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Beyond: Two Souls Trophies Unveiled… And Only Three Aren't "Secret"

Posted on Monday, October 7 @ 05:10:03 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


The trophy list for Quantic Dream's upcoming narrative-driven adventure Beyond: Two Souls has been revealed, and it's a bit shorter than you might have expected.

That's right, there are only three visible trophies in the entire game. I guess the rest are hidden behind story-sensitive content. Something tells me you're going to have to play through this one quite a few times to see all the endings and get that coveted platinum.

Here are the three that aren't shrouded in mystery:
  • BEYOND: TWO SOULS MASTER — Platinum — Collected all trophies!
  • Two Souls – Bronze — Launched a scene in Duo mode.
  • All Endings… – Gold —Saw all endings.
We're currently working our way through David Cage's latest right now, so keep you eyes peeled for the review, which should be hitting the site very soon! Beyond: Two Souls arrives on store shelves October 8th, exclusively for PS3.

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