Alan Wake 2 Trophy Guide and How to Get Platinum

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After many years lost in writing, Alan Wake returns to fight the darkness once again. But he is not alone. A murderous cult draws in series newcomer Saga Anderson, and together they can still find the end of this nightmare.

In this Alan Wake 2 trophy guide, I’ll tell you what you need to know to get the Platinum trophy in the game. This story is told in two parts from the perspective of the titular Alan Wake and the Anderson Saga. But their stories overlap when their need is greatest.

There are 67 trophies to recover from the darkness, distributed between our protagonists, Alan Wake and Saga Anderson.

  • 1 platinum trophy
  • 1 silver trophy
  • 65 bronze trophies

Alan Wake 2 Trophy List

silver trophies

  • The story made true: Complete Alan Wake 2

bronze trophies

  • Escape from its gravity: Use a hand flare to escape an enemy grab.
  • This is the moment: Dodge at the last minute to avoid an enemy attack.
  • Not the last: Pick up the first page of the manuscript
  • Shining in the night: Light a handheld flare to keep enemies at bay.
  • Secret hiding places: Discover a Cult Stash and a Lunch Box
  • Find a way: Find the screwdriver
  • Shorten: Find the bolt cutters
  • Chased the source: Destroy a source point
  • Reality of darkness: Solve five nursery rhyme puzzles
  • The Koskela brothers: See all Koskela Brother ads
  • The writer’s trail: Watch all the videos of the writer’s trip
  • Bring it: Find the sawed-off shotgun
  • Ready for a fight: Find the hunting rifle
  • Greatest Hits: Find the crossbow
  • Stop there: Find the pump action shotgun
  • Find the light: Find the flashlight and the revolver.
  • Lights shining: Find the flare gun
  • Yippee yay Ki: Find the double barreled shotgun
  • Pointing forward: Defeat five enemies with headshots.
  • Coffee thermos: Discover a rest room
  • It felt good: Use a healing item
  • Lawyer: Defeat the nightingale
  • Best of Bright Falls: Defeat Mulligan and Thornton.
  • Give in love: Defeat Cynthia
  • Full of rage: Defeat Scratch
  • Storm cloud: Escape from the dark presence
  • Stop the monster: Interrupts a possessed caster’s relocation attempt with flashlight boost.
  • Getting stronger: Upgrade any weapon once
  • All smiles: Fully upgrade a single weapon
  • Take your words: Discover a word of power
  • Nightmare territory: Pick up a map
  • It grew bigger: Update inventory size
  • I’ll find you: Find all the nursery rhyme dolls
  • Awesome visits: Stun an enemy with a Flashbang
  • Gone forever: Defeat an enemy with an explosion.
  • Hunting season: Complete chapter “The Cult”
  • Someone is at home: Complete chapter “Invitation”
  • On the overlay: Complete chapter “The Heart”
  • Back in Watery: Full episode “Local Girl”
  • We observe at night: Complete the chapter “No chance”
  • The ancient gods: Complete chapter “Old Gods”
  • Seeing double: Full chapter “Scratch”
  • Rock n’ Roll, baby: Complete chapter “Invocation”
  • The last deer festival: Full episode “Deerfest”
  • End of the road: Full chapter “Come home”
  • Talk show: Full chapter “Late at night”
  • NY: Full chapter “Casey”
  • Return: Complete the “Disturbing” chapter
  • All his life: Complete chapter “We sing”
  • In a luxury hotel: Complete the “Room 665” chapter
  • Told and retold: Full chapter “Return”
  • Behind the masks: Full chapter “Masks”
  • The cult of the word: Full episode “Zane’s Movie”
  • Your output: Full Chapter “He’s Gone”
  • Everything accounted for: Find all the weapons for both characters.
  • In one way: Defeat an enemy with a single crossbow shot.
  • Change in reality: Complete all nursery rhyme puzzles.
  • Hidden by the trees: Find all Cult Stashes and Lunchboxes
  • Coffee Themed Fun: Shoot Mr.Drippy or any other cardboard cutout in Coffee World
  • Filling out the form: Place a Charm in all the slots of the bracelet.
  • Rustic charm: Find all the charms
  • Back to life: Wear a coffee cup amulet to avoid defeat
  • The beautiful things in life: Pet Mayor Setter
  • the other side: Switch between stories once

The Platinum run for Alan Wake 2 will take you between 18 and 27 hours, depending on how efficient you are with collectibles. As you may have noticed, there are many Bronze trophies and only 1 Silver trophy. There are no gold trophies to speak of.

The good news is that you can do it all in a single game. The bad news is that there are a couple of trophies that can be missed: The Koskela brothers and The writer’s trail. This is because you can miss them in the chapters that appear. This is strange because the game is a semi-open world and you can get pretty much all the other collectibles, as long as you get them before you reach the story point right before the climax.

There is 6 commercials from Brother Koskela to see it in total. Commercials only appear for Saga. We don’t know if you need to watch the commercial in its entirety or if the moment you saw it counts. As far as I know, the commercial for Return 1: Invitation may be lost if you decide to leave Bright Falls too soon.

Writer’s Journey videos are Alan’s unique collectible equivalent. Arrive The writer’s trail Bronze trophy, you have to see everything. 8 videos when you find open televisions. As far as we know, there are more than a few errors that you could miss if you just skimmed through the chapters.

Once you have completed the first 5 chapters of the game, you will have the ability to swap stories to advance the story of any of the characters. This is the time when you can unlock the other side Bronze trophy.

Amulets are equippable items that provide benefits to Saga Anderson. They are mainly found after completing the nursery rhyme puzzle locations, of which there are 17 of themand requires you to find 13 dolls of children’s songs to complete. If you manage to find all the dolls, you will unlock the I’ll find you Bronze trophy. Completing all nursery rhyme puzzles will unlock the Change in reality Bronze trophy.

There is 14 unique charms in total but copies of amulets that do the same increase the number to 18. One of them is The beautiful things in life Bronze trophy. You can get this trophy and amulet after petting Mayor Setter. The other amulets are consumable coffee cup amulets that will save you from death but destroy themselves afterwards. You will have to die with one equipped to unlock the Back to life Bronze trophy.

Cult Stash and Lunch Boxes are collectibles that Saga can find throughout the city. There are 43 in total, 22 Cult Stashes and 21 Lunch Boxes. Discovering 1 of each will unlock the secret hiding places Bronze trophy and finding all 43 will unlock the Hidden by the trees trophy. Hideouts are generally worth searching for, as they provide supplies and weapons like the crossbow. Lunchboxes, meanwhile, reward you with Manuscript Fragments that you can use to upgrade Saga weapons.

And my last advice is how to get the Coffee-themed fun Bronze trophy. You can get it at Coffee World, accessible in Return 3: Local Girl. Playing as Saga, you can roam the park looking for a cardboard cutout of Mr. Drippy and his friends. You unlock the trophy by shooting Mr. Dripy or any other cardboard cutout.

And that’s all I have in terms of things you might miss on your way to getting the Platinum trophy for Alan Wake 2. The rest of the trophies are either combat-based or story-related to some degree. You can’t miss them, even if you try. But please don’t tempt fate if it leads to you losing the trophy. Jokes aside, you should be in for a gripping story and an easy Platinum to add to your collection. Have a good time, trophy hunters.

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