WipEout HD Trophy Guide. Difficulty: n/o A racing game featuring hovercrafts with weapon support, and the eighth title in the WipEout series. Possessing some incredibly challenging trophies, the Platinum requires serious racing skills.
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Originally released in 1995 on PS One and Sega Saturn, WipEout HD is the 8th in the WipEout series. Piloting a hovercraft, you speed through numerous races, boosting when possible and taking out the competition with an assortment of collected weapons.
You have your straight forward races, Online races, Speed Lap in which you race alone against the clock, and Zone Mode in which you can't touch the sides (much like a fast-paced game of Operation).
The graphics are beautiful, and if you don't like their music, upload your own songs! Your music will sound as though it's part of the game, echoing as you run through tunnels and muffling when taking damage.
Wipeout HD was first released in September 2008 and included 5 online trophies. Unfortunately, the online servers were closed on March 29, 2018. This means those 5 online trophies - and therefore, the Platinum trophy - have become Not Obtainable.
Wipeout HD includes five online trophies. Unfortunately, the servers were closed on March 29, 2018, which means those five online trophies - and therefore the Platinum trophy - are now Not Obtainable. However, there are still 32 offline trophies that can be unlocked. So if you're interested, then read on.
You'll eventually need to obtain gold medals on Elite difficulty in all 87 events in the Campaign. We suggest starting on Novice with Pilot Assist until you get used to the game. Once you feel ready to take off the training wheels, take off the Pilot Assist, then eventually boost the difficulty to Elite.
There are two Zone Mode related trophies: Airbraker for reaching Zone 50 using only airbrakes and and side shifts, and Zone Zeus for reaching Zone 75. If you have the Fury Pack DLC, then the Syncopia track is the easiest for this. If not, then we recommend trying on Anulpha Pass. These two tracks have the least number of sharp turns.
Following that, its a matter of mopping-up whatever offline trophies you still need. Be sure to check out the WipEout HD trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you still need and their requirements.
One of the best Trophy Guides we've found was by Collbreast_23:
Another very detailed Trophy Guide, through text-based, created by pikanchion:
This Trophy Guide, by Anthony Severino, includes videos:
Another Trophy Guide, this one posted by MannyCalavera:
And a Trophy Guide by Giant Bomb:
This Trophy Guide is by Rockets88 & olsen77:
Here's a Boosting Forum on PlaystationTrophies:
And a Boosting Forum on PS3Trophies:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: