Uncharted Drake’s Fortune Remastered Trophy Guide

Uncharted Drake's Fortune Remastered Trophy Guide

Uncharted Drake’s Fortune Remastered Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  A third-person action-platformer and revamp from the original 2007 version. At least one playthrough on Crushing mode is required, with a chapter select for mopping up.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune Remastered ** 46 Naughty Dog U.S. 34 8 3 0 8

Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune Remastered

Uncharted: Drake's Fortune Remastered is a third-person action adventure with puzzle elements, originally released on the PS3 in 2007, and revamped for the PS4 in 2015 as part of the Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection with technical and graphical improvements.

Nathan Drake, treasure hunter, teams up with his lifelong friend Victor Sullivan and a reporter named Elena Fisher, are on a search for the fabled El Dorado. While pirates are hot on their heels, Drake and his friends will soon learn of ancient evil awaiting them.

The original Uncharted: Drake's Fortune on the PS3 received high praise with an average score of 88%, praised for its visuals and presentation, voice acting, story, and overall exciting fun.

If you've already played and gotten the Platinum on the PS3 version, than the Remastered copy won't hold any surprises. Most of the trophies are the same, with a few minor changes. Getting 250 headshots is now required, rather than only 100, as well as killing 3 enemies with a single explosion five times, and a few speed-run related trophies. Like the PS3 version, a playthrough on Crushing mode is required - which is available from the start. And there is still the Chapter Select available for mopping-up afterwards.

Expect between 12-20 hours for the Platinum, depending on how many playthroughs you do, and if you have experience playing the PS3 version.

Crushing mode is available from the beginning, so if you already have experience playing Uncharted: Drake's Fortune, and wish to avoid a second playthrough, then you may as well start there.

However, if this is your first time, and you don't mind performing a second playthrough, than we recommend starting on an easier level in order to get used to the game. Crushing mode is no cakewalk.

Along the way, you'll want to follow one of the collectible guides under our Links tab to find all 60 treasures, as well as the Strange Relic for the Relic Finder trophy. Additionally, you'll want to work on accumulating headshots, as you'll need up to 250 for the 250 Headshots trophy, and kill 50 enemies by melee-attacking from behind for the Master Ninja trophy. Lastly, there are a number of weapon-kill related trophies which you can be working on during your first playthrough, as well.

After you've eventually finished your playthrough on Crushing mode, it's time to use the Chapter Select to go back and mop-up anything you're missing. This may include some of the weapon-kill related trophies, and the speed-run trophies. Check out the Uncharted Drake's Fortune Remastered trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you're still missing, and their requirements.

Here is the Walkthrough from IGN:

And another Walkthrough from MyCheats:

The Walkthrough from Mahalo includes videos:

A great Trophy Guide here, by Sellers:

And a great Trophy Guide by onuosfan, Matticus182, simula67, and NeilBefore_ZOD:

Here's a simple text-based Trophy Guide from the PS3 version by Playstation Lifestyle:

And another Trophy Guide by PS3 Blog:

A Treasure Collectibles Guide video, by PS4Trophies:

And a video demonstration of the , also by PS4Trophies:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: