Playroom VR Trophy Guide

Playroom VR Trophy Guide

The Playroom VR Trophy Guide Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *  A set of mini-games for the PlayStation VR which can be played with up to four players. With a second controller, all trophies can quickly and easily be unlocked solo.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Playroom VR * 41 SIE Japan Studio Japan 30 5 5 0 3

The Playroom VR

The Playroom VR is a collection of six mini-games for the PlayStation VR, and made as a permanent free download. Players can destroy a city or defeat a giant monster, play cat and mouse, capture ghosts in a haunted house, play as a sheriff and capture wanted criminals in a bar, rescue robots in a platforming game, and play with unlocked toys in a giant playroom. Nearly all games can be played in co-op with up to four players, with one operating the PlayStation VR and others watching the TV screen.

The Playroom VR received positive reviews with an average score of 77%, praised for its presentation, ability to demonstrate the PlayStation VR’s experience, and overall fun, while criticized for the shortness of some mini-games.

All trophies can be earned playing solo, but some are even easier with a second or third player. Each mini-game is quite short, and their respective trophies are easy enough that most can be unlocked on your first try. And best of all, it’s a free game!

Expect to unlock the Platinum in around 5-6 hours.

NOTE: Aside from the PlayStation VR headset, you will also need a second controller for some trophies.

With the exception of the Mini Bots playroom, the other five mini-games can be played in any order. All of them can be done solo, though some will require a second controller.

For the most part, just check out the Playroom VR trophy guide links under our Links tab to see which trophies are connected to which mini-game, and what their requirements are. If you’re just playing for fun with friends, you will probably unlock a good chunk of the trophies naturally. However, there are a few you’ll need to buckle down and focus on.

All trophies can still be unlocked while playing solo, as long as you have a second controller. Keep the PlayStation VR loose over your face, so you can quickly slide it up and down in order to see what’s on screen. This is particularly important if going for The Good, The Bot And The Ugly trophy, and the Busy Day For The Sheriff trophy in the Wanted! mini game. You’ll need to first see the TV screen to know which criminal you’re seeking, then slide the VR back over your face and take your shot.

Once you’ve gotten all the trophies in the five mini-games, it’s time to head into the Mini Bots mini-game, which is more like viewing a collection of toys. You’ll need close to 100 coins to unlock all 59 items, which hopefully you should have enough by now. If not, continue grinding the other mini-games until you do. None of the items will repeat, so just keep buying them for your collection, until you have everything and the trophy unlocks.

Have fun!

JayPBM and Kraig have a useful Trophy Guide here, which includes the DLC:
https://www.playstationtrophies.org/game/the-playroom-vr/guide/

And a great Trophy Guide by I_Break_U_In_2, durpoxquent, and gwenn2b:
https://psnprofiles.com/guide/5723-the-playroom-vr-trophy-guide

A video demonstration of the Super Rescue Team trophy, by Ihzzay:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i45r_-sL2pQ

If you're interested in the DLC, here's a video demonstration of a Toy Wars Solo Run by Kraigbot:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVbMGrkpZdE

Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List:
https://www.truetrophies.com/game/The-Playroom-VR/trophies

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