Several Classic PS Plus Premium Titles Got Their Platinum Trophies Upgraded

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Sony has added Platinum Trophies to its several classic PS Plus Premium titles, including Toy Story 2, Toy Story 3, Alone in the Dark, and more.

Several Classic PS Plus Premium Titles Got Their Platinum Trophies Upgraded

Sony Interactive Entertainment has recently delighted fans by pushing updates for several of its classic PS Plus Premium titles, retroactively adding Platinum Trophies. This move enhances the appeal of these nostalgic games, giving trophy hunters a new reason to revisit some beloved classics.

Classic PS Plus Premium Titles That Received Platinum Trophies

Several PlayStation Classics available through PS Plus Premium have received full trophy support, including a Platinum trophy for each game.

Previously, while many first-party PS1 and PSP titles came with trophies, third-party games often lacked this feature. The latest updates, however, have expanded trophy support to include the following third-party classics:

  • Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue
  • Toy Story 3
  • Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare
  • Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus
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The addition of trophies introduces a range of new challenges for players to complete. In the Toy Story titles, players will need to finish the games and find all collectibles. For Alone in the Dark, the tasks include defeating bosses, collecting all weapons, and uncovering secret relics. Oddworld: Abe’s Exoddus offers more sinister challenges, such as causing Abe to die from an electric wall or by falling.

These unexpected additions breathe new life into these classics, encouraging both new and returning players to engage with these titles in fresh ways.

This move suggests that Sony is committed to expanding trophy support across a broader range of PlayStation Classics. The company has already shown interest in enhancing its retro catalog, as evidenced by the earlier addition of trophy support for PSP titles like Super Stardust Portable and No Heroes Allowed!

Hence, fans of classic PlayStation franchises can hope to see more of their favorite games receive similar updates. With the PS2 platform now also supported, the potential for more retro games to get trophy support is exciting.

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