Killzone 3 Trophy Guide

Killzone 3 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ***  A sci-fi first-person shooter and the fourth major installment in the Killzone series exclusive to the PlayStation. Far easier than the previous installment, requiring two playthroughs.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Killzone 3 *** 52 Guerrilla Games U.K. 44 4 3 10 27

Killzone 3

Killzone 3 is a first-person shooter, the fourth in the Killzone series, and the first to include both stereoscopic 3D and feature motion control using the PlayStation Move. The game features single player and split-screen co-op, as well as online multiplayer which supports three different game modes.

Taking place soon after Killzone 2, the Helghast have begun a counter attack after the death of their leader, Visari. The Interplanetary Strategic Alliance are being forced to evacuate the planet Helghan as they find themselves outmanned and outgunned by more powerful enemy weapons.

Killzone 3 received positive reviews, with an average score of 86%, praised for its beautiful graphics and 3D effect, exciting action, and multiplayer. The storyline, however, received mixed reviews.

Far easier than its prequel, this is actually a low 3-star rating. The campaign must be completed twice, plus some possible mopping-up using the chapter select. There are 10 online trophies, but these are much easier and quicker than the prequel, and don't require a boosting partner (though it always helps, of course).

Will take 30 or more hours to complete, depending on your FPS skills.

You will need to play the campaign twice: once to unlock Elite difficulty, and a second time on Elite. For your first playthrough, it doesn't matter which difficulty mode you select, as they will all unlock Elite after completion. So it's up to you if you wish to start things easy, or get a better warm-up for Elite.

There are a number of miscellaneous trophies you can unlock along the way, though it's not necessary to do so, as you can always use the chapter select later.

Once that's finished, you can now play through on the newly unlocked Elite difficulty mode. This is where the 3-star difficulty rating comes in, as Elite can prove to be quite challenging and frustrating at times. Just be patient, and refer to some of the walkthroughs in our Links page if you're struggling.

There's one last playthrough required, and that's completing the Co-op campaign. Rest assured, you don't need to play the entire game - only up to the end of Chapter 3, and can be done on any difficulty. If you don't have a friend to play with, then simply plug in a second controller and let it sit on the floor.

Any offline trophies you're still missing can be mopped-up via chapter select. Check out the Killzone 3 trophy guide links under our Links tab for specific details to what you're missing.

Last, are the 10 online trophies. As we mentioned earlier, these aren't nearly as difficult nor time consuming as Killzone 2, and in fact can be achieved legitimately if you want, without requiring a boosting partner.

vhayste created a great Walkthrough, here:

IGN has a useful Walkthrough, here:

Here's a great Trophy Guide with videos, by vhayste:

And another Trophy Guide with videos, this one by PowerPyx:

yewjhin, Yoshi_Girl, TheFlyingToaster, and Wozamil have put together a great Trophy Guide here, which includes the DLC:

And a great Trophy Guide here, by tripledt:

Jeff Belote created a Trophy Guide, here:

If you're in need of a Boosting Partner, here's a Boosting Forum on PS3 Trophies:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

Killzone 2 Trophy Guide

Killzone 2 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: *****  A sci-fi first-person shooter and the third major installment in the Killzone series exclusive to the PlayStation. Completing the game on Elite difficulty is extremely challenging.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Killzone 2 ***** 52 Guerrilla Games U.K. 44 4 3 10 32

Killzone 2

Killzone 2 is a first-person shooter, an exclusive title to the PlayStation 3, and the third installment in the Killzone series which began on the PS2 and the PSP. The game includes a main campaign which features a "lean and peak" system as well as vehicular combat, and a class-based online multiplayer mode.

Taking place following the events of Killzone: Liberation, the ISA has decided to take the battle straight to the world of Helghan in an attempt to capture Emperor Visari and force their surrender. Players take control of Sev, a member of Alpha Squad ordered to embark on this dangerous mission.

Killzone 2 received high praise, with an average score of 91% for its spectacular graphics, presentation, and fun gameplay, as well as praised for its multiplayer function.

This is one of the few first-person shooter titles in which the offline trophies are just as challenging as the online. Playing the game on its hardest difficulty setting - Elite - can be arguably considered one of the toughest FPS games to clear.

With a boosting partner, this difficulty rating could be dropped to a 4-star, but reaching the top 1% is still very time consuming, and needs to be concentrated within one week. Even with a boosting buddy, this is certainly one difficult Platinum to obtain - but one to be proud of.

We recommend beginning your playthrough on Easy. For one thing, as long as you finish the game - regardless of the difficulty mode - you will still unlock Elite difficulty. Also, there are a number of trophies, such as completing all missions without dying for Untouchable, and several timed boss trophies, which can be challenging to accomplish on a higher difficulty mode. So, play through from beginning to end, doing your best not to die, try to unlock trophies related to the timed bosses, as well as work through getting the kill-related trophies nad finding intel along the way.

After that, you can mop up by replaying missions. You can replay ones you've died on, as well as ones you're missing intel or any other random trophies. After your mop-up run, you should have all the trophies except for Heroic Survivor and the online ones.

Next, load up a game on Elite difficulty and prepare for a challenging playthrough. If there's parts of the game that are overly frustrating, you can always use the Mission Select to complete them in any order.

After you completed Elite difficulty, then congratulate yourself on a job well done. No one considers that easy. Unfortunately, you still have the remaining 10 online trophies to unlock. If you can find two or three people to boost with, you can set up private matches and boost for reaching the top 1% for that week. This means, playing nearly every day for seven days. If you're not boosting, then you'll need some serious FPS skills to unlock these online trophies.

Good luck!

IGN has a useful Walkthrough, here:

And a Walkthrough here, by Andre Segers:

Ratchet12345 has a great Walkthrough, here:

Here's a great Trophy Guide by Sarnath and mjc0961, which includes the DLC:

And a detailed Trophy Guide here, by trophybot:

And a useful Trophy Guide by Jeff Belote:

A simple but useful Trophy Guide here, by AndyBSG:

xstation360 has a video guide showing all the Intel and Symbol Locations:

And a video by PringlesForAidan, demonstrating the Barrel Of Death trophy:

And PringlesForAidan's video demonstrating the Dragonslayer trophy:

Here's a list of the Ribbon Requirements, posted by Savenger:

For those online trophies, here's a Boosting Forum on PS3 Trophies:

Finally, here's a basic Trophy List:

Horizon Zero Dawn Trophy Guide

Horizon Zero Dawn Trophy Guide. Difficulty: **  No missable trophies, as the game enters a free-roam after completing the main story, which can be played on Easy mode.

Game Name Difficulty Trophies Developer Country Bronze Silver Gold Online DLC
Horizon Zero Dawn ** 56 Guerrilla Games Netherlands 48 5 2 0 0

Horizon Zero Dawn

Horizon Zero Dawn is a third-person action adventure with RPG elements. Players use ranged weapons and stealth tactics to battle against mechanized creatures which can be looted for resources. Players can explore the open world, and upgrade their character through a skill tree which allows for both new abilities and passive bonuses.

Taking place a thousand years in the future, the world is now dominated by great mechanical creatures known as "machines," while humans have regressed to primitive tribal societies. Aloy has been cast out from her tribe at a young age, but soon learns that she may be the key to not only understanding the reason for humanity's regression, but a way to stop the machines from growing hostile.

Horizon Zero Dawn received critical acclaim with an average score of 90%, praised for its story, visuals, voice-acting talents, world exploration and environment, and combat system.

The difficulty of Horizon Zero Dawn can be compared to the Assassin's Creed series, only without the online trophies. There is nothing missable, which means you can play through the main story and complete it if you like, then enter a free-roam stage where you can unlock everything else. The game can also be played on Easy mode.

Expect roughly 40-50 hours, depending on your skills as well as whether or not you skip any of the dialogue.

Since there are no difficulty-related trophies, feel free to select Easy mode if you wish.

Also, since there are no missable trophies, feel free to sit back, relax, and enjoy the game before worrying about unlocking anything. However, it should be noted that the All Allies Joined trophy required you to have all the allies with you before starting The Looming Shadow portion of the main quest. This trophy is not missable, but if you miss it the first time, it simply means you will need to replay The Looming Shadow again later.

Once you've finished the main story and have entered the free roam stage, it's time to mop-up what's left. This may include completing all the side missions, as well as all the override, catalog, and kill related trophies.

Also, there are all the collectibles waiting for you. Buy the maps from the in-game vendors which illustrate the locations for some of these collectibles, to make things easier. Also, be sure to check out the collectible guides under our Links tab, as well. Finally, check out our Horizon Zero Dawn trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what trophies you may be missing at this point, and how to unlock them.


Horizon Zero Dawn Platinum Trophy May Include Reward

Obtaining the Platinum Trophy in Horizon Zero Dawn may provide more than a sense of accomplishment or bragging rights to some players.


Sony Interactive Entertainment, the publishers behind Guerrilla Games‘ open-world action RPG Horizon Zero Dawn, is rewarding players who unlock the Platinum Trophy with an exclusive avatar for their PSN Profile. Players must also be subscribed to the PlayStation Newsletter where Sony congratulates the user for obtaining the Platinum and sends out the redeem code for the avatar.


This is in fact the second time Sony congratulated players with a gift for Horizon Zero Dawn, the first being an exclusive PlayStation 4 theme. Previous titles in which players were rewarded in the PlayStation Newsletter included Bloodborne and Uncharted 4.


The avatar reward is random, so not all players achieving the Platinum Trophy in Horizon Zero Dawn will receive a reedem code.