Battlefield 4 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** A military first-person shooter and sequel to the 2011 Battlefield 3. The campaign is not very long and requires average FPS skills, though the online trophies are a little more demanding.
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Battlefield 4 is a military first-person shooter, and a sequel to the 2011 Battlefield 3. Multiplayer is included, in which players can play as either three factions: the U.S., China, or Russia, with up to 64 player matches. Five downloadable packs are available, each with five sets of trophies.
In the year 2020, six years following the events of Battlefield 3, tension has continued to rise between the U.S. and Russia, while Admiral Chang is pursuing a plan to take control of the Chinese government and ally themselves with Russia. Recker, the player-character and squad leader, is sent on a covert mission to China to stop Chang from taking control.
Battlefield 4 received highly positive reviews, with an average score of 84%, praised for its multiplayer experience, and fun, exciting campaign with great graphics.
While not as difficult as previous Battlefield titles, the 3-star difficulty rating is for the time required, as well as a certain level of FPS skills required, particularly in the multiplayer portion of the game. The campaign consists of mainly story-related, collectibles, and mission-specific trophies. There are 5 online trophies, one which requires you to reach rank 25.
Overall, the campaign is short and is possible to complete in around 12 hours, depending on the route you take. The multiplayer heavily depends on your skills, and could take between 30-50 hours.
The first step is going through the campaign and collecting all the offline trophies, of which there are 37. Essentially, there are three things you'll need to do: clear the game on Hard difficulty, find all the collectibles, and unlock the 6 mission-specific trophies. So yes, it's possible to earn all the campaign trophies in one go, though it depends on your confidence in your skills. You may wish to play the game on Easy, find the collectibles and do the mission-specific challenges, then a second playthrough on Hard. Or, just do everything on Hard. It's up to you. Keep in mind, however, the campaign is not particularly long, so a second playthrough won't take a huge chunk out of your time.
There are 5 multiplayer trophies to gather next. You will need to reach rank 25 for the Call Me Sir trophy, which is where a lot of time will be spent. The Bomb Squad trophy is probably the most difficult, though luckily can also be boosted. Check out the trophy guides and boosting forums under our Links tab for help.
IGN has a Walkthrough here:
And a useful Walkthrough here, by the white gecko:
Here's a very useful Trophy Guide by lerodeemy, jmac92123, and darkdante14, which includes the DLC:
And an awesome Trophy Guide by pancake model:
A great Trophy Guide by Barticle:
Richard Duflo has a useful Trophy Guide here:
Ferry Groenendijk has a Collectibles Guide here:
And a Collectibles Guide on IGN:
Here's a Boosting Forum on PlaystationTrophies:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: