MotoGP 14 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** A Grand Prix motorcycle racing game based on the 2014 MotoGP World Championship. The Platinum is arguably one of the easiest in the MotoGP series, which can be played on Easy mode.
MotoGP 14 is a Grand Prix motorcycle racing game and based on the 2014 MotoGP World Championship. The game includes all circuits, teams, and riders, as well as all three classes including Moto3, Moto2, and MotoGP. The game utilizes a new sound and graphics engine, as well as revamped physics. In addition to the single player career, championship, Grand Prix, and time attack modes, the game also includes a Scenario Mode where players compete in races based on specific MotoGP events from the past. Also included is a 12-player online mode.
MotoGP 14 received positive reviews with an average score of 74%, praised for its overall improvement over the previous installment, content, and its multiplayer function, though criticized for lacking in improvements in graphics on eighth generation consoles, its sharp learning curve, and technical issues.
MotoGP 14's has arguably one of the easier Platinum trophies in the game. Most of the trophies will unlock naturally as you progress through the Career mode, which can be played on Easy mode. There are three missable trophies which, as long as you race with a particular bike, can easily be unlocked. There are five online trophies which, with the exception of one, are simply for playing and completing online races without requiring actual winning.
Expect roughly around 25 hours for the Platinum, depending on skills and previous racing game experience.
NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 have a separate list from those on the PS3 and PS Vita.
If you wish to make things easier, head into options and set the game to Easy mode. In addition, you can also select full racing assists, no penalty timer, maximum of six replays, and the shortest race length. You can start by racing through Moto3, the first of three offline Championships. If you're playing on Easy mode, then this shouldn't be particularly difficult. You will unlock a good chunk of trophies naturally as you make your way through Moto3.
Next, it's time to work through Moto2, the second Championship. Completing this should not only unlock the At The Court Of The Champions trophy for signing a contract with a MotoGP team, as well as grant you all the helmets necessary for the Fasten Your Helmet trophy upon reaching level 24.
After that, it's time to complete MotoGP, the third and final Championship. This is where you will need to unlock the three missable trophies. If you wish to avoid running through the Championship three times, then back up your save either to the PS+ Cloud or a USB drive, then sign a contract with one of the three teams, win the next race to unlock its respective trophy, then reload your save. Rinse and repeat until you have unlocked the Ducati Love, Honda Love, and Yamaha Love trophies.
After completing the three Championships, it's time to mop-up the remaining offline trophies. This will include completing the 34 challenges in the Challenge the Champions mode and Real Event mode, and possibly a few others for performing wheelies, etc. Be sure to check out the MotoGP 14 trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you're still missing, and their requirements.
At any point, you can hop into multiplayer to unlock the five online trophies. Your ultimate goal will be getting the Online Expert trophy for completing 25 races, though hopefully you should also unlock the Split Time Dominator trophy for winning a Split Times race, as well as the other remaining online trophies, along the way. If you're in need of boosting partners, check out the boosting forums under our Links tab.
Ferry Groenendijk created a Walkthrough here:
Here's a great Trophy Guide by thedarkness91:
And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS4 and PS3) by Saluki 00:
Here's a PS4 Boosting Forum on PlaystationTrophies:
And a PS3 Boosting Forum on PlaystationTrophies:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: