This is our Hello Neighbor 2 Trophy Guide. In this direct sequel to the first Hello Neighbor game, players take control of Quentin, a journalist working for the Raven Brooks Banner. He is tasked with looking into some weird goings-on in the small community. The investigation will involve uncovering the darkest secrets of your neighbors, particularly Mr. Peterson, and solving a case that’s been left unsolved for the longest time.
In this guide, we’ll tell you what you need to earn in order to get platinum in Hello Neighbor as well as a few pointers from past experiences.
Hello Neighbor 2 Trophy Guide
True Journalist: Prove your worth to Raven Brooks
Family Lost: Complete Night 2
Treasure Hunt: Complete Day 3
Ancient Curse: Complete Night 3
Hidden Secrets: Complete Day 4
Imprisonment: Complete Night 4
Reunion: Beat the game
Mad Scientist: Construct an abomination
Dog Person: Yes, you can!
Cat Person: Haven’t we met before?
Climber: Synchronization complete
Case Closed: Complete Day 1
Shovel Night: Complete Day 2
Easy as Pie: Complete Day 2
Welcome to Raven Brooks: Complete Tutorial
There are 15 trophies in total:
1 Platinum Trophy
10 Gold Trophies
3 Silver Trophies
1 Bronze Trophy
All of the trophies mentioned above, with the exception of the Platinum trophy, are Hidden Trophies.
On paper, it looks like Hello Neighbor 2 is a quick Platinum Trophy in the bag. That may be the case considering most of the trophies involve story progression in one form or another. But there are a few standouts that could potentially delay your efforts.
The Mad Scientist trophy, for example, appears below the Reunion trophy. This suggests that this collectibles trophy is something you can potentially miss or is tied to exploration around the neighborhood.
The Dog Person and Cat Person trophies are a bit vague in what they want you to do to earn them. Our guess is that simply crossing these pets in your investigation is enough. Though we suspect that getting the dog’s attention could lead to some trouble. Or it could a case of looking at a specific dog or cat.
Lastly, there’s the Climber trophy. 5 dollars says it involves climbing Mr. Peterson’s house, Assassin’s Creed-style, and looking over the neighborhood. It wouldn’t be the first time in the neighborhood’s history that something like that has happened. Guaranteed. But know that climbing so high up will not result in you suddenly gaining Eagle Vision.
And that’s it for our thoughts on the platinum trophy run for Hello Neighbor 2. If anything else, there are a bunch of Gold and Silver trophies up for grabs for just playing and completing the story.
Watch out for the game when it comes out earlier next month.
Check out this trailer from publisher and publisher tinyBuildGAMES where it showcases some of the things you can expect from the PlayStation release of Hello Neighbor 2.