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Trophy Changes Coming to PlayStation Systems


Sony Interactive Entertainment is bringing a number of Trophy enhancements to the PlayStation ecosystem.

In a blog written by the Director of Product Management Toshimasa Aoki, he mentions that the Trophy level range is being changed from the current “1-100” to “1-999.” This means that players’ Trophy level will automatically be remapped to a new level within this new range, dependent on the Trophies earned to date. As an example, somebody who used to have a Trophy level of 12 now has a level in the low 200’s.

To go along with this, a new Trophies level calculation system that is more optimized and rewarding has also been included. Early levels can be progressed through more quickly, and levels will increase on a more consistent basis. Platinum trophies will also count more toward level progression.

Trophy level icons correspond as follows:

  • Bronze: levels 1-299
  • Silver: levels 300 – 599
  • Gold: levels 600 – 998
  • Platinum: level 999

Finally, Trophies earned on previous PlayStation systems will come with players to the PlayStation 5. These can be seen in past systems, the PS App and My PlayStation.

These updates will be automatically implemented on the system side, starting later tonight in North America and tomorrow in Europe.

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