‘Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart’ will have easier platinum trophies


Devs at Insomniac Games revealed that Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart will have its platinum trophies attainable on the first run, designed for casual players.

The highly-awaited Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart is on its way, coming this June 11, 2021. After missing for half a decade, the game will once again be available, and this time its trophies will be accessible to everyone.

All Rift Apart trophies available on single run

Rift Apart is making its rounds recently, with information coming for the game left and right. One of the details that came out was the game’s size, going only as much as 50GB.

The more important detail that came from the devs, however, are the achievements. According to game director Mike Daly, they tried to make the game’s platinum trophies completable in only one sitting.

Where other titles push players to do unbelievable feats in games, it seems Insomniac has no plans for it.

“If you are the type of player who just really embraces the game and loves it, we are going to make it possible to get the Platinum without wasting your time,” said Daly to IGN India.

Ratchet and Clank will get new game+

Achievement hunting is not the primary focus of Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart. Their focus was to bring the new story to almost everyone. Even then, the devs have something ready for players who want some extra challenge.

Trophy and achievement hunting offers a badge of honor to many players. For players who can conquer hard to finish platinum trophies, they want something that is harder than usual.

“Now we know that some players really want to go much further than that, and much deeper into the game,” added Daly. “And so, as with past Ratchet games, we’ve got a challenge mode that lets you start from the beginning of the story again, but with your complete leveled up hero and arsenal, and a handful of gadgets.”

The new game plus for the game will have harder difficulty. It will offer several levels of difficulty for hardcore players, which can give extra trophies too.

“And so if you really want to play the game, challenge mode is for you more so than the Platinum trophy,” Daly says. “It basically lets you play a much more steeper progression curve over the course of the game.

“And we also offer a wide variety of difficulty settings. So as the hardcore player, I think you are going to get a lot of satisfaction out of the hardest difficulty settings, which have a pretty high skill ceiling.”

Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart will come in around a month. The game will be available as a Playstation exclusive.

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