nerdburglars has a Trophy Guide here:
Ferry Groenendijk has a great Collectibles Guide here:
And a Collectibles Guide by PowerPyx:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: