Assassin’s Creed Liberation Trophy Guide

Assassin's Creed Liberation Trophy Guide

Assassin’s Creed Liberation Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * Β A port from the PlayStation Vita game, this is arguably the easiest in the Assassin’s Creed series with only around 15 hours of gameplay required.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Assassin’s Creed: Liberation HD * 31 Ubisoft Sofia Bulgaria 8 19 3 0 0

Assassin’s Creed: Liberation HD

Assassin's Creed: Liberation HD is a slight revamp of Assassin's Creed III: Liberation released on the PlayStation Vita, and a continuation of the Assassin's Creed series, loosely connected to AC III. The game is a third-person open world historical action adventure, with sci-fi elements. Unlike the Vita version, Liberation HD does not include multiplayer.

Taking place in 1765 at the end of the French and Indian War, in which New Orleans is taken over by the Spanish, the game follows the story of female assassin Aveline de Grandpre who is on a trail to discover the disappearance of slaves and the poor in the city, while uncovering an ancient artifact hidden in Mexico. Aveline is able to switch between three guises, each with with own unique benefits.

The PlayStation Vita version, Assassin's Creed III: Liberation, received lukewarm reviews, with an average score of 69%, praised for its interesting characters and rich setting, but criticized for having a seemingly aimless plot.

Certainly one of the easiest Platinums in the Assassin's Creed series since II, with no online trophies to worry about. Going through the story should only take around 10 hours, plus another 5 to 10 mopping-up in the free roam portion of the game.

This is a high 1-star rating, with some of the 100% sync challenges being a bit frustrating, but still a relatively quick and painless platinum.

If you've played Assassin's Creed III: Liberation on the PlayStation Vita, then you'll notice a few subtle changes in Liberation HD on the PlayStation 3. Aside from the absence of the online trophies, some of the Sequence completion trophies have been combined, while Climber, Charming, Disguised, Tree Ninja, What Is She Doing, Notorious, and Deadly Haystack trophies have been removed, making the PS3 version significantly easier and faster to complete. You'll also notice some of the objectives for 100% sync have been changed, as well as the way in which some of these objectives are done.

With that aside however, your first step is to simply play the story from beginning to end. There are no missable trophies to worry about. Along the way however, aim to fulfill all the objectives to save yourself trouble later on, to work towards a 100% sync completion.

After that, you'll enter the free roam. Here, you'll be replaying any missions to get the 100%, and mopping-up the last bunch of trophies. On top of a few miscellaneous challenge-related trophies, there are several collectibles to find. Just use the trophy guides and collectibles guides in our Links tab to find these.

Here's a series of Walkthrough videos, by Ferry Groenendijk:

This is a fantastic Trophy Guide by HaoleDave, which includes maps and videos for all the collectibles:

And a detailed Trophy Guide here, by RaveNScythE18:

PowerPyx has a list of Trophy Guide videos, here:

And a Trophy Guide here, by various contributors:

Here's a guide by HaoleDave for 100% Synchronization:

And part 1 of video demonstrations by Click To Unlock for 100% Synchronization:

Ferry Groenendijk has a list of Collectible Guides here:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: