Players will be able to earn brand-new trophies, and transfer over previously unlocked ones, in The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered.


Fans can transfer unlocked trophies from the PS4 version to The Last of Us 2 Remastered on PS5, including the platinum trophy.

The remastered version introduces new trophies tied to the No Return game mode, such as completing encounters with different mods and winning Daily Runs on Grounded difficulty.

Upgrading to the remastered version is available for $10 for existing owners, granting access to all new features and improvements.

Developer Naughty Dog has confirmed that fans will be able to earn new trophies while playing through the remastered version of The Last of Us 2, and previously unlocked trophies will also transfer over. The Last of Us 2 Remastered is an enhanced re-release of the PS4 title, and it comes with a number of improvements over the original game.

Users will get access to a new roguelike game mode called No Return, allowing them to play as various other characters from The Last of Us universe. Furthermore, it will include three levels that were cut from the main game, in addition to some graphical enhancements. It’s now been confirmed that previously earned trophies will also transfer over to the remastered release, along with some new ones for players to unlock.

As revealed by Naughty Dog, fans will be able to transfer over their unlocked PS4 trophies to the remastered PS5 version of The Last of Us 2, including the platinum trophy. Naughty Dog has also shared a list of new trophies coming to The Last of Us 2 Remastered, and these will be tied to the No Return game mode. It should be noted that trophies unlocked in No Return aren’t required to get the platinum trophy in The Last of Us 2 Remastered, as it looks like this list will be separate from the base game.

The Last of Us 2 Remastered New Trophies

Mixed Bag: Get kills with 5 different weapons in an Assault encounter

Become The Hunter: Kill 12 enemies in a Hunted encounter

Got Your Back: Win a round of Holdout without your ally falling below 70% health

Burglar: Open the safe in Capture without killing any enemies

Roll Call: Win a run with every character

Modded: Complete an encounter with each Mod

Risk Taker: Complete 5 gambits in one run

Good Riddance: Beat all bosses

Team Ellie: Complete all Ellie faction challenge tracks

Team Abby: Complete all Abby faction challenge tracks

True Strength: Get an S rank on an encounter

May Your Survival Be Long: Win a Daily Run of No Return

May Your Death Be Swift: Win a Daily Run of No Return on Grounded Difficulty

The new trophies will require players to complete specific tasks in the No Return game mode, such as opening a safe without killing any enemies, completing an encounter with each mod, and finishing five gambits in a single run. One trophy will task users with getting an S rank in an encounter, while another will require them to win a Daily Run on Grounded difficulty in The Last of Us 2 Remastered. Additionally, two trophies titled “Team Ellie” and “Team Abby” ask players to complete all faction challenge tracks for the respective character. Overall, this move allows fans to further increase their trophy levels as they play through No Return in The Last of Us 2 Remastered.

Existing owners should note that they can upgrade to the remastered version of The Last of Us 2 for $10, giving them access to all the new features and improvements at launch. This offer is valid for both digital and disc editions of The Last of Us 2, while the game will otherwise cost $49.99 for new players.

The Last of Us Part 2 Remastered brings Naughty Dog's critically-acclaimed PS4 game to PS5 with upgraded graphics, the No Return roguelike mode, Lost Levels, and various other enhancements.

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