Not too long ago, Nielsen Media Research put out its annual survey data that assists in determining the most anticipated video games for holiday 2017, with Ubisoft’s forthcoming title Assassin’s Creed Origins taking second place right behind Activision and Sledgehammer Games’ World War II-inspired first-person shooter, Call of Duty: WW2. Now, PlayStation fans awaiting Ubisoft’s next sequel in the company’s long-running action-adventure franchise are likely to get even more excited about the new release, as the game’s full trophy list for the PS4 has been revealed.
The complete trophy set for Assassin’s Creed Origins contains 35 bronze trophies, 15 silver trophies, one gold trophy, and of course, a single platinum trophy, with the entire list not appearing to be too difficult at a surface glance. For instance, one of the bronze trophies called “Reporter” simply requires players to take one photo in five different territories, and most of the silver trophies are related to the completion of main quests. In the interest of avoiding the posting of spoilers, though, fans can check out the game’s trophy list in its entirety right here.
Although Assassin’s Creed Origins‘ trophy list for the PlayStation 4 doesn’t seem to include too many feats that would end up frustrating most gamers, it’s not as if the action-adventure title won’t test fans’ skills. As it so happens, in our four hours long hands-on experience with the game, we determined that the forthcoming release will be ready on day one to challenge players in multiple ways.
Bearing all of this in mind, it will be interesting to see just how demanding it will be to totally unlock each and every trophy in the PlayStation 4 version of Assassin’s Creed Origins when it launches later this month. Should the goal to nab all of the trophies become too taxing at certain points, though, fans will thankfully be able to take a break from combat and questing every now and again to simply explore the world that Ubisoft built with the game’s free roam mode, which will not only be free of combat, story, and time limits, but also will serve as a historical tour of Ancient Egypt.