Resident Evil Revelations Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *** A third-person survival horror revamped from the 2012 Nintendo 3DS, set between the events of Resident Evil 4 and 5. The Platinum requires both skill and a fair bit of time.
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Resident Evil: Revelations PS4
Resident Evil: Revelations is a third-person survival horror and part of the Resident Evil series, first released on the Nintendo 3DS in 2012, before being ported in HD for the PS3, Wii U, and Xbox 360 in 2013, then again for the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in 2017. The gameplay returns to the series’ original style which places an emphasis on survival, evasion, and exploration rather than combat, with the player receiving a limited amount of ammunition, and needing to solve puzzles. The game also includes Raid Mode, a more action-oriented mode in which players battle through different scenarios in either solo or co-op play.
Taking place between the events of Resident Evil 4 and Resident Evil 5, the recently established Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance (BSAA) sends out agents Jill Valentine and Chris Redfield on a mission. After locating one another, they must stop the bioterrorist organization Veltro from launching an attack that will infect one-fifth of the Earth’s oceans with the deadly T-Abyss virus.
The original Resident Evil: Revelations on the Nintendo 3DS received positive reviews with an average score of 82%, praised for its return to the roots of the series, impressive graphics, environments, and sound, through criticized by some for some characterization and the AI-controlled companions.
If you have played and unlocked the Platinum on previous Resident Evil titles, then you should have a good idea of the amount of skill and time required for Revelations. You’ll need at least one playthrough on Infernal difficulty, and most likely a second playthrough on Normal in order to unlock more trophies, as well as complete all 20 stages of Raid Mode for all three difficulty levels. Also, there are quite a few missable trophies to watch out for.
Expect around 50-60 hours for the Platinum, depending on your luck with the missable trophies, skills, and whether or not you have decent help with the Raid Mode.
NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 have a separate, and slightly different, list from those on the PS3.
While it is technically possible to achieve all campaign related trophies in one playthrough, this would mean having to do it all in Infernal mode. However, unless you are a gaming master, or have played the game before, it is not recommended since many trophies will be challenging to acquire. Also, playing Infernal on a New Game+ will carry over all your weapons, ammunition, and custom parts, making the second playthrough a little easier.
We recommend first playing through on Normal mode and collecting as many, if not all, the campaign trophies as possible. This means playing through without dying for the Surviving Deep Darkness trophy. If you die, do NOT select continue, and instead return to the Main Menu. From here, you can select to continue from an auto-save point.
There are also a number of missable trophies to unlock during this playthrough, as well. These include finding all 30 hand prints and scanning them for the First Victim, Traces Of Tragedy, and Last Victim trophies, scanning all enemy types for the Research Complete trophy, and several kill-related trophies. Be sure to check out the Resident Evil Revelations trophy guide links under our Links tab to get familiar with these trophies. Also, you may want to follow one of the Hand Print Locations guides under our Links tab, as well.
Next, start up a New Game+ on Infernal mode. All your weapons, ammunition, and custom parts will carry over which should make your playthrough a little easier. Your main goal here is to simply play through to the end, in order to unlock The Vestibule Of Hell trophy. Also, if you happened to miss any of the missable trophies in your previous playthrough, now would be the time to get them.
Lastly, it’s time for Raid Mode. This is where the bulk of your time will be spent, as you’ll need to complete all 20 stages across three difficulties labeled Chasm, Trench, and Abyss with an S rank, as well as the bonus stages Ghost Ship and Ghost Ship: Chaos. It is highly recommended you play these in co-op, which will make things easier as well as cut down on the amount of time required. If you are having trouble finding a partner, check out the boosting forums under our Links tab.
First, IGN has a Walkthrough here:
A detailed Walkthrough by Matt Wales:
And a text-based Walkthrough by Berserker:
Here's a great Trophy Guide by Sellers:
And a great Trophy Guide by DarkHarmonixer and UmbraCthulhu:
And PowerPyx has a Trophy Guide here, with plenty of videos:
And an Achievement Guide (mostly same as the trophies on PS3 & PS4) by Shiftie:
An All Handprint Locations video guide by PowerPyx:
And if that's not good enough, here's another All Handprint Locations video, this one by GamerForEternity:
A video demonstration of the Living On The Edge trophy, by PowerPyx:
And PowerPyx's video demonstration of the By The Crosshairs trophy:
And a video demonstration of the Triple Play trophy, by PowerPyx:
A video demonstration of the Rockets Are For Losers trophy, by PowerPyx:
Here is a Co-op Partners Forum on PlaystationTrophies:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: