Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** While the offline trophies are not too difficult, the online are extremely hard without boosting.
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Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood
While not the official Assassin's Creed 3, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood is the third installment in the series, and a direct sequel to Assassin's Creed II, continuing the story of Ezio Auditore de Firenze and Desmond Miles.
The game, like its predecessors, is an action-adventure with sandbox playstyle and stealth elements, and is the first in the series to possess a multiplayer feature.
After escaping the Templar's attack, Desmond hides out in the ruins of the Villa Auditore, along with Lucy, Rebecca and Shaun. There, he again takes control of Ezio Auditore using the Animus 2.0 and his genetic memory, in order to locate an artifact known as the Apple of Eden, believed to stop the impending disaster orchestrated by the Templars.
The game received high praise by all critics across the board, with an average score of 88%, won best Action Adventure game in the 2010 Spike TV Video Game Awards, and nominated for 7 British Academy Video Game Awards in 2011.
This platinum is as difficult as Assassin's Creed II, but with added online trophies which can take up to 40 or 50 hours - hence the extra star on our difficulty rating. However, if you find yourself a boosting partner, many of these online trophies can easily be collected, reducing our rating to a high 2-star.
NOTE: The Trophies on the PS3 have a separate list than those on the PS4.
Like Assassin's Creed II, you can - for the most part - simply play the game from beginning to end without much worry. There are, however, 2 missable trophies: Mailer Daemon (involving accessing your e-mail in 2012) and Dust To Dust (finding the artifact in 2012). Both of these trophies can be obtained after Sequence 2, but MUST be collected BEFORE Sequence 8. Once those two are out of the way, simply continue playing without any worry towards the end.
After the game is complete, you can now mop-up all remaining offline trophies. Check out the trophy guides in our Links page for further details on these, as well as locations of collectibles.
Last, are the online trophies. Without a boosting partner, these can take quite a bit of your time - especially the Download Complete, which requires you to reach level 50. Expect to be playing anywhere between 35 to 50 hours, depending on your skills. However, with a boosting partner, you can cut this down to only 8 to 15 hours. Check out the Forum in our Links page to find a boosting partner, if you don't want to do this on your own.
First, we've got a fantastic Wiki Guide, which includes a Walkthrough and the locations of all Collectibles:
And, here's a great Walkthrough, by Hardcore_Hector:
Here's a great Trophy Guide by WillTheBassist, which includes a few videos:
And another great Trophy Guide, this one by jx07:
This is a simpler, but useful Trophy Guide, by Adam Wolfe:
This is a useful guide which reveals all the Puzzle Solutions and locations of Artifacts:
If you're looking for a boosting buddy to help with those online trophies, here's a Forum on PS3 Trophies:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: