Nioh 2 has a total of 56 Trophies (1 Platinum, 2 Gold, 5 Silver, 48 Bronze for a total of 1230 points). Below you can find the full Nioh 2 trophy list.
Nioh 2 Trophies
You Are Nioh
Obtained all trophies.
Samurai of Legend
Completed all missions on any difficulty level. (Does not include training missions.)
The Beginning of a Samurai
Reached level 10.
Reached Level 100.
Dawn of a Dream
An Electrifying Triumph
Defeated Imagawa Yoshimoto and was made a samurai.
Decided to share a name with Tokichiro.
The Paths We Tread
Parted ways with Tokichiro.
Mother and Child
Reunited with your mother in the Interim.
What is Written
Fulfilled your ultimate destiny.
Dream Within a Dream
Saw Tokichiro off on his final departure.
A Weapon’s Mind
Listened to the innermost thoughts of a Yokai Weapon.
Acquired mystic art for the sword.
Dual Sword Master
Acquired mystic art for the dual swords.
Acquired mystic art for the spear.
Acquired mystic art for the axe.
Acquired mystic art for the kusarigama.
Acquired mystic art for the odachi.
Acquired mystic art for the tonfa.
Acquired mystic art for the hatchets.
Acquired mystic art for the switchglaive.
Acquired mystic art for Ninjutsu.
Onmyo Magic Master
Acquired mystic art for Onmyo Magic.
Used the Brute, Feral, and Phantom Burst Counters five times each to counter a Burst Attack.
Match Made in Heaven
Performed a Soul Match.
Forged an item.
Remodeled a piece of equipment.
Appraised your tea utensils 50 times.
Lover of Letters
Displayed a calligraphy scroll in your hut.
Used to Kodama Bazaar.
Completed 10 missions with NPCs or as Expeditions with other users. (Does not include Acolytes.)
Summoned an Acolyted from the Benevolted Grave 10 times.
Completed your first Twilight mission.
Bathed in first hot spring.
Bathed in every hot spring.
Yokai Quelling Master
Defeated all types of yokai.
Collected all Kodama.
Friend of Guardians
Collected all Guardian Spirits.
Exchanged gifts with a Sudama for the first time.
Obtained your first Soul Core.
Friend to the Kodama
Obtained a Kodama’s Soul Core.
Obtained all Soul Cores.
Fuse It or Lose It
Fused any Soul Core until it reached rank 9.
Discovered 10 hidden items on the map.
Let There Be Light
Dispelled every instance of the Dark Realm in the main missions.
Defeated Mezuki and Gozuki in the same mission.
Became Ryunojo the Dung Lover’s best friend.
Encountered all the Usara-Hicho in “The Frenzied Blaze”.
Destroyed every Amrita shard in “The High-spirited Demon”.
Defeated the boss of “The Viper’s Sanctum” without breaking the statue of Shirohami.
Defeated each of the Seven Spears in “Cherry Blossom Viewing in Daigo”.
Drove back every Tatarimokke along the journey in “A Way Out”.
Defeated Gozuki in “The Village of Cursed Blossoms”.
Got Gyuki to attack the dam in “Pervading Waters”.
Peal of Ten Thousand Balls
Rang all the bells in “Ruin Draws Near”.
One thing that stands out is that there are no difficulty-related or missable trophies and you will only need 1 playthrough. The hidden trophies are mostly story-related, either automatic unlocks or tied to doing specific actions within certain missions. With Nioh 2’s function to summon AI-controlled corpses of fallen players to help you in battle, this looks like a very manageable list for those familiar with the first Nioh game. The trophies are very straightforward. There are hot springs and kodama you must locate (collectibles) and unlock a mystic art for each weapon (by using it in combat to increase proficiency). The rest is largely story-related with some things tied to game progression that will come naturally. Topped off with some miscellaneous trophies, such as using Burst Counters, this looks like a very enjoyable list indeed!
What are your thoughts on the Nioh 2 trophy list? Are you excited for the game and going for the Platinum? Check out the full Nioh 2 Trophy Guide & Roadmap for all trophy solutions.