Redout 2 Trophy Roadmap
- Estimated trophy difficulty: 8/10
- Approximate amount of time to platinum: 60-75+ Hours (highly skill dependent)
- Offline Trophies: 44 (1, 6, 37)
- Online Trophies: 9 (1, 2, 6)
- Total Trophies: 53 (1, 1, 8, 43)
- Number of missable trophies: 0
- Glitched trophies: 1: Fashion Racer – not obtainable in base game, requires DLC
- Does difficulty affect trophies?: No, can play on any game difficulty and adjust assisted controls to your liking
- Minimum Playthroughs: 1 Career (though likely multiple attempts on many events), 50 Online Wins
- PS4/PS5 Autopop & Save Transfer: No Save Transfer or Autopop
- PS4/PS5 Crossbuy: Yes
- Release Date: June 16, 2022
Welcome to the Redout 2 Trophy Guide! A love letter to anti-grav racing games like WipEout and F Zero, Redout 2 is an extremely fast paced anti-grav racer. Unlike the aforementioned games however, Redout 2 is a cross between arcade and simulation, with many different racing mechanics that you will need to master in order to complete this.
Fortunately the game comes with a wide array of Control Assists and difficulties that will allow anyone to learn the game, but few to master it. These Control Assists are very useful in the beginning to learn the game, but as you play it is recommended that you try and lower these Control Assists as much as you can while still being able to race comfortably, as having high Control Assists will make completing certain requirements harder.
The majority of the platinum is tied to Career mode, which is extremely long for a racing game, with over 350 events that take 50+ hours to complete (for comparison WipEout Omega Collection has only 227 events across 3 different campaigns). You will need to get a gold medal on many of the events, as well as acquire the bonus trophy (optional objective) on every single event. The game also has Online mode, on which you will need to win 50 races.
Some trophies may not pop immediately, in which case completing another event should unlock the trophy.
Glitch Note: In order to get Fashion Racer , you will need one of the DLC packs – Summer Pack (currently available) and Winter Pack (not yet available). Obtaining all cosmetic parts in the base game will not count for this so you will need to unlock some in the DLC to unlock the trophy.
Step 1: Complete the Career, work towards Bonus Trophies
Play through the Career, through the 4 different Leagues. When you start out, you may want to utilize the Control Assists to learn the game, but as you play it is recommended that you adjust these lower until you are comfortable racing with lower assists (I kept mine around 15%). This is because having higher assists will make it difficult to get really fast times on Time Attacks/Speed Events as the game overcompensates with assists. That being said, Flight Assists are very beneficial as it isn’t always clear where you need to land when doing certain jumps, and these will help with that considerably.
While playing through Career, you will unlock different chassis and vehicle modifications. The chassis will have different strengths and weaknesses, and it is recommended finding a few chassis you are comfortable using. I personally found Akhal-Tech and Sulha to be the best chassis to use overall, but you may prefer different chassis. You will also want to constantly upgrade your modifications to your preference. You will also unlock new trials occasionally, which are recommended to do as these are effectively further tutorials on the game mechanics.
Every event in Career will have a bonus trophy you can achieve, which are done by completing an optional objective. You will eventually need all of these, so it is recommended to attempt to achieve as many of these as you play to avoid clean up later on. You will also need all modules and aesthetic modifications, so try and achieve these where you can.
Step 2: Career Cleanup
Once you have completed the Career, you will likely have a lot to clean up. You will need to get all bonus trophies, chassis, modules and aesthetic modifications, which will require getting the majority of the stars available. You will also need to achieve 10 platinum medals across Time Attacks and Speed Events.
All of this will require mastering the different tracks at different speeds to achieve. Hopefully by this point you will be well versed with the controls and tracks and can work towards them all. This will be the hardest part of the platinum and is a serious investment.
Step 3: Online
Lastly, there is the Online mode. You will need to win 50 races, which can be done either in public lobbies or by boosting in private lobbies. There are several other trophies that you can work towards while getting these wins.
Redout 2 Trophy Guide
Obtain all other trophies
|Earn all other trophies in Redout 2 to unlock Platinum (DLC not required).|
Complete the Career
|In order to unlock this, you must complete the final event in the SRRL Invitational, Mille Rediglia. You will need to get 204 Stars in SRRL Invitational to unlock it. This event is a series of three 3-lap boss races, each between 15-20 minutes long.|
Complete all career events
|You will need to get at least a bronze trophy/third place on every event in career to unlock this. You can work on this as you play through the career, or you can come back to skipped events once you’ve completed the career and use better vehicle mods to accomplish them easier.|
|Rookie No More
Complete the Redout Academy subset
|This will be your initial tutorial for the game, and you must complete these four events before you can do any other content. These events will teach you the basics of cornering, pitching and boosting.
|Rookie No-No More
Complete the Redout Advanced Academy subset
|In order to unlock these trials, you must get at least 1 star on the event Fuji Sunday Race in the B League. These events will teach you about flight and the rewind ability, the latter of which is extremely useful when working towards many of the bonus trophies.
|EZ game EZ life
Complete the class B trials subset
|In order to unlock these trials, you must get at least 1 star on the event Fuji Battle Reverse in the B League. These events will teach you about your ship power, as well as the advanced mechanics of boosting.
|Had to sweat a bit
Complete the class A trials subset
|In order to unlock these trials, you must get at least 1 star on the event Magna Course in the B League. These events will teach you about ship handling, as well as how to approach both wide and tight corners.
Complete the class S trials subset
|In order to unlock these trials, you must get at least 1 star on the event Trustlance Last Man Duel in the B League. These events will teach you the advanced mechanics of cornering, as well as the various track conditions and how they affect your vehicle.
Complete the SRRL trials subset
|In order to unlock these trials, you must get at least 1 star on the event Akhal-Tech True Test Series in the A League. These events will teach you advanced mechanics of flight, how gravity affects your vehicle and detaching your vehicle to perform extra jumps.
|Enter the Speed Gauntlet
Advance into Class B
|In order to advance to Class B, you must complete the Class B Promotion Contest in Trials.|
Advance into Class A
|In order to advance to Class A, you must complete the Class A Promotion Contest in B League. You will need 136 Stars in B League to unlock this.|
|All Power to Engines!
Advance into Class S
|In order to advance to Class S, you must complete the Class S Promotion Contest in A League. You will need 429 Stars in A League to unlock this.|
|This is to go, even Further Beyond!
Advance into SRRL league
|In order to advance into the SRRL League, you must complete The Golden Ticket in S League. You will need 210 Stars to unlock this.|
|Put it on a shelf
Collect your first bonus trophy
|See I, need, more, shelves! .|
|I, need, more, shelves!
Collect all bonus trophies
|Bonus trophies are optional tasks you can complete in every event. Many of these can be gotten without trying (especially if you have the game difficulty set to Zero or Chill), but some you will need to go out of your way to achieve. In particular, winning Time Attacks with X second lead and qualifying in 1st position for some races are the hardest ones, as these require the most knowledge of tracks and racing cleanly in order to achieve them. Below is a list of all types of bonus trophies, as well as an explanation of how to achieve them:
Beat a dev time in any map
|See Better than half the studio… .|
|Better than half the studio…
Beat a lot of dev times
|Every Time Attack and Speed event in the career will have hidden platinum times/scores that you can achieve. These are usually a decent way ahead of the gold time/score, so they will require a very solid performance to achieve. These are best done after completing the career, as you will be very experienced with the game by that point, as well as know all the tracks. Utilizing higher-tier vehicle modifications is a good way to achieve these, especially by using higher-tier Propulsors to increase your Thrust and Top Speed. Unfortunately, there are currently no high scores or ghosts to view, so with the platinum requirements being hidden until you reach them, you will simply need to keep trying until you reach the requirement.
Some of these platinum medals may be automatically achieved while completing bonus trophies on Time Attack events (yet to be confirmed).
If you are struggling to achieve these, you may need to adjust your Assist Controls if you have been utilizing them. Assist Controls are beneficial when learning the game, but having them up too high will limit how quickly and cleanly you can race and will prove detrimental when trying to achieve platinum medals.
Below are the platinum medals I was able to achieve and the scores/times required:
There is an exploit you can utilize on certain Speed events, where if you find a section of the track you can fly off and respawn back there, you can repeatedly fly off a far distance to maximize points. This won’t work in many locations that you can fall off as you will either hit an invisible wall too quickly which will make it inefficient, you will be going the wrong direction which gives you 0 points regardless of speed, or simply will respawn you too far forward to constantly repeat this method. Below are the tracks I was able to utilize this exploit on:
|Walked like an Egyptian
Complete an event on every Cairo track
|Simply complete any event in Career or Arcade on each of the three Cairo tracks:
|Ride in the rising sun
Complete an event on every Fuji track
|Simply complete any event in Career or Arcade on each of the three Fuji tracks:
Complete an event on every Mars Memorial track
|Simply complete any event in Career or Arcade on each of the three Mars Memorial tracks:
|Over the clouds
Complete an event on every Cloud Ocean track
|Simply complete any event in Career or Arcade on each of the three Cloud Ocean tracks:
|To the core
Complete an event on every Tartarus Mines track
|Simply complete any event in Career or Arcade on each of the three Tartarus Mines tracks:
|Under the sea, under the sea
Complete an event on every Mariana Trench track
|Simply complete any event in Career or Arcade on each of the three Mariana Trench tracks:
|To infinity and gravity!
Complete an event on every Black Hole track
|Simply complete any event in Career or Arcade on each of the three Black Hole tracks:
|One giant drive for mankind
Complete an event on every Genesis track
|Simply complete any event in Career or Arcade on each of the three Genesis tracks:
|Under the neon lights
Complete an event on every Neo Tokyo track
|Simply complete any event in Career or Arcade on each of the three Neo Tokyo tracks:
Win a multiplayer race
|See New pro in town! .|
|New pro in town!
Win 50 multiplayer races
|This can be done in either public or private lobbies. The game is pretty dead, so it may prove difficult doing this legitimately in public lobbies.
Instead, you can choose to boost this with another account. By pressing you can create a party, and then start either a private or public lobby. Starting a private lobby will allow you to select which track you race on, so you can repeatedly do the shortest tracks to make this faster. The fastest tracks are either Neo Calima (Cairo) or Voyager (Black Hole). Unfortunately there is no way to adjust the event type or laps when playing online, so you will always have to race 3 laps. Fortunately however there is no timeout period, so if you were to self-boost this, you can leave the second account completely untouched without it disconnecting.
If you are unable to boost or choose not to, you may find long wait times while trying to find lobbies. Having Career experience before doing this is recommended, as you cannot use Rewind online so without knowledge of race tracks you will likely fall off the harder tracks constantly.
|First step into a larger world
Enter a multiplayer race
|See New pro in town! .|
Enter 50 multiplayer races
|See New pro in town! .|
|Better luck next time
Finish last in a multiplayer race
|Simply finish last in any multiplayer race. Races will end 20 seconds after someone finishes, so if you just idle you will get this automatically. There is no timeout period, so you can safely idle this.|
|It’s like a party!
Join a match with a friend
|See Everything is better with friends .|
|Everything is better with friends
Complete 10 races with friends
|In order to race with friends, you will need to form a party by pressing and inviting someone. Now simply race 10 times, either in private or public lobbies, to achieve this.|
|Eat dust my friend
Overtake 100 human players
|You will need to overtake players 100 times in online races. If doing this normally, you can race alongside someone and slow down every time you overtake them, and repeat until you eventually achieve this. The easier method however is to simply boost it. Simply drive ahead of your friend and then reverse behind them and repeat this 100 times to get all your overtakes in a few minutes.|
|A Cheese Grater to the Face
No assists? Are you sure?
|This will require you to grind against walls or the ground 20 times in a single race. This will likely come naturally while learning tracks, but if not you can intentionally grind against walls until it pops. If you have high Assist Controls you may find it hard to do this, so disable them if needed.|
|Almost broke the game
Reach 2500 kph (1553 mph)
|This will likely come naturally, as with the highest tier vehicle modifications you will likely hit these speeds while combining boosts. Maximize your Thrust and Top Speed stats, then combine boost, hyperboost, boost pads and long jumps to hit these speeds.|
Fly for 1000 km (621 miles)
|This will come naturally, as you will fly several km every event that has jumps. You will likely have this before finishing the B League.|
|Increasing your Power Level
Unlock your first module
|See B-asic! .|
|Try them all
Unlock every chassis
|Vehicle chassis are the different teams you can unlock through the career, each one with different strengths and weaknesses. These are unlocked by getting enough stars on certain events throughout the Trials, B League and A League.
Unlock every class B module
|B class modules are the lowest tier (green) of vehicle modifications that will improve its performance. The majority of these are unlocked throughout the B League, with a few also available in Trials. Achieve the required amount of stars on each respective event to unlock these.
Unlock every class A module
|A class modules are the second tier (orange) of vehicle modifications that will improve its performance. The majority of these are unlocked throughout the A League, with a few also available in B League and Trials. Achieve the required amount of stars on each respective event to unlock these.
Unlock every class S module
|S class modules are the third tier (pink) of vehicle modifications that will improve its performance. The majority of these are unlocked throughout the S League, with a few also available in A League and Trials. Achieve the required amount of stars on each respective event to unlock these.
|Put a sign on it
Unlock every SIGNATURE module
|Signature modules are the highest tier (purple) of vehicle modifications that will improve its performance. The majority of these are unlocked throughout the SRRL Invitational, with a few also available in S League and Trials. Achieve the required amount of stars on each respective event to unlock these.
|I just can’t choose
Unlock your first aesthetic module
|See Fashion Racer.|
Unlock your first livery
|See Fashion Racer.|
|It’s like an haircut
Unlock your first paintjob
|See Fashion Racer.|
Unlock every aesthetic modification (module, livery, paintjob)
|Glitched (Requires DLC).
In order to get this trophy, you will need one of the DLC packs – Summer Pack (currently available) and Winter Pack (not yet available). Obtaining all aesthetic modifications in the base game will not count for this so you will need to unlock some in the DLC to unlock the trophy.
This is the hardest trophy in the game, and will require earning nearly all the stars in the Career. In order to unlock all aesthetic modifications, you will need to get all 4 Stars on every individual event (gold and bonus trophy), 9 Stars on all 3-event tournaments, and 12 Stars on all 4-event tournaments. Many of the regular race types (race, arena race, last man standing, boss) are made trivial by utilizing Zero or Chill difficulty (with the exception of some bonus trophies), but completing all Time Attack and Speed events will require mastering the respective race tracks to complete them all.
In order to complete all of these, it is recommended to use higher-tier vehicle modifications on the lower events to make them easier, and use lower (or no) Control Assists, as these will ultimately slow you down if they are too high. Find a level that you are comfortable with and still able to complete gold and bonus trophies.
Get pole position in a qualifier
|Qualifiers are introduced in the Career during the A League, and are essentially Time Attack events prior to the race itself to determine your starting position. Pole position requires getting the fastest qualifying time. These usually require utilizing higher-tier vehicle modifications with high Thrust and Top Speed stats, as well as good knowledge of the tracks themselves to race cleanly. Many bonus trophies will require you to achieve a pole position, so this will come while going for those.|
Get a grandslam (pole, led every lap, fastest lap, win race)
|A Grandslam requires you to get the pole position (1st place) during the qualifier, achieve the fastest lap during the race, lead every lap and win the race. Fortunately once you qualify in pole position, you can restart the event as many times as needed while still starting in pole position, in the event you mess up. Unfortunately however, you cannot see the fastest lap times of your opponents, so even when racing well, you may find that you simply do not achieve this upon completing the event because an opponent got a really fast lap time. Several bonus trophies will require you achieve a grandslam, so this will come while going for those.|
|Beat you to it!
Win a race with a 0.01s lead
|This is a very tedious and frustrating trophy to actively attempt. If you want to avoid this, while playing through Career you can set the game difficulty to whatever difficulty is closest to your own ability, so that you are regularly finishing races with the opponents nearby. When nearing the end of the race, you can use boost or brake to try and get the finish as close as possible. On lower difficulties, you can utilize Rewind as much as you like to try and get the perfect finish.
Alternatively, you can do this in Arcade, which will be easier as you as choose whichever track you like and set it to 1 lap, so you can attempt it more frequently. Another method you can try is doing this online with two consoles, getting to the end and then crossing the finish line with both simultaneously. This is a more tedious method as you will need to race 3 laps with both consoles, but it’s more consistent using this method.
There is a positive glitch where this may simply unlock after completing a race without meeting the requirement. This appears to be quite rare, but if you are lucky this will happen while playing through Career.
|He who laughs last…
Win a race after having qualified in last place
|Simply win any race after getting last place during the qualifier. If you skip a qualifier you will automatically be in last place, so this will likely come naturally during Career as there are many qualifiers that you simply do not need to participate in.|
Cross the finish line at 1500 kph (932 mph) or higher
|This will likely come naturally, and is done many times during Career for bonus trophies. Simply utilize a combination of boost, hyperboost and boost pads at the end of a race to cross the finish line at 1500km or higher.|
|Running at the speed of sound
Average a speed of 1234 kph (767 mph) in an event
|This will come naturally, either by playing online as you will have the highest-tier vehicle modifications or during SRRL Invitational in the Career.|