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Over the past several weeks, fans have been treated to a number of new trailers focusing on various aspects of From Software’s upcoming action-adventure game, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. While the details provided by these videos may have been enough to satiate some players, a recently revealed trophy list provides further information that is certain to pique the interest of others.

As revealed by Reddit user DeftonesBandPSN, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice features 34 trophies on PlayStation 4 — one platinum, four gold, 11 silver, and 18 bronze. While many of these achievements will come as no surprise to those that have been following the development of the title, or are generally familiar with trophies, several offer some new insight into what fans can expect from the game.

Thus, it is important to note that some of these trophies may act as spoilers to those that wish to approach the game without any prior information. With that said, the full list of trophies for Sekiro is as follows:

  • Sekiro (Platinum) – All trophies have been unlocked.
  • Man Without Equal (Gold) – Defeated all bosses
  • Ashina Traveler (Gold) – Traveled to all areas of the game
  • Master of the Prosthetic (Gold) – Upgraded all Prosthetic Tools to their limit
  • Height of Technique (Gold) – Acquired all skills
  • All Prosthetic Tools (Silver) – Acquired all Prosthetic Tools
  • All Ninjutsu Techniques (Silver) – Acquired all Ninjutsu Techniques
  • Peak Physical Strength (Silver) – Upgraded Vitality and Posture to their limit
  • Ultimate Healing Gourd (Silver) – Fully upgraded the “Healing Gourd”
  • Immortal Severance (Silver) – Attained the “Immortal Severance” ending
  • Purification (Silver) – Attained the “Purification” ending
  • Dragon’s Homecoming (Silver) – Attained the “Return” ending
  • Shura (Silver) – Attained the “Shura” ending
  • Sword Saint, Isshin Ashina (Silver) – Defeated “Sword Saint Isshin Ashina”
  • Master of the Arts (Silver) – Grasped the inner mysteries of any combat style
  • Lazuline Upgrade (Silver) – Used Lapis Lazuli to upgrade any tool to its limit
  • Revered Blade (Bronze) – Received the “Kusabimaru” from Kuro
  • Shinobi Prosthetic (Bronze) – Acquired the Shinobi Prosthetic
  • Memorial Mob (Bronze) – Encountered the Memorial Mob
  • Resurrection (Bronze) – Returned from the dead using “Resurrection” for the first time
  • Gyoubu Masataka Oniwa (Bronze) – Defeated “Gyoubu Masataka Oniwa”
  • The Phantom Lady Butterfly (Bronze) – Defeated “Lady Butterfly”
  • Genichiro Ashina (Bronze) – Defeated “Genichiro Ashina”
  • Guardian Ape (Bronze) – Defeated the “Guardian Ape”
  • Guardian Ape Immortality Severed (Bronze) – Used the Mortal Blade to sever the Guardian Ape’s undying
  • Folding Screen Monkeys (Bronze) – Caught the Folding Screen Monkeys
  • Great Shinobi – Owl (Bronze) – Defeated “Great Shinobi – Owl”
  • Father Surpassed (Bronze) – Defeated “Great Shinobi – Owl” at the Hirata Estate
  • Corrupted Monk (Bronze) – Defeated the “Corrupted Monk”
  • Gracious Gift of Tears (Bronze) – Defeated the “Divine Dragon” and obtained the “Divine Dragon’s Tears”
  • Isshin Ashina (Bronze) – Defeated “Isshin Ashina”
  • Demon of Hatred (Bronze) – Defeated the “Demon of Hatred”
  • Great Serpent (Bronze) – Defeated the “Great Serpent”.
  • Great Colored Car (Bronze) – Defeated the “Great Colored Carp”.

Notably, this list potentially functions as confirmation of how many bosses players can plan to encounter in the game, as there are 13 listed here. For comparison, Bloodborne featured 17 bosses in the base game, while the final entry in the Dark Souls series had 19 upon release. Several of the bosses in these previous From Software titles were entirely optional, and that may again be the case in Sekiro.

Furthermore, one of the bosses included on the trophy list may be of particular interest to those already vested in the lore of Sekiro. That is, it seems that Sekiro will turn his sword against the Owl, who has been previously revealed as his mentor, at some point during the game.

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The trophy list also gives some exciting information about the endings that will be available — specifically, it indicates that there will be four of them. The game’s director, Hidetaka Miyazaki, previously confirmed that Sekiro will feature multiple conclusions, but he had not provided an exact number.

As is typical with From Software’s games, this is likely to mean that several full playthroughs will be necessary in order to obtain Sekiro‘s platinum trophy. For fans that really want to master the difficulty of the new title, this fact may indeed be an exciting prospect.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is scheduled to release on March 22, 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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