Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart Trophy Roadmap
- Estimated trophy difficulty: 2/10
- Approximate amount of time to platinum: 10 hours (this rating assumes you watch all cutscenes, it can be done quicker if you skip them)
- Offline Trophies: 47 (1, 3, 7, 36)
- Online Trophies: 0
- Number of missable trophies: 1 – Extinction Event (if you’d intentionally ignore all Grunthors, you could miss this because there aren’t enough left after the story, but the trophy can quickly be farmed by repeatedly killing the first Grunthor). Everything else you can still get after the story in free roam, you can return to all planets.
- Glitched trophies: 0
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: No, can do everything on easiest difficulty.
- Minimum Playthroughs: 1
- Free-Roam / Level Select after Story?: Yes, after the story you can choose “Resume” from Title Screen and it will put you back before the endboss. Then you can still free roam back to all planets, do missing trophies and find missing Collectibles.
- New Game+?: Yes, there is New Game+ called Challenge Mode. It transfers all your inventory, weapons, upgrades, and most of your Collectibles (except Blizon Crystals & Zurpstones).
- Release Date: June 11, 2021
Welcome to the Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart Trophy Guide! R&C Rift Apart is a very easy and quick game to platinum. A pure story playthrough takes around 7 hours including all cutscenes and another 2-3 hours for doing other trophy-related tasks such as Collectibles. There are no difficulty-related trophies and only 1 missable. You don’t even need all Collectibles and don’t need to play through Challenge Mode (New Game+), either. Only buying 2 weapons in Challenge Mode is required. After the 2nd planet you get a spaceship and can fly back to old planets at any time. You can still free roam after the story. The game is set up like an open world, with 9 planets in total.
Step 1: Play through Story (any difficulty) & Get Missable Trophies
Because there are no difficulty-related trophies, you can play on the lowest difficulty if you wish. You can change the difficulty at any time in the game options. You can even skip puzzles from the pause menu, doing so won’t void any trophies. For the first step just focus on finishing the story. After the 2nd planet you unlock a spaceship to revisit old planets at any time. After the story you can resume from the title screen and it will put you back before the last checkpoint, allowing you to still free roam and go back to all planets. You will get most trophies without even trying. So just have fun and get the rest after the story. Only keep the 1 missable trophy in mind!
- Planet 2: Sargasso – you should kill all possible Grunthors (big Dinosaurs) here. You visit this planet multiple times throughout the story. After Planet 7: Cordelion you go back here and new Grunthors spawn. You must kill a total of 5 Grunthors. The easiest method is to farm the first one 5 times, jump into the swamp water after killing it to make it respawn and repeat. See trophy Extinction Event.
For all other Collectibles, it comes down to personal preference whether you want to collect them as you go through each planet or to get them after the story. See Step 2 for a list of Collectibles and how many you need of each type. If you prefer to get everything right away (planet by planet), check out the Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart – Collectibles Guide (All-in-One). If you don’t want to deal with these now, use the links in Step 2 to mop them up after the story.
Step 2: Collectibles & Mop-Up
After the story choose “Resume” from the Title screen on your completed story save. It puts you back before the last checkpoint and you can still free roam to all planets. The game has an open-world structure. Complete any Collectible trophies you have left (click the links for the location guides):
» CraiggerBears (All 9 needed)
» Blizon Crystals (29 of 30 needed)
» Spybots (All 10 needed for RYNO weapon)
» Zurpstones (All 60 needed for a Spybot)
» Glitch Challenges (All 5 needed)
» Gold Bolts (5 of 25 needed)
» Lorbs (3 of 12 needed)
» Armor (3 of 24 needed, 1 of each body part)
After you’re done with that, work on your remaining miscellaneous trophies. The last trophy you’ll be missing is for buying all weapons. The last 2 require starting Challenge Mode.
Step 3: Starting Challenge Mode (New Game+) for last 2 Weapons
From the Title Screen you can start Challenge Mode (New Game+) in a new save slot. You only need to reach the first Ms. Zurkon weapon vendor in the prologue to buy the last 2 weapons from her (they are for free). This is approximately 10 minutes into the game. After buying these weapons you should get the trophy Fully Stacked for having all 20 weapons and with that the platinum. No need to beat Challenge Mode.
Useful Tips, Tricks and Guides:
- Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart – Collectibles Guide (All-in-One)
- Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart – All CraiggerBear Locations
- Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart – All Blizon Crystal Locations
- Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart – All Gold Bolt Locations
- Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart – All Spybot Locations
- Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart – All Lorb Locations
- Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart – All Armor Locations
- Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart – All Glitch Challenge Locations
- Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart – All Zurpstone Locations
- Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart- All Weapon Locations
- Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart- All Armor Sets Showcase & Effects
- Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart – How to Get Unreachable Zurpstones in the Air
- Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart – How to Get RYNO Weapon (Best Weapon)
Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart Trophy Guide
|Masters of the Multiverse
Collect All Trophies
|Earn all other trophies in Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart to unlock Platinum (DLC items not required).|
Get Separated in Nefarious City
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after the Prologue when you reach the market area of the 1st planet Corson V.|
|Hide ‘N Seekerpede
Defeat the Seekerpede
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after completing the boss at the end of the 2nd planet Sargasso.|
Complete a Battleplex Challenge
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after completing the first combat challenge on the 3rd planet Scarstu Debris Field.|
|Can’t Stop Me
Complete a Gold Cup Battleplex Challenge
Gold Challenges become available only after finishing the 9th (last) planet Viceron. Then the story makes you return to the Battleplex arena on the 3rd planet Scarstu Debris Field. Here you can now play any Challenges you have left, including Gold Challenges. You can play on the easiest difficulty for this (can change difficulty anytime in game settings). It helps to have fully upgraded your favorite weapons so they deal more damage and have more ammo. If you run out of ammo, remember you can throw your melee weapon with + . Overall this is quite easy, you just need to defeat some waves of enemies.
|Hey Lombax DJ
Play Three Songs on Zurkie’s Jukebox
Zurkie’s Jukebox is found on the 3rd planet Scarstu Debris Field, inside the bar. You automatically go to the bar for story purposes, it’s a very tiny planet that consists of only a landing site, a weapon vendor, and then the bar itself. In the corner of the bar, left of where you sign up for the arena, is a jukebox. You must walk up to it and press to change the song. Then quite out of the song menu, interact with it again and change to the next song until the trophy pops.
There are actually two prompts here, one for dancing when standing a few steps away from the jukebox, and one for changing the song when standing very close to it. Dancing doesn’t do anything here for the trophy, you have to do the interaction that changes the song.
|This Crystal Is My Things
Acquire Phase Quartz
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks on the 5th planet Blizar Prime after finishing the main objectives on the planet.|
|Don’t You Walk Away From Me
Reach the Archives
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks on the 4th planet Savali when you reach the big walking robot called “The Archives”.|
Set Juice Free
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks on the 7th planet Cordelion near the end of it after setting Juice free in the forge area.|
|Emotional Support Robot
Meet the Fixer
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks on the 6th planet Torren IV after finishing the main objectives on the planet.|
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks on the 8th planet Ardolis after finishing the main objectives on the planet.|
|Return to Sender
Sink the Mothership on Sargasso
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks on your 2nd story visit to the 2nd planet Sargasso after shooting down the Mothership. The story makes you go back here after finishing planets 3 – 7.|
|No Bones About It
Retrieve the Dimensional Map
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after your 2nd story visit to the 4th planet Savali. The story makes you go back here after finishing the 8th planet Ardolis.|
|I’m the Warden Now
Break In and Out of Prison
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after leaving the 9th planet Viceron after finishing the main objectives on the planet.|
|2 Fuzz 2 Nefarious
Defeat Doctor and Emperor Nefarious
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks after completing the story.|
|More Than Lint
Enter a Hidden Pocket Dimension
|Pocket Dimensions are marked with a purple shard icon on the map when you go near them. They are purple portals. You only need to enter one of these and there are lots throughout the game, so this should happen naturally without worrying about it.
Here’s a location early on, in Corson V during the main objective “Find the Phantom at Club Nefarious”.
Acquire a Piece of Armor
|See trophy “Does This Make My Tail Look Big?”.|
|Does This Make My Tail Look Big?
Acquire and Equip Head, Torso, and Leg Armor
|Armor Pieces are mostly found inside Pocket Dimensions (purple portals), some are rewards from side quests, some are rewards for the Battleplex Challenges on 3rd planet Scarstu Debris Field, and some are hidden in the world. For this trophy you only need any one head, one torso, one leg armor. They don’t even need to be part of the same armor set, any will do! You should find enough armor pieces naturally without even trying. The most straightforward option would be to beat all Battleplex Challenges on the 3rd planet which give you at least one piece for each body part, but some Challenges are locked till the end of the game.
For all armor locations, follow the Armor guide below:
Collect a Gold Bolt
|See trophy “Nooks and Crannies”.|
|Nooks and Crannies
Collect Five Gold Bolts
|Gold Bolts are a type of Collectible hidden around the game world. There are 25 of them but you only need 5 for trophy purposes (meaning you can skip 20 of them).
See the location guide below:
Repair a Dimensional Anomaly
|Automatic story-related trophy, cannot be missed. Unlocks on the 2nd planet Sargasso, after the part where you play as Clank to fix the purple anomaly. You can even pause the game and choose “Skip Puzzle” and will still earn the trophy.|
|They Blow Up So Fast
Get a Weapon to Level Five
|You increase the weapon level by hitting enemies with it. The starting weapon “Blast Pistol” is easy to level up because it has a lot of ammo and is available from the start. If you keep using the same weapon this should be among the first few trophies you unlock.|
|There’s Even a Cupholder
Fully Upgrade a Weapon
|First you must play the story a little bit until you unlock weapon upgrades from Mrs. Zurkon (weapon vendor), which is a main story objective. After this you can buy more upgrades from Mrs. Zurkon, she shows up at many locations throughout the game.
Upgrades cost Raritanium, which are blue crystals marked on the map and they are also dropped by a few strong enemies. There are tons more than what you need for this trophy, just remember to smash these blue crystals when you see them.
You must also have reached Level 5 with a weapon before you can buy all upgrades. The reason is that each Weapon Level makes new upgrades available for purchase. Only at Weapon Level 5 you will have all upgrades available for purchase! You gain weapon levels by simply hitting enemies with a weapon.
The easiest option is the starting weapon called Blast Pistol. It’s quick to level up and has fewer upgrades than other weapons. You need a total of 31 Raritanium to fully upgrade it.
This is what the fully upgraded weapon looks like:
If you’d like your Raritanium back, save up 31 of these, buy all upgrades for the Blast Pistol in one go, close the game after the trophy pops so it doesn’t have time to save. When you re-enter the game it puts you at the last checkpoint and you get your Raritanium back, then you can redistribute it on upgrades you like.
Fill a Weapon Wheel
|This unlocks when you have a total of 8 weapons. Weapon Wheel means the weapon select menu when you hold (the menu is circular like a wheel).
On your way to buying all weapons for Fully Stacked you will earn this automatically, so don’t even worry about this.
Purchase All Weapons
|All Weapons are bought from the weapon vendor called Ms. Zurkon. You find her on every planet. Over the course of the story she automatically has new weapons available. By the end of the story she will have all weapons for sale, except the RYNO which requires finding all 10 Spybots, and two weapons BOUNCER & PIXELIZER that are exclusive to Challenge Mode (New Game+).
Weapons are bought with the game’s currency “bolts”, which are dropped by enemies, from breaking boxes, and from winning Battleplex Challenges on Planet 3: Scarstu Debris Field. You should get enough bolts to buy everything in a single playthrough. If you end up missing some bolts, you can either keep grinding the Battleplex Challenges or start playing New Game+ (called Challenge Mode). In Challenge Mode the enemies drop a lot more bolts.
Also note that weapons change their name when you reach level 5 with them. The below Weapons list uses the regular name, what the weapon is called when you first buy it.
For the trophy it’s NOT needed to level up the weapons / no need to reach level 5 with them! The base version will do. It’s also NOT needed to buy any weapon upgrades that cost Raritanium Shards.
After you have 20 Weapon Slots filled in your Weapon Wheel, the trophy will unlock.
|Glitch, Uh, Finds a Way
Complete All Glitch Challenges
|Glitch Challenges are a type of Collectible hidden around the game world. There are 5 of them, all are needed for trophy purposes. They are the minigames where you play as a spider bot and must shoot some viruses. You don’t need to actually play them, it’s okay to pause the game and use the “Skip Puzzle” option.
See the location guide below:
Hit Every Blizon Crystal on Blizar and Cordelion
|Note: Even though there are 30 Blizon Crystals, only 29 are needed to pop the trophy since patch v1.001.002 (prior to this it popped after the 30th Crystal). So you are allowed to miss one of them if you download the latest patch.
For this trophy you need only 29 of 30 Blizon Crystals, not “every Blizon Crystal” as the trophy says. They are exclusively found on Planet 5: Blizar Prime & Planet 7: Cordelion. Until you get to these planets you don’t have to worry about this. They are purple glowing crystals that when hit will make you switch to a different dimension. Hitting them is frequently needed to advance the story on these planets. Most of them are actually automatic for story purposes, but a few are in side areas.
Bounce on Big Al, Clank, and Qwark’s Parade Balloons
Big Al: You automatically bounce on Big Al’s balloon during the Prologue (tutorial section), so this is automatic from the story, no way around it.
Clank & Qwark: Clank’s & Qwark’s balloons are found in a hidden Pocket Dimension in the northeast of Corson V. It’s after earning the first story trophy where you get separated in Nefarious City. During the main objective “Find the Phantom at Club Nefarious”.
Here’s the location:
Find the Nefarious Citizens by the Hot Springs
This is done on the 4th planet Savali. Near the center of the map, just a few meters/yards south of the Ms. Zurkon weapon vendor is a hot spring with some robots bathing in it and some robots sitting in the sun beds above the hots pring. Just go near the robots in the sun beds and the trophy will unlock.
Here is the exact location:
|Lombax and Chill
Turn on the TV in Rivet’s Hideout
This can be done in the world where you first play as Rivet (the female Lombax), the world called “Sargasso – Outpost L51”. After defeating the boss called Seekerpede at the end of this world, you can backtrack to Rivet’s Hideout and interact with the TV.
The first time you enter the hideout you can’t do it right away, because a cutscene will play that triggers the Seekerpede boss fight. Only after the boss you can go back and interact with the TV.
|Alert the Sponsors
Perform Five Trick Jumps on a Grind Rail
A good place is on the 6th planet Torren IV, there the story forces you to do a very long rail grind, can’t miss it. You can still return to this rail grind later at any time.
Simply do 5 double jumps while on the rail grind. Each of these will make you do a flip in the air which counts as a “Trick Jump”.
Melee Five Frozen Enemies
|First you must buy the weapon “Cold Snap”. It freezes enemies. Then you can attack with to smash them to pieces while they’re still frozen.
An easy way to get this guaranteed is by playing the Battleplex Silver Challenge “Freezer Pop”, which forces you to destroy 25 frozen enemies with melee attacks. You start Battleplex Challenges at Zurkie’s Bar on the 3rd planet Scarstu Debris Field.
|No Need for Multiball
Kill Two Enemies With a Single Ricochet Round
First you must buy the weapon “Ricochet”. It can be bought from Ms. Zurkon, costs 6,500 Bolts, becomes available in the region Sargasso – Outpost L51.
This weapon shoots a returning projectile that comes back to you, similar to a boomerang. You can easily kill 2 of the purple toad enemies in one hit, these are also found frequently throughout Sargasso – Outpost L51. They appear in large groups so it’s always easy to hit 2.
Aim next to a group of toad enemies and shoot the Ricochet. Now walk in front of the toads and when the projectile comes back it will hit the toads from behind and kills them. Basically, you don’t want to shoot them from the front, but from behind with the returning projectile. There are lots of toad groups around the island in the center and southwest of this region.
Kill 10 Enemies by Returning Shots with the Void Reactor
First you must buy the weapon called “Void Repulser”. It can be bought from Ms. Zukron, costs 17,500, becomes available at the end of Planet 4: Savali.
Now you must level up the Void Repulser to Level 5 by hitting enemies with it. At Level 5 it turns into the “Void Reactor” (weapon name changes).
With the Void Reactor hold to create a shield and collect bullets that enemies shoot at you. When done correctly the shield will turn purple and you will see glowing purple dots on the right side that indicate how many bullets it has collected. When the shield is purple press to shoot back the bullets at enemies. Make sure you have plenty of distance between you and the enemy so they actually get killed by the bullets and not by the shield’s blast! These bullets aren’t homing in on enemies, they will fly in a straight line – so make sure your reticle is centered at the enemy and only shoot at enemies that are standing still.
This can quickly be farmed in the 1st Bronze Battleplex Challenge “Welcoming Committee”. Defeat the enemies in the 1st wave, then in the 2nd wave some pirates spawn that shoot slow projectiles at you. Defeat them using the returning shots, finish the remaining waves, and repeat the challenge again until you have the trophy.
It’s best not to buy any upgrades (the ones that cost Raritanium) for the Void Repulser / Void Reactor, because it can increase the Shield’s blast radius so far that the blast kills the enemies and not the projectiles! You can still do it if fully upgraded, but the enemies will need to be much further away at the opposite end of the arena.
Get 20 Headshots with the Headhunter
|First you must buy the weapon “Headhunter”. It’s a sniper rifle that can be bought from Ms. Zurkon, costs 40,000, becomes available after beating the first 8 planets (near the end of the game).
Simply defeat 20 enemies total with headshots. An easy way to farm this is by replaying the Gold Battleplex Challenge “A Good Time to Zoom”. Here you must take out waves of enemies using only the Headhunter weapon and they are easy targets for headshots.
|Life of the Party
Deploy 50 Mr. Fungis
|First you must buy the weapon “Mr. Fungi”. It can be bought from Ms. Zurkon, costs 3,000 Bolts, becomes available in the region Corson V – Nefarious City.
By default it can hold 3 ammo and each shot spawns a mushroom that follows you around and shoots enemies automatically. Simply shoot 50 of these (i.e. use up 50 Mr. Fungi ammo). It doesn’t need to hit anyone, you just need to empty the ammo. Do it constantly when you have some ammo for it even if there are no enemies around. You find new ammo mostly from boxes.
Defeat 30 Enemies While They are Topiary’d
|First you must buy the weapon “Topiary Sprinkler”. It can be bought from Ms. Zurkon, costs 4,000 Bolts, becomes available in the region Sargasso – Outpost L51.
Each shot creates an automatic turret that sprays liquid at enemies. Enemies hit by this will turn green. You must kill 30 enemies while they are under this effect (while they are green). You can of course use other weapons to finish off the enemies, because the Topiary Sprinkler itself only applies a status effect and doesn’t do damage. The enemy just has to be affected by the Topiary Sprinkler when you deal the killing blow.
|It’s So Fluffy!
Find a CraiggerBear
|See trophy “UnBEARably Awesome”.|
Find all CraiggerBears
|CraiggerBears are a type of Collectible hidden around the game world. There are 9 in total (1 per planet). All of them are required for the trophy.
See the location guide below:
Kill Five Grunthors
*MISSABLE* – This is technically missable, but you’d really have to go out of your way and intentionally run past all Grunthors to miss it (in other words: don’t really worry about it, there’s a 99% chance you get this automatically without even trying). The reason it’s missable is that you don’t necessarily have to kill 5 Grunthors for story purposes (also, the Grunthor boss from 5th Battleplex Bronze Challenge doesn’t count). Then after the story in free roam there aren’t enough of them left and they also stop respawning after the story. Just always kill the Grunthors when you see them (big dinosaurs, very easy to spot).
Grunthors are big dinosaurs, exclusively found on Planet 2: Sargasso. There are more than 5 of them and their spawns will change at certain story progress. During your first visit to the planet they will have different locations than during your 2nd story visit (you go back there after finishing the first 7 planets). There are also extra spawns during this planet’s side quest (collecting Zurpstones for Trudi) and the spawns change again after the story.
Here’s what a Grunthor looks like:
Grunthor #1 – Available during your 1st visit to this planet (no longer there after the story). This one is optional and could be missed. If you want to make it really easy you can farm the same one here 5 times. Kill it, then jump in the swamp water to kill yourself, then you respawn and the Grunthor is back. Repeat until trophy pops.
Grunthor #2 – Available during your 1st visit to this planet (unmissable, it’s a mandatory story objective to kill this one).
Grunthor #3 – Available during your 1st visit to this planet (unmissable, after repairing the bridge you will encounter this one automatically).
Grunthor #4 – Available only during Side Quest “Help Trudi”, when you have to collect Zurpstones. This Side Quest becomes available after finishing Planet 3: Scarstu Debris Field. Then you can return to the 2nd planet at any time to accept the side quest (still possible after the story). The Grunthor spawns near a bunch of Zurpstones. This one is optional and missable, doesn’t respawn and could be missed if you don’t kill it.
Grunthor #5 – After finishing the first 7 planets the story makes you return to the pub on Planet 3: Scarstu Debris Field. After this the story brings you back to Planet 2: Sargasso. This changes the Grunthor spawns. This is one of the new ones. You can get it either during your 2nd visit or any time thereafter (still there after the story but doesn’t respawn once killed).
There are some additional spawns, a Grunthor also spawns on your 2nd story visit where #1 was. Do keep in mind that the skeleton Grunthor from the 5th Bronze Battleplex Challenge “A Grunthor Named Sue” doesn’t count (so you can’t farm that one unfortunately).
The trophy progress does carry over into Challenge Mode (New Game+) so if you did miss the trophy you can kill the first few there again and it should pop.
|Just Stay Down
Defeat 30 Ejected Nefarious Trooper Heads
|This should unlock naturally over the course of the story, most likely at some point during the last (9th) planet Viceron. You have to defeat plenty of Troopers as part of the story and sometimes they eject their head which keeps attacking you.
This is what a Trooper looks like BEFORE ejecting its head:
This is what the head looks like AFTER being ejected:
Defeat a total of 30 of these. It only counts after you destroy a normal Trooper and then its ejected head. It doesn’t count the Trooper Heads that spawn as is (without ejecting from the bigger enemy first). Unfortunately, there is no trophy tracker for this and no way to know how many you got. If you still don’t have the trophy after the story, you can farm more kills by replaying the Battleplex Silver Challenge “Ka-boomstick Blast (Defeat Four Waves of Enemies using the Warmonger)” which spawns many of these enemies. Try attacking their lower bodies.
|Must Go Faster
Do a Trick Jump While Going at Max Speed with the Hoverboots
You get the Hoverboots automatically from story progression. They are found on the 4th Planet “Savali”, can’t miss them.
After the story forces you to pick them up they will automatically be equipped. You must now hold to use the Hoverboots and repeatedly press to speed up. Once you’re at full speed (air stream around you), press to jump and again to do an airflip. This should happen through natural gameplay without even trying.
|Planning Some Destruction
Collect a Spybot
|See trophy “Aim to Misbehave” below.|
|Aim to Misbehave
Acquire the RYNO
|The RYNO weapon is a reward for finding all 10 Spybots. These are a type of Collectible. Each Spybot gives you a part of the blueprint for the RYNO weapon. After you found all 10 Spybots you can buy the RYNO from the Ms. Zurkon weapon vendor for free on any planet.
See the location guide below:
Collect 10 Zurpstones for Trudi
This is unlocked from completing the side quest “Help Trudi (Optional)” in Sargasso (2nd planet). That’s the planet where you play as Rivet for the first time.
The side quest only unlocks after completing the 3rd planet “Scarstu Debris Field”. It’s not available on the first visit! After the 3rd planet you can return here with your spaceship and the side quest marker will be on the map automatically.
This is where the quest starts:
All you need to do is collect 15 Zurpstones from purple flowers in the side quest area. Then return to the quest giver and the trophy will unlock.
|Sweet, Sweet Victory
Collect Honey for Chef Tulio
This is unlocked from completing the side quest “Find the Missing Chef (Optional)” in Blizar Prime (5th planet).
You will find Chef Tulio as part of this side quest. Then she wants you to defend her honey machine from enemies. Defeat all waves of enemies and return to Chef Tulio to get the trophy.
This is where the quest starts:
|Might’ve Broken Something
Collect Three Lorbs
|Lorbs can be found only on the 4th planet “Savali”. They are located at Lombax shrines throughout this planet. Just picking up 3 isn’t enough to make the trophy unlock. You must also accept the side quest called “Hunt for Lombax Lore (Optional)”. This is also found on Savali and is marked on the map (in the middle of Savali). If you already found 3 Lorbs beforehand, the trophy will pop as soon as you talk to the quest giver.|
- Patch v1.001.002 makes “Shifty Character” pop with only 29 of 30 Blizon Crystals (before this all 30 were needed).