Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: n/o A soccer/football game and the tenth in the Pro Evolution series, known as World Soccer Winning Eleven in Japan. Since the servers were shut down in January 2013, the online trophies, and therefore the Platinum, are now Not Obtainable.
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Pro Evolution Soccer 2011
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011, known in Japanese as World Soccer Winning Eleven 2011, is a soccer/football game and the tenth in the Pro Evolution series which began on the PlayStation One. The game includes the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League, and for the first time, the UEFA Super Cup and CONMEBOL's Copa Libertardores. The game has 79 national teams in total, with Jon Champion and Jim Beglin providing the English commentary.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 received mainly positive reviews with an average score of 78%, praised for its tactics and strategy in gameplay, as well as for being an overall improvement than its predecessors, but criticized by some for its lack in some important football licenses.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 was first released in October 2010, and includes one online trophy. Unfortunately, the servers were shut down on January 29, 2013, which means the online trophy cannot be unlocked. As a result, the platinum for this game has become Not Obtainable.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 includes one online trophy. Unfortunately, the servers were closed on January 29, 2013, which means that single online trophy, and therefore the platinum, has become Not Obtainable. However, there are still 26 offline trophies that can be unlocked, so if you're interested, then read on.
Since the game doesn't do it for you, we recommend keeping track of which stadiums you played in during your playthroughs on each mode. This way, you can easily hop into any stadiums you're missing during the mopping-up stage for the World Traveler trophy.
The trophies can be earned in any order you wish, though we recommend starting with Champions League, simply because completion only takes a couple hours. Doing so will unlock the First Glory, Made The Knockout Phase, and European Champions trophies, as well as possibly a few others.
Then, you can head over to Copa Santander Libertadores, which is the same tournament as the one you just completed, except playing in Latin America. Finishing this will unlock the Kings Of Latin America, as well as a few other possible ones.
Next, head into the Master League. Here, you can play the first season and unlock a good portion of the trophies. The following nine seasons required for finishing the Master League can be simulated. You'll also want one of those seasons to be undefeated, in order to obtain The Invincibles trophy. Be sure to check out the Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 trophy guide links under our Links tab if you're having trouble with this.
Then, move on to Become a Legend, where you control a player and accept contract offers. Here, you will unlock The Debutant, International Cup Debut, International Cup MVP, The Super Hero, and The Journeyman trophies.
Finally, it's time to mop-up any other trophies you may still be missing. This may include playing in any stadiums you haven't yet visited for the World Traveler trophy, and most likely the challenging Dead-ball Expert. Be sure to check the Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you're missing and their requirements.
A great Trophy Guide by Cauchy and Adeel_13:
And David has a great Trophy Guide here:
And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS3) by Simon Williams:
A video demonstration of the Dead-ball Expert trophy, by Uros Djukic:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: