Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** A flight combat simulator taking place during World War II. While the offline trophies are fairly average, the online are difficult without boosting.
|Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers
Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers
Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers is a flight combat simulator, and a sequel to the original 2006 Air Conflicts. The game is set during World War II featuring the conflict between the US and Japanese forces, taking place in such events as Pearl Harbour, the Battle of Midway, and Wake Island. The game also includes competitive online multiplayer with up to eight players.
Lucas Stark is a patriotic admiral in the US Navy fighting for the ideals of is country, all the while the war begins to get to him. Meanwhile, Hideaki Hashimoto is an admiral fighting to bring honor to his emperor and country, as well as himself.
Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers received lukewarm reviews with an average score of 64%, praised for its graphics, realism, multiplayer feature, and overall fun gameplay, though criticized for its repetitiveness, soundtrack, controls, and technical issues.
The offline trophies are of average difficulty, and not particularly time consuming. The reason for the 3-star difficulty lies in the six online trophies. With boosting partners, the overall difficulty could be brought down to a 2-star. However, if you are going for the online trophies legitimately, a few will require some good skills, such as coming in first place in a 6-player match. Also, given the age and lack of popularity of the game, finding players may be a challenge in itself.
Expect under 20 hours for the Platinum if boosting, and more if you are going for the online trophies legitimately.
NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 share the same list with those on the PS3.
You’ll need to play through each of the two campaigns. One on the American side to ultimately unlock the American Campaign trophy, and the Japanese side for the Japanese Campaign trophy.
There are a few miscellaneous trophies you can collect along the way, so check out the Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers trophy guide links under our Links tab for more details. However, there is a mission select afterwards if you happen to miss anything.
Pay special attention to the Torpedo Wizard trophy, which is missable. The trophy requires you to hit a manoeuvring ship with a torpedo, which is best doen during the Dangerous Cruisers mission on the American campaign.
Once you’ve completed the two campaigns, use the mission select to mop up any missing offline trophies. Again, check out the Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you’re still missing and their requirements.
After that, it’s time to head online to get those last six online trophies. Some of the more notable ones include winning five multiplayer matches with the IJN team for the IJN Officer trophy, and winning five multiplayer matches with the USN team for the USN Officer trophy, as well as being placed in first in a multiplayer match with at least six players, for the Cracking Good Show trophy. If you’re looking for boosting partners, check out the boosting forums under our Links tab.
Here's a great Trophy Guide by AugustuS007:
And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS4 & PS3) on TrueAcheivements:
If you're looking for some boosting partners, here's a Boosting Forum on PlaystationTrophies:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: