Crysis Trophy Guide

Crysis Trophy Guide

Crysis Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** Β  A first-person shooter and a port from the 2007 PC game. A playthrough on its highest difficulty setting is required. Though skill-dependent, expect roughly 15 hours for the Platinum.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Crysis ** 41 Crytek Germany 27 10 3 0 0


First released for the PC in 2007, the ever-popular sci-fi first-person shooter was ported onto the PlayStation 3 four years later. Players take control of Jake Dunn - also known as "Nomad" - a U.S. Army Delta Force soldier armed with a range of futuristic weapons and dressed in a Nanosuit. During a fight to reclaim an island from North Korean forces, a strange alien structure is discovered hidden within a mountain, spelling trouble for Nomad and his gang.

The original PC version of Crysis received incredibly high praise, with an average score of 92%, named one of the best FPS titles to date, and won several Game of the Year awards by multiple gaming magazines.

This 2-star rating is more for skills than time-consumption, and mainly due to the difficulty of the final boss. Overall, you can play through the game on its highest difficulty setting, then simply use a chapter select to mop-up anything you missed. No online trophies, and nothing overtly challenging.

Shouldn't take you more than 15 hours to obtain the Platinum.

If you're in a rush for that Platinum, select Delta mode (which is the hardest difficulty setting) and start working through from start to finish. Many trophies are story-related, while others will come naturally to you during your playthrough.

Once you've completed the game, simply use the chapter select to mop-up anything you missed. Check out the Crysis trophy guide links under our Links tab for specific details.

This is a great Walkthrough, on Mahalo:

Another great Walkthrough, this one by Jack "Stranger" Halas:

Here's a video Walkthrough on IGN:

This is a very detailed Trophy Guide, by Bushpig94:

Here's a good Trophy Guide, by Sajiko:

A Trophy Guide with a selection of videos here, by Josh Romero:

A Trophy Guide with a few random, collaborated tips:

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: