In this Stray Trophy guide, we will be going through the game's list of Trophies, explaining each of them and telling you how to unlock them all. As part of our Stray guide, you can use this Trophy roadmap to chart your progress towards unlocking the Platinum. If you want to know about Stray's Trophies and how to unlock them, this guide has all the details you need.
Note: There may be content below that some might consider spoilers. If you've yet to complete Stray, proceed with caution. Curiosity killed the cat!
Stray Trophy Guide: How to Get the Platinum
Stray is a mostly linear game, so earning all the Trophies will be a simple process of playing it once or twice through to grab everything as you go. The list is mostly straightforward, with only one Trophy we can see that might give some players trouble.
Some of the easier Trophies are A Little Chatty, Cat-a-Pult, and Productive Day. These require you to meow 100 times, jump 500 times, and sleep for over an hour respectively. Meowing is mapped to a button, so you can mash through that in a couple of minutes — or just pepper them in when the urge strikes you. 500 jumps sounds like a lot, but you will easily accomplish this through natural play. As for sleeping for an hour, you can curl up and nap at certain spots throughout the game, so find one you like and snooze for the full time. No More Lives is another easy one. While Stray has unlimited lives, dying at least nine times throughout the game at any point will net you this Trophy.
Things get slightly trickier elsewhere. Throughout the game, you can earn Trophies for completing specific actions. These are one-off scenarios, so you might miss them your first go around. These include Boom Chat Kalaka, Scratch, and Curiosity Killed the Cat, among others. The best advice is to just explore each chapter as fully as you can, keeping an eye out for button prompts that let you interact with characters or objects.
Next up are the Trophies concerning collectibles. To earn Trophies Meowlody, I Remember!, and Badges, you will need to find all Music Sheets, all B-12 Memories, and all Badges respectively. We have pages showing where all these are through the links if you need assistance.
The toughest Trophy on the list is almost certainly I am Speed, which requires you to complete the game start to finish in under two hours. If you beeline through every chapter, ignoring unnecessary collectibles and characters, it's absolutely doable, but you should be ready to attempt this a few times if you're used to taking your time.
Stray Trophy Guide: Are There Any Difficulty Trophies?
There are no difficulty Trophies in Stray. The game does not have any alternate difficulty settings — it's the same level of challenge for everyone, so there are no Trophies related to this.
Stray Trophy Guide: Are There Any Missable Trophies?
Some of the Trophies in Stray are for one-off interactions in certain chapters, and it's possible to move on to the next chapter without finding them. However, none of the Trophies are truly missable, because you can always choose the chapter you need when selecting your save. You can replay any chapters you've unlocked and redo the interactions required.
Stray Trophy Guide: All Trophies
There are 25 Trophies in to earn in Stray, including that shiny Platinum. In this section of our Stray Trophy guide, we have outlined each one, telling you what each of them are and how to earn them.
Be aware that some of the below Trophies and their descriptions may be considered spoilers.
Platinum: Unlock all trophies.
You know the drill. Earn all the below Trophies and you'll snag this Platinum.
A Little Chatty
Silver: Meow 100 times.
This is an easy one. You can meow whenever you like, so reaching 100 meows won't take you very long. Either hammer out all of them in one go, or meow 100 times naturally as you feel necessary.
Silver: Jump 500 times.
This sounds like a lot, but you will easily jump this many times as you play through the game. You can only jump at specific spots, so make the most of any jumping opportunities to maximise your efforts.
Silver: Sleep for more than one hour.
Spend an hour in the game sleeping. You need to sleep in one spot for the full hour — you can't work up the time cumulatively. Settle in!
Boom Chat Kalaka
Bronze: Dunk the basketball.
In the chapter The Slums, you will meet a character named Guardian. Once you're done talking to them, head to the right and you'll see a basketball perched at the top of a slope. Directly at the bottom of the slope is a bin. To get the basketball in the bin, you will need to walk into it straight on, and it should land inside. If it doesn't, reload the checkpoint and try again — it's not too difficult.
Can't Cat-ch Me
Gold: Complete the first Zurk pursuit without being caught.
During the chapter Dead City, you'll be chased for the first time by weird little creatures called Zurks. Escape without any Zurks latching onto you to nab this Trophy. It can be surprisingly tricky as they come from all angles.
Silver: Go through Midtown without being detected by the Sentinels.
After a certain point in the chapter Midtown, hostile Sentinel drones will be after you. Stay in stealth and sneak through all areas without being spotted to get this trophy.
No More Lives
Bronze: Die 9 times.
Another simple Trophy. As the description says, die nine times throughout the game. There is no penalty for dying, other than resetting at your last checkpoint.
Bronze: Scratch the vinyl in the club.
During the chapter Midtown you will enter a nightclub. On one of the tables is a vinyl record. Pick it up, then take it to the music stage. Place it onto the turntable and then scratch it to get this Trophy.
Gold: Complete the Sewers without killing any Zurks.
Get through The Sewers chapter leaving all Zurks unharmed. In other words, don't use your weapon at all — just run away!
I am Speed
Gold: Complete the game in less than 2 hours.
Speedrun time! It's possible to beat the game in less than two hours if you know what you're doing. Optimise your run, ignore anything unnecessary, and reach the credits within this limit. You can do it!
Bronze: Fall inside the city.
Unlocks as part of the story during the chapter Inside the Wall.
Silver: Meet B-12.
Unlocks as part of the story during the chapter The Flat.
Cat Got Your Tongue?
Bronze: Have B-12 translate a robot.
Unlocks as part of the story during the chapter The Slums.
Gold: Reach Midtown.
Unlocks as part of the story during the chapter Midtown.
Silver: Go to jail.
Unlocks as part of the story during the chapter Jail.
Gold: Complete the game and open the city.
Unlocks as part of the story during the chapter Control Room.
Silver: Bring all the music sheets to Morusque.
Throughout chapters The Slums and The Slums Part 2 are sheets of music to find. Bring all of them to Morusque to get this Trophy. For more information, see our guide: Stray: All Music Sheets Locations.
Curiosity Killed the Cat
Bronze: Wear the paper bag.
When you reach the chapter The Slums, you'll meet a robot named Guardian. From there, head left and you'll meet Morusque. Near Morusque is a brown paper bag you can interact with. Do this for an entertaining Trophy.
Bronze: Try to play mahjong with the robots.
In the chapter Antvillage, you'll find a pair of robots playing a game of mahjong. Jump onto the table to get this Trophy.
Cat's Best Friend
Silver: Nuzzle up against 5 robots.
On certain robots, it's possible to rub against their legs, which is just adorable. There are several to find in the game, and you'll know when you can do it as there will be a Triangle button prompt on their leg. Find any five robots and nuzzle up.
Gold: Gather all B-12 memories.
As you explore the game, you will find B-12 memories that help your robot companion remember what happened. Get all of them to earn this Trophy. For more information, see our guide: Stray: All B-12 Memories Locations.
Télé à chat
Bronze: Browse through all of the TV channels.
In the chapter The Slums, there is a TV set up on one of the rooftops. On the sofa opposite is a remote control. Keep tapping it with Triangle to cycle through all the channels and you'll get this Trophy.
Gold: Collect all badges.
Hidden throughout the game are Badges for you to collect and earn. Find all of them and you'll nab this Trophy. For more information, see our guide: Stray: All Badges Locations.
Silver: Scratch in every chapter.
In each chapter of the game, you will find at least one point where you can scratch, like a wall, a post, or a rug. Find and use one in each chapter and you'll unlock this Trophy.
That does it for our guide to all Trophies in Stray. How many have you unlocked? Let us know in the comments section below, and be sure to check out our Stray guide for lots more info on the game.
Can you Pause the Game for the Speedrun Trophy or does the Time goes on?
Nice guide and excellent game!
To echo above question, can the speedrun be paused?
And does it matter if you die during it?
Does the timer reset if you load back from checkpoint rather then continue after dying?
@ryudo88 @Futureshark Don’t you mean can you paws it during a speed run?
Sorry. I’ve read too many bad puns in this forum recently.
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