Wolfenstein Youngblood Trophy Roadmap
- Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10
- Approximate amount of time to platinum: 40 – 60 hours (Due to large amount of grinding for weapon kills and money)
- Offline Trophies: 59 (0, 1, 5, 53)
- Online Trophies: 2 (1, 0, 0, 1)
- Number of missable trophies: None
- Glitched trophies: Partisan (Fixed with 1.03)
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: Missions can be done on any difficulty
- Minimum Playthroughs: 1
- Free Roam After Story?: All areas can be revisited after finishing the main story, and main missions can be replayed
Welcome to the Wolfenstein Youngblood Trophy Guide! Youngblood is a spinoff of the current main Wolfenstein series where you can play as the twin daughters of BJ Blazkowicz in online coop. The game can also be played solo offline, in which case the co-op partner gets replaced by AI. It retains the same general gameplay as the prior Wolfenstein games, but adds some RPG-esque elements such as leveling and basic skill trees, and because of this the game plays closer to the other recent hybrid FPS/RPG games. It has a similar level/district setup to The New Colossus, with the game not being linear in story progression other than the initial story missions and the final story mission. There are also no difficulty trophies, but the list requires a fair amount of grinding past the point that you’ll have finished everything else in the game.
Step 1: Complete the Story
First step is basically to just complete the story so that you gain access to all areas of the game and can then do all side missions. You can do as little or as much side content as you want while working on the story, but none of it is missable and you can clean up everything else once you’re done.
Step 2: Finish all Side Missions, find all Collectibles (Secrets Collector Skill)
After you finish the main story you gain access to some more side missions, and can go around to each district completing the activities in whichever order you wish as they’re made available to you. For working on collectibles it would be highly advised to unlock the “Secrets Collector” skill under the Mind tree as soon as you are able, as this marks every collectible on the minimap and makes getting them much easier. Do this before you finish all side missions. The side missions will take you back through basically every area again multiple times, so you can combine them with grabbing the collectibles.
Step 3: Clean up Miscellaneous Trophies, grind Weapon Kills and Money
Once you have all side missions completed and have found all collectibles the only remaining thing for you to do will be to clean up various miscellaneous trophies, and the lengthy task of grinding a large number of kills for weapon masteries, far past what you would get through regular play. You also need a very large amount of money to purchase all improved weapon upgrades on top of the kills with each. Once you have finally finished these you will have earned the platinum.
Info about Collectibles and “Secrets Collector” ability
Collectibles for the game all need to be picked up for trophies, and there are a total of 277 across the 6 different categories. They are all tracked in the “Collectibles” tab of the touchpad menu. They are each numbered and divided by area, but they aren’t always in an obvious order per area so you can’t explicitely use the order to find the ones you’ve missed in relation to progression in an area. They do say which area each is in though when they haven’t been picked up and you have been to that area, so they are easy to cleanup.
“Secrets Collecter” is an ability you can buy from the Mind skill tree once you reach level 30 and have purchased the prior skills in the tree. This makes every collectible item appear on the map as the below example:
Collectibles for trophies are marked with the Star icon. Supply Crates which are marked with the Crate icon. Each icon displays regardless of how far away vertically you are from it in the area, and they display an arrow showing whether they are above or below you. This along with the above collectible tracking make cleaning these all up very easy, so a collectible guide is not needed for this game. You will have to go through each area multiple times for side missions, so it would be recommended to buy the “Secrets Collector” ability as soon as you can so you don’t need to run around searching for these after doing all side missions.
Wolfenstein Youngblood Trophy Guide