Do you need a Trophy guide for A Plague Tale: Requiem? As part of our A Plague Tale: Requiem guide, we are going to help you unlock all Trophies and reveal how to get the Platinum. Our Trophy Roadmap will cover questions like whether there are any Missable Trophies and Difficulty Related Trophies.
Due to the nature of the content on this page, please note there may be A Plague Tale: Requiem spoilers below. While we have tried to keep everything as spoiler-free as possible, clicking through to other pages could reveal plot points and late-game scenarios.
A Plague Tale: Requiem Trophy Guide
A Plague Tale: Requiem has 36 Trophies to unlock, including the Platinum. In this part of our A Plague Tale: Requiem Trophy guide, we will first reveal our Trophy Roadmap, and then detail how to unlock all Trophies.
It is not possible to unlock all of the Trophies in A Plague Tale: Requiem in a single playthrough; you're going to need Chapter Select and New Game+ to finish off a few of them. This is because three progression paths for your Skills unlock over the course of the game, and are dependent on your actions. For example, you'll gain more stealth-based Skills if you stay out of sight; the same goes if you take the opposite route and get stuck into combat. Therefore, you may not have enough time to unlock every Skill, which is required for Trophies.
Furthermore, you might not find enough resources to fully Upgrade your weapons and equipment. This is a requirement to unlock Trophies. Luckily, all your Skills and Upgrades carry over into New Game+, allowing you to continue working on those Trophies.
Some Trophies are situational and can only be unlocked in specific chapters. They are:
- Under a New Sun: Perfect Shot
- A Sea of Promises: Perfect Throw
- Tales and Revelations: Old Protector
- Protector's Duty: Mercy
Since the game has a very kind Chapter Select function, though, you can easily reload the chapter you need and unlock the Trophy that way. The same goes for any Collectibles you miss.
Are There Any Missable Trophies?
There are no Missable Trophies in A Plague Tale: Requiem thanks to Chapter Select and New Game+. Any Collectibles you miss can be cleaned up through Chapter Select after completing the title — or even during your playthrough — and you can keep working on your Skills and Upgrades through New Game+.
Do Difficulty Options Affect Trophies?
A Plague Tale: Requiem has Narrative, Normal, and Hard difficulty settings. However, difficulty options don't affect Trophies. You can unlock all of them — and the Platinum Trophy — on the Narrative difficulty setting if you wish.
Platinum: Earn all A Plague Tale: Requiem trophies
Unlock the other 35 Trophies that make up this list and the Platinum Trophy will automatically unlock.
Under a New Sun
Bronze: Complete chapter 1
Automatically unlocked for beating Under a New Sun.
Bronze: Complete chapter 2
Automatically unlocked for beating Newcomers.
A Burden of Blood
Bronze: Complete chapter 3
Automatically unlocked for beating A Burden of Blood.
Bronze: Complete chapter 4
Automatically unlocked for beating Protector's Duty.
In Our Wake
Bronze: Complete chapter 5
Automatically unlocked for beating In Our Wake.
Leaving All Behind
Bronze: Complete chapter 6
Automatically unlocked for beating Leaving All Behind.
Bronze: Complete chapter 7
Automatically unlocked for beating Felons.
A Sea of Promises
Bronze: Complete chapter 8
Automatically unlocked for beating A Sea of Promises.
Tales and Revelations
Bronze: Complete chapter 9
Automatically unlocked for beating Tales and Revelations.
Bronze: Complete chapter 10
Automatically unlocked for beating Bloodline.
The Cradle of Centuries
Bronze: Complete chapter 11
Automatically unlocked for beating The Cradle of Centuries.
The Life We Deserve
Bronze: Complete chapter 12
Automatically unlocked for beating The Life We Deserve.
Bronze: Complete chapter 13
Automatically unlocked for beating Nothing Left.
Healing Our Wounds
Bronze: Complete chapter 14
Automatically unlocked for beating Healing Our Wounds.
Bronze: Complete chapter 15
Automatically unlocked for beating Dying Sun.
Bronze: Complete chapter 16
Automatically unlocked for beating King Hugo.
Silver: Complete all chapters
There are 17 chapters in the game, and completing them all unlocks this Trophy.
Silver: Find all flowers
Flowers are a type of collectible, with five of them to be found throughout the game. Our All Flowers Locations guide will help you find them all and unlock this Trophy.
Silver: Find all feathers
Just like flowers, feathers are another type of collectible, with seven of them spread throughout the game. Our All Feathers Locations guide will help you find them all and unlock this Trophy.
Silver: Open all the secret chests
Secret Chests are yet another type of collectible for you to look out for, with 10 of them in the game. Our All Secret Chests Locations guide will help you find them all and unlock this Trophy.
Gold: Recall all souvenirs
The final type of collectible to look out for is Souvenirs, of which there are 21. Our All Souvenirs Locations guide will help you find them all and unlock this Trophy.
Not a Toy Anymore
Silver: Fully upgrade the sling
The Sling can be upgraded at Workbenches, and required Tools and Pieces in order to afford upgrades. To unlock this Trophy, you'll need to purchase the Softened Cords, Double Cradle, and Elongated Cords upgrades.
Silver: Fully upgrade the crossbow
Given to you a handful of chapters into the game, the Crossbow is another weapon you'll need to fully upgrade at a Workbench. To unlock this Trophy, you'll need to buy the Flexible Limb, Bigger Quiver, and Reinforced Bolts upgrades.
Handful of Pockets
Silver: Fully upgrade the gear
The gear upgrades allow you to carry more equipment and ammo, and they can all be purchased at a Workbench. To unlock this Trophy, you'll need to buy the Ringed Belt, Bottomless Bag, and Belt Cases upgrades.
Silver: Fully upgrade the instruments
Instruments have a number of uses, including letting you upgrade your equipment anywhere and turning unneeded ammo into Pieces. To unlock this Trophy, you'll need to buy the Recycling Tool, Traveller Tools, and Unbreakable Tool upgrades.
Silver: Fully upgrade the alchemy
The alchemy upgrades make your ammo concoctions better, improving the damage they deal and increasing the size of their explosions. To unlock this Trophy, you'll need to buy the Hidden Pockets, Strong Fire, and Unstable Reaction upgrades.
Bronze: Extinguish 40 fires
You should unlock this Trophy naturally whilst playing through the campaign. Using Extinguis through your Sling and Pots, you'll put out fires to allow the rats to kill enemies. Do this 40 times and you'll unlock the Trophy.
Bronze: Craft 100 ammunitions
Another Trophy you'll almost certainly unlock naturally, simply use your resources to craft Ignifer, Extinguis, and the other types of ammo 100 times to unlock it.
Bronze: Fully improve the Prudence skills
As you play, you'll unlock different skills depending on how you approach encounters. The Prudence skills are based around stealth and can be viewed by accessing the Codex from the touchpad. You'll need to unlock the Light Footstep, Nimbleness, Throwing Stance, and Armour Piercer skills to unlock this Trophy.
Bronze: Fully improve the Aggressive skills
As you play, you'll unlock different skills depending on how you approach encounters. The Aggressive skills are based around combat and can be viewed by accessing the Codex from the touchpad. You'll need to unlock the Grappler, Recovery, Vital Points, and Quick Fingers skills to unlock this Trophy.
Bronze: Fully improve the Opportunism skills
As you play, you'll unlock different skills depending on how you approach encounters. The Opportunism skills are based around crafting and can be viewed by accessing the Codex from the touchpad. You'll need to unlock the Alchemy Knowledge, Nothing Lost, Material Division, and Pure Product skills to unlock this Trophy.
Bronze: Shoot all the pine cones
In the game's first chapter, Hugo will task Amicia with shooting pine cones as he sends them downstream. This takes place just after the stealth tutorial with Lucas. You must, as the Trophy description states, shoot all the pine cones Hugo places in the river. For more help and information, refer to our Under a New Sun walkthrough.
Gold: Successfully complete all throws in the Crowns game
One of the Souvenirs in the A Sea of Promises chapter tasks you with throwing Pots through wreaths made out of flowers. Successfully throw the four Pots through each of the wreaths and you'll unlock the Trophy.
Gold: Interact with all of the old protector's items in the sanctuary
During chapter 9, Tales and Revelations, Amicia and Hugo will be joined by Sophia as they go undercover during a religious ceremony on La Cuna. Clearly marked by the red robes they're wearing, the threesome will eventually peel off from the main pack. They will comment on how they're walking through rooms that belonged to the old protector just after the garden, and from here, you'll need to interact with everything you find.
In the first room, there's the wooden house, the bed, and a set of dolls to interact with. In the second room, there's the suit of armour, a box of wooden toys, weapons rack, and drawings on top of the chest. In the laboratory, there's the athanor, two potions, chemical instruments, and cooking apparatus. In the room upstairs, there are some scrolls to interact with in the back-left corner. After interacting with all of these items, you'll unlock the Trophy.
Gold: Don't kill the guards on the docks
During chapter 4, Protector's Duty, you will eventually encounter a puzzle where you must cooperate with an enemy soldier in order to progress. At the end, he'll realise who you are and start hunting you down. Before he recognises you, shoot him with Ignifer using the Sling, and then do the same with Tar. This will burn his clothes and create a path for you to cross over the rats and reach the other side while the guard is stunned. He isn't killed, though, so once you push the metal door ahead of you open, the Trophy will unlock.