Forspoken Trophy Guide & How to Get Platinum

Here are some pointers to help you out in your Forspoken trophy run

Forspoken is the newest fantasy adventure IP from Square Enix. Essentially a “fish out of water” tale, Forspoken tells the story of Frey, a young New Yorker transported to another world full of magic and cruelty, Athia. She must use her newfound magical abilities to parkour through the open world and battle monstrosities in a wild bid to find her way back home.

In this trophy guide, we’ll tell you what you need to know in order to get the platinum trophy for the new adventure game. The trophy list itself is composed of trophies that reward players through exploration and discovery. It puts less emphasis on magic mastery, despite requiring the player to visit and interact with all the Monuments throughout the land.

Forspoken has a total of 54 trophies to collect:

  • 1 Platinum trophy
  • 2 Gold trophies
  • 7 Silver trophies
  • 44 Bronze trophies

Forspoken Trophy List

Platinum Trophy

  • Forspoken: Earn every single trophy

Gold Trophies

  • Abominizer: Defeat all four abominations
  • Archivist: Unlock 80% of the Archive

Silver Trophies

  • Awakening: Lay waste to a great evil for the sake of humankind
  • Pilgrimage: Adept: Visit fifty monuments
  • Explorer: Trailblazer: Visit one hundred points of interest
  • Call of the Fount: Beatified: Acquire the magical powers available from all the Founts of Blessing
  • Paragon: Learn every spell
  • Kit and Caboodle: Acquire every piece of equipment (except those only obtainable via sub-quests)
  • Through the Eyes of Another: Visionary: Complete all flashback challenges at the Monuments to Wisdom

Bronze Trophies

  • Attachments: Acquire a mysterious golden bracelet
  • Stuck: Journey through a beautiful yet deadly other world
  • The Interloper: Swear vengeance on a deadly foe
  • What Must be Done: Survive a nightmarish ordeal
  • Might and Main: Emerge victorious from a showdown in a great fortress
  • Damned If You Do…: Taste the sweetness of peace and the bitterness of disaster
  • The Hue of Blue: Submit yourself to otherworldly justice
  • The Truth Will Out: Emerge victorious from a trial to end all trials
  • Breaking Point: Learn a hard truth, and accept a harder one
  • None the Wiser: Emerge victorious from a conflict in a twisted reality
  • Forspoken: Hold the fate of the world in your hands
  • Rebirth: See to the needs of the people of Cipal
  • Promises: Make a promise to someone very special
  • Moves: Earn the praise of the mighty Pilo with your dancing
  • Remembrance: Say a complete set of remembrances to the departed
  • A Roaring Trade: Trade poppets for all available items
  • Outdoorsperson: Set up camp
  • Pilgrimage: Initiate: Visit your first monument
  • Pilgrimage: Novice: Visit twenty monuments
  • Explorer: Seeker: Visit ten points of interest
  • Explorer: Pathfinder: Visit fifty points of interest
  • Unlocked Potential: Spend mana to learn a spell for the first time
  • Realized Potential: Learn all the spells that can possibly be learned
  • Call of the Fount: Baptized: Acquire magical powers for the first time at a Fount of Blessing
  • Tinkerer: Craft an item for the first time
  • Craftsperson: Craft a healing item and two of Frey’s original pieces of equipment
  • Hop, Step, Jump: Perform five Shimmies in a row
  • Hell of a Run: Perform magic parkour for twenty seconds continuously
  • Endless Runner: Travel a total of 100 km (62 miles) using magic parkour
  • I Can Fly!: Use Float to stay airborne for ten seconds
  • Leapfrogger: Jump over enemies a total of ten times
  • Tit for Tat: Perform ten precision counters
  • No Mercy: Perform thirty Killer Blows
  • Knock ‘Em Dead: Finish three or more enemies with a single blast of Surge Magic
  • Help Me Out Here: Use the Disperse spell three times in a single battle
  • Wildfire: Defeat an enemy bound by the Tangled status effect with Sila’s magic
  • Shocker: Electrocute three enemies at once
  • From Every Angle: Us all four types of Tanta magic in a single battle
  • Through the Eyes of Another: Empath: Complete your first flash challenge at a Monument to Wisdom
  • Through the Eyes of Another: Seer: Complete flashback challenges at ten Monuments of Wisdom
  • Cat Person: Befriend all of Tantas’ familiars
  • Happy Snapper: Show pictures taken at all the photo spots to the children
  • Above and Beyond: Upgrade all your spells
  • Barely There: Hide for ten whole seconds – so long that people will forget you were there

The most telling part of this trophy list is that there don’t seem to be any trophies associated with any particular challenge. There’s nothing in the list that suggest you take down enemies under certain conditions, no time-attack ones, etc. That is either going good or bad depending on how long you like to play Forspoken. There are trophies that require you to perform certain moves while in battle, but if you’ve played the demo then you know that pulling that kind of stuff is practically second nature. You don’t even think about it most of the time.

What’s without doubt, however, is the number of trophies associated with traveling and visiting monuments. Again, like in the demo, the game world is going to be vast and empty with groups of mobs standing in between you and point B. If you are a fan of Ubisoft titles and their checklist of achievements, this might appeal to you.

There are only two trophies of concern to us that will definitely extend your time in Athia. Those two are the “Paragon”, “Above and Beyond”, and “Kit and Caboodle” Silver trophies. When you look at the spider web that is this game’s skill tree, then you know that it’s going to take a while to get all the spells. Especially when there are Spellcraft Challenges that reward you for using the same spells over and over again. Plus knowing the history of Square Enix with hidden gear, we don’t want to know what the full life of equipment is going to be like. (Not yet.)

That about covers all the trophies, well, besides the Cat Person Bronze trophy. (We assume are tied to certain locations. Hopefully.) the rest of the trophies you can get from progressing the story. Crafting and archive completion should be no big deal if you make it a habit of picking up every random object off the ground. Remember, you only need 80% to knock off this trophy. It’s something.

Do check out the official launch trailer of Forspoken, courtesy of Square Enix.