The Outer Worlds: Full List Of 49 Trophies Revealed

The Outer Worlds Full Trophies List Revealed

Obsidian Entertainment’s The Outer Worlds has only been out for a few days, and already players have begun to finish their playthroughs and turn to working on completing the game’s extensive list of trophies. For those unaware, there are 49 trophies in The Outer Worlds that players can snag, each with varying difficulty levels and requirements. Here’s the full list of trophies and their requirements for the title courtesy of the folks over at Prima Games:

The Outer Worlds Trophies

  • Welcome to Halcyon – Landed in the Emerald Vale
  • Ticket to Anywhere – Got your very own ship
  • Something’s Fishy – Reached Stellar Bay
  • Paradise Found – Landed in Byzantium
  • Hard Time – Landed on Tartarus
  • Lost and Found – Skipped the Hope
  • Pirate Radio – Stopped the Monarch broadcasts
  • The Audience Gasps – Learned the shocking truth about the colony
  • SubLight to the End – Completed the SubLight quest lines
  • Peace in Our Time – Brokered peace between the Iconoclasts and MSI
  • Monarch Abides – Won the battle of Stellar Bay
  • Dentastic – Saved the universe’s greatest diet toothpaste recipe
  • Mightier than the Sword – Saved Edgewater permanently
  • Ludwig was Right – Brought robo-destruction to Edgewater
  • A Star is Born – Starred in an Odeon Pictures movie
  • The Cartographer – Dealt with the cartographer
  • Sunburn – Skipped the Hope into the sun
  • Flawed Hero – Acquired 3 flaws
  • Not the Best Choice – Simultaneously equipped Spacer’s Choice brand clothing, headgear, and 4 weapons
  • Well Dressed – Wore ‘A Nice Hat’ and ‘Chimaera’ at the same time
  • Level 30 – Character level 30 reached
  • Anything for a Friend – Finished a companion’s questline
  • Elemental Maelstrom – Killed an enemy that was hit with all 5 damage types
  • Patient N – Killed 20 enemies that were infected by spreading N-rays
  • Skilled – Raised a skill to 100
  • Jack of All Trades – Killed an enemy with a science weapon sneak attack during TTD, with a weak spot critical hit
  • Well Balanced Breakfast – Simultaneously had bonuses for meat, carbohydrates, sugary drink, caffeine, and alcohol
  • Mad Scientist – Killed an enemy under the effects of 4 science weapons
  • Impossible Mission – Succeeded at 3 dialog conversation checks with a single disguise
  • All for One – Completed all companion quests
  • One for All – Recruited all of the companions
  • The Outer Worlds Platinum Trophy – Collected all trophies for The Outer Worlds
  • The Outer Worlds – Completed The Outer Worlds on any difficulty
  • Hard – Completed The Outer Worlds on hard difficulty
  • Supernova – Completed The Outer Worlds on supernova difficulty
  • Best Friend – Recruited a companion
  • The Harder They Fall – Killed a mega creature
  • Got Your Back – Killed 50 enemies with companion abilities
  • Silver Tongue – Used dialog skills 30 times in conversations
  • Poor Sportsmanship – Hit 30 enemies in the groin during tactical time dilation
  • Upgrades Available – Improved your gear 30 times through tinkering and mods
  • Never Seen – Killed 50 enemies with sneak attacks
  • Short Circuit – Killed 30 automechanicals with shock damage
  • Health Insurance – Used the medical inhaler 300 times
  • We All Fall Down – Turned 100 enemies to ash with plasma damage
  • Tossball All-Star – Killed 50 enemies with a tossball stick or tossball blocker
  • Everything Must Go – Sold 10,000 bits worth of items to vendors
  • Everybody Likes Me – Had maximum positive reputation with 3 factions
  • Destroyer of Worlds – Had maximum negative reputation with 3 factions

The Outer Worlds is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, with a Nintendo Switch version arriving in 2020. Our review round-up for the game can be seen right here.

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Ryan is a writer and the head editor for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he isn't writing, Ryan is likely considering yet another playthrough of Final Fantasy IX. He's also the DFTG cinnamon bun.

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