PlayStation Plus Free Games February 2023

Have any of you set some New Year’s Resolutions? Did those Resolutions happen to be related to trophy hunting? If so, Sony could help you with that, as they have just announced their next roll-out of PlayStation Plus free games February 2023 available for download on Tuesday, February 7.

First, for both the PS4 and PS5, there’s the multiplayer survival horror Evil Dead: The Game. Based on the Evil Dead franchise and featuring characters from both the films and TV series, players select either co-op or PvP and embark on quests that have you battling – or defending – demons and monsters.

Next, for both the PS4 and PS5, there’s OlliOlli World, the 2022 skateboarding game and the third title in the OlliOlli series. Take on side quests, and chain tricks to boost your combos in this game with a hand-drawn art style.

For the PS4, there’s Mafia: Definitive Edition, the 2020 remake of the original 2002 Mafia released on the PS2 and Xbox. Taking place in the 1930s, follow Tommy Angelo, the Sicilian American who climbs from being a cab driver to a gangster in the Salieri crime family.

Lastly, for both the PS4 & PS5 is the Destiny 2 expansion Beyond Light, which takes players to Jupitor’s icy moon Europa where they must face the Fallen Kell Eramis. And don’t worry if you don’t yet have the core Destiny 2 game, as it became free-to-play on October 1, 2019.

Among the PlayStation Plus free games February 2023 line-up, Mafia: Definitive Edition, Evil Dead: The Game, and OlliOlli World each of a Platinum trophy to unlock. Also, it should be noted that the Destiny 2 expansion Beyond Light does not include any additional trophies.

Among these three Platinums, the easiest to acquire would be for Mafia: Definitive Edition. The Platinum for this title is of average difficulty, and only requires around 20 hours of gameplay.

Unlocking the Platinum for Evil Dead: The Game is not exactly difficult in itself, though it will require many hours of gameplay – well over 100 hours.

Lastly, the Platinum for OlliOlli World can be quite challenging, especially for those new to the OlliOlli franchise. The Platinum can take around 35 hours, though this is heavily skill-dependent.

Destiny 2 Trophy Guide

Destiny 2 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ***  A first-person MMO and sequel to the 2014 Destiny, set in the far future that pits players against dark alien forces on different planets and locations in the solar system. Though still requiring skills and time, the Platinum is far easier than its predecessor.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Destiny 2 *** 14 Bungie U.S. 0 2 11 13 10

Destiny 2

Destiny 2 is an MMO first-person shooter, and a sequel to the 2014 Destiny. Set in the far future, players travel to different planets and locations to engage in PvE battles in either solo missions, or three-player Strikes, or six-player Raids. Similar to its predecessor, players can also participate in free roam patrol missions. The game also still includes different PvP modes, which are either objective-based or deathmatches.

The Cabal forces of the Red Legion have launched an assault on the Last City, which destroyed the Tower, the Guardian's headquarters. After finding a new haven known as the Farm, the Guardians begin to plan a counter-attack.

Destiny 2 received positive reviews with an average score of 85%, praised for its overall gameplay and improvements made over its predecessor, including an emphasis on exploration, and its story, though criticized by some for its award system and some boring side activities such as Lost Sectors.

The Platinum for Destiny 2 is significantly easier than its predecessor, but still requires some skills and plenty of time. You'll need to play through the story three times, level up at least one character as high as possible, and participate in strikes and raids. Less emphasis on the PvP related trophies, and no trophies for completing a raid with no members dying.

Expect around 80-100 hours for the Platinum, depending on your skills.

If you've played the previous Destiny on the PS4, then you'll be able to continue with the same characters. You'll first want to play through the main story at least once, while leveling up your character and searching for treasure chests for the subclass artifacts.

You'll eventually need to play through that story two more times, in order to get each of the three subclasses, to unlock the Zavala's Lieutenant trophy for the Titan, Cayde's Pathfinder for the Hunter, and Ikora's Protege for the Warlock. It's up to you if you wish to do that now, or continue on with your first character.

Eventually though, you'll need to start leveling up at least one character to be able to participate in strikes and raids. You'll need to be at least 260-270 light level to complete a Nightfall strike, to unlock the Heart Of Darkness trophy, and at least 270 to complete the Leviathan raid for the Belly Of The Beast trophy. You'll also need to eventually complete the Leviathan raid on Prestige difficulty for The Prestige trophy, and win a match in the weekend Crucible activity for the Lest Ye Be Judged trophy.

Aside from that, you'll be working on collecting 15 exotic weapons or armor for The Life Exotic trophy, and completing a few other miscellaneous ones. Be sure to check out the Destiny 2 trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you need, and their requirements.

Also, if you're looking for co-op partners, check out the Links tab for forums, as well. Good luck, and may the Light be with you!

First, here's a Walkthrough on IGN:

And Alex avard and Steven Strom have a Walkthrough here:

A Leviathan Raid Walkthrough by olsen77:

Here's a great Trophy Guide by olsen77 which includes the DLC:

And NCSFan001 has a great Trophy Guide here:

A useful Trophy Guide by PowerPyx:

And NerdBurglars have a useful Trophy Guide here:

A simple but useful Trophy Guide by PrimerAespada91:

Here's a Co-op Forum on PlaystationTrophies:

Or, you can check out the Raid Finder on TRN:

And a Clan Recruitment Forum on PlaystationTrophies:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

PlayStation Plus Free Games September 2018

Some of us may still be suffering through this year’s heat wave – which provides ample opportunity to stay in an air conditioned home and play some games. And just in time, Sony has announced their next line up for PlayStation Plus free games September 2018 which will be available for download on Tuesday, September 4.

For the PlayStation 4, there’s Destiny 2, the online first-person shooter and sequel to the 2014 title by Bungie, which has you fighting off alien forces either by yourself, with friends, or a group of strangers. And God of War III Remastered, the revamped version of the 2010 PS3 version which has Kratos taking his revenge out on Olympus itself.

On the PlayStation 3, there’s Another World: 20th Anniversary Edition, a cinematic platforming adventure first released in 1991, about a scientist tumbling through space and time after a failed experiment. The game is also a cross-plat on both the PS4 and PS Vita. And QUBE Director’s Cut, a platforming puzzle game in first-person, where players use high-tech gloves to alter the environment in order to reach deeper levels of a cube that is on a collision course for Earth. The game is also a cross-plat on the PS4.

And for the PlayStation Vita, there’s Sparkle 2, an action-puzzle game in which players make their way through levels to find the five enchanted keys. Sparkle 2 is a cross-plat on both the PS3 and PS4. And Foul Play, a side-scrolling brawler with co-op capabilities where performance on the stage is more important than simply punching away enemies.

Among the PlayStation Plus free games September 2018 line-up, God of War III Remastered, Destiny 2, and Foul Play all have Platinum trophies to unlock. Among them, Foul Play is perhaps the easiest and requiring only about 18 hours of gameplay, while God of War III Remastered is of average difficulty and needs about 15 hours, depending on skills. Also, both Another World: 20th Anniversary Edition and QUBE Director’s Cut are fairly easy games to unlock 100% of the trophies, and each only require a few hours with a walkthrough.

Also, the PlayStation VR title Here They Lie still remains a free download for PlayStation Plus members until October 2. And the party game Knowledge is Power continues to remain a free download for members until November 6.

Bungie to continue Supporting Destiny 1

Despite the official announcement of Destiny 2, Bungie announced they will continue supporting Destiny 1 “for the foreseeable future,” as stated by David Dague, Community Manager.




“Destiny 1 is still a game that will be there for players. We’ve planned to support it for the foreseeable future, so while we do have a sense of finality and closure of [the Age of Triumph] event, we are by no means turning the light off on Destiny 1,” said Dague.


“If [players] decide they want to revisit the things they did in Destiny 1, the game will still be there for them. And, for someone who might join the adventure in progress, and they might want to go back to the beginning and discover how it all started? Those origin stories will be waiting for them.”


While this may not mean we can expect anymore DLC to be released, trophy hunters can find comfort that Destiny 1 will still be available for unlocking its platinum when the sequel is released. Also, despite this announcement being made on April Fool’s Day, we at Trophy Hunter feel confident in its sincerity.


Destiny 2 is set to be released world wide on September 8, 2017 for the PlayStation 4, as well as the Xbox One and Microsoft Windows. The game will take place one year following the events of the Destiny: Rise of Iron DLC.

Destiny Sequel Confirmed For 2017

Today, Activision released their fourth quarter 2016 financial results, which not only includes some impressive numbers, but an announcement of some of their game releases for 2017.

The financial report confirmed a sequel for their 2014 online first-person shooter, Destiny. The report states that there will be a “full Destiny sequel in 2017 to broaden the franchise’s global reach, which along with follow-on content plans, sets the stage for growth.” The Destiny sequel was originally slated for 2016, but was delayed and replaced with the Rise of Iron DLC.

The report also announced changes to the Call of Duty series, which will be going “back to its roots” in 2017.

Regarding the figures, 2016 was a lucrative year for Activision, with revenues up 42% compared to 2015, and a cash flow of over $2.2 billion, up by 71%. The publisher of Destiny stated these results were due to the success of Overwatch, their integration with Candy Crush developer King, and their success in esports.