Final Horizon Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * A fast-paced tower defense game facing off against swarms of alien invaders. The Platinum requires some luck, but not much time and is not particularly difficult with some grinding.
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Final Horizon is a tower defense game by independent game studio Eiconic Games. Players build and upgrade their defenses in order to fight off waves of alien invaders. Weapons can be upgraded through research, and a kill-count allows players to use powerful kill-streak attacks. There are 50 levels in total, each with their own set of objectives to complete, taking place on 15 different planets across 3 solar systems.
Final Horizon received relatively positive reviews with an average score of 73%, praised for its overall gameplay and setting, though criticized by some for it repetitiveness and luck-based random factors.
While obtaining the Platinum for this game is no cake-walk, it is not very time-consuming and the difficulty is below average. There are no online trophies to worry about, and no missable trophies, either. Completing some levels may require a few replays depending on your luck as well as skills, and a few trophies can be a bit of a grind. Otherwise, the Platinum for Final Horizon is certainly doable for any gamer.
Expect roughly 10-15 hours of gameplay for the Platinum to unlock.
NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 share the same list with those on the PS Vita.
Start by playing through each of the levels all the way to the end. You will need to complete the primary objectives in order to unlock the next level and move on. In addition, there are secondary objectives which will need to be met for each planet’s respective trophy. Most of these secondary objectives are not particularly difficult to complete. However, if you pass a level while missing a secondary objective, it is recommended you try again while that level is still fresh in your mind.
Once you’ve completed all the levels, you should have unlocked a good chunk of the trophies naturally, including those related to completing the secondary objectives.
Next, head into the Score Challenge mode, where you’ll be playing selected levels with modified settings in order to compete for higher scores on the leaderboard. Simply completing one of the score challenge levels will unlock the Challenge Yourself trophy, getting a 15x bonus multiplayer will get you the Player Of Games trophy, and getting a 2x score modifier will unlock the Take It To The Next Level trophy. In addition, you will need to play one level on the hardest difficulty to get a 4x score modifier for the Push Through The Pain Barrier trophy. The easiest level to do this on would arguable be Gamarus Prime 3.
Once that’s done, all you need to do is mop up whatever trophies are left. You can check your progress under the Trophies section of the Battle Log, which includes all the kill-related trophies. Be sure to check out the Final Horizon trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you still need and their requirements.
Here's a great Trophy Guide by JayPBM and diskdocx, which includes the DLC:
And a video demonstration of the Push Through The Pain Barrier trophy, by FillyNilly:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: