OmriStyIe

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  1. No, the Neo-Thermal rocket boost doesn't count towards the "Don't Look Back" trophy. You will need a regular Thermal rocket boost in order for this to work and it looks like this: It can be in any color and it doesn't have to be common, just make sure it only says "Thermal" in the name. (this applies for every trophy that requires a specific item)
  2. I've got to say that I'm new to the PS4 and the trophy hunting world but my biggest achievement on PS4 has to be my Rocket League 100%, currently standing at 0.73% completion rating, and It takes some pretty good skills to get so that's why I'm proud of it. (I also wrote a trophy guide for this game on PSNProfiles) But in my opinion, my biggest gaming achievement overall is that I've completed 175 games across 8 different platforms since I started playing video games (that was 6 years ago). so in quick calculation that's about 29 games a year, and with a girlfriend, a job, and school I think that's pretty admirable. Never give up on your hobbies guys
  3. Please keep me updated, I just saw that he died in my first playthrough as well.
  4. I did answer this question in this guide, this trophy is super glitchy right now so it is advised that you use the same set of wheels until this trophy pops.
  5. They probably didn't change this trophy requirement for all languages but the official requirement for this trophy is "Collect 150 Items". BTW I don't think it's even possible to collect all items since there are over 2000 items in Rocket League.
  6. There isn't a big change right now but it will happen over time. The thing is that most of the trophies are pretty easy to get anyway, I mean I got about 50% of all the trophies (DLCs included) by just playing the game for a few days, so most of them will come naturally to all players (not just trophy hunters). But I do believe that we are going to see a big rarity change in every trophy that requires a specific item because it's pretty hard to get items in the F2P version. Not to mention that new players will have to purchase 500 credits in order to be able to make trades, thus affecting all trophies that require trades and items. so I do believe that the platinum trophy and the 100% will increase in rarity over time, even though the 100% is already ultra-rare right now.
  7. You can still trade even if you spend all your credits but do it wisely because it's pretty hard to get items in the F2P version. (Don't spend all your 500 credits on 1 item)
  8. Reinstalling did work for some people, you can try it and see if it work for you as well.
  9. Yes, after you purchase the starter pack you can make all trades you want (even if you spend all the 500 credits), but don't forget to spend them wisely because Rocket League has a lot of trophies that depends on specific items, and those items can be pretty hard to get now since you don't get a lot of items in the free-to-play version. so if you are stuck on some trophies from this guide then the best way is to just spend those 500 credits on all the items you need. (like blueprints that contain certified or painted item) yes I know and I'm currently trying to find another solution for this. you can try to delete the game (not just the save file) and reinstall it. (this may cause some progression lose in other trophies)
  10. Thanks for the tip guys, I will try to make this an official guide on PSNProfiles.
  11. Hi Rocket League Community 🚗⚽🚙 I'm a new trophy hunter & a new Rocket League player (never played the game before the F2P version) who decided to get every trophy in Rocket League because: 1.Rocket League is totally free to play now, so why not? 2.The game looks extremely fun (and it is) 3.Getting the platinum & the 100% is super easy according to all the trophy guides and videos I've watched before I start playing this game. And let me tell you something, I was wrong about the "totally free" and the "super easy" part. yes, the game itself is free but that doesn't mean that all the trophies are free as well, and it's not super easy because there are some skill-based trophies so you do need to get a little bit better at the game. unfortunately, some of the trophy guides & videos that you see today are outdated and aren't relevant anymore for the new F2P version. I did manage to get 99% of all trophies in about a week of playing the game nonstop and I'm currently stuck on that 99% and don't know when I will get the 100% (see "Metaverse" trophy in the trophy guide below) so I've decided to make a trophy guide about all the trophies that became harder to get since the F2P version came out. (Edit: I've finally managed to get the "Metaverse" trophy and the 100%) *Before I start this guide I just want to point out a few IMPORTANT things (MUST READ): 1.This guide is for NEW PLAYERS (people who never played the game before the F2P version), but this guide can also provide some solid information for old players as well. 2.The trophies you will see in this guide are only the trophies that became harder to get since the F2P version came out, if a certain trophy was easy to get before the F2P version and still easy to get after the F2P version then you will not find it here. 3.You MUST spend at least 5$ if you want to get ALL the trophies in Rocket League (doesn't apply for old players). 4.If you only want to get the platinum trophy without spending any money then this is possible BUT let me warn you, it will be a massive grind and it will take a few months so I highly recommend that you do spend those 5$ because it will help you to get the platinum in 1-2 days (doesn't apply for old players). 5.This guide does take into consideration that you are willing to spend those 5$ in order to get ALL the trophies in Rocket League because otherwise, this guide won't help you and almost every trophy you will see in here will be pretty hard to get. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Trophy Guide Stocked (Base Game) Trophy Requirement: Collect 150 Items. Trophy Type: Massive Grind. The Reason This Trophy Is Harder in the F2P Version: There is absolutely NO fast & easy way to actually collect 150 items. Quick Solution: Trade the same items with another player back and forth for a few times until you unlock this trophy. every time you get items from trades they are considered as collected items (even if you trade them back right away). Important Notes For New Players: You will have to purchase at least 500 credits in order to be able to trade with other players. Purchasing 500 credits will cost you 5$. Purchasing credits will help you unlock other trophies as well. Budding Artist (Neo Tokyo DLC) Trophy Requirement: Collect a Painted Item. Trophy Type: RNG / Luck based. The Reason This Trophy Is Harder in the F2P Version: Basically, you can unlock this trophy really fast or you can unlock it really slow, it all depends on luck because you have no control over which items you are going to get. I personally got my first painted item when I reached tier 30 (took me about 200 online matches to get there). The reason this trophy is harder now it's because you don't get a lot of items in the F2P version so unlocking this trophy may take some time. Quick Solution: Purchasing the Starter Pack from the item shop will give you a set of painted wheels (Gaiden grey) thus unlocking you this trophy instantly. you can also get all kinds of painted items from trades but there is no need for this because you must purchase the starter pack in order to get the 500 credits you need to be able to make trades. Storm Trooper (Champions Field DLC) Trophy Requirement: Equip a Very Rare Item and complete a game in an Arena with turbulent weather. Trophy Type: RNG / Luck based. The Reason This Trophy Is Harder in the F2P Version: This trophy is like the "Budding Artist" trophy, its either you get it really fast or you get it really slow, it all depends on what items you get. The reason this trophy is harder now it's because you don't get a lot of items in the F2P version so unlocking this trophy may take some time. Quick Solution 1: You get a set of wheels (Gaiden grey) after purchasing the Starter Pack from the item shop, those set of wheels are very rare so just equip them and do the rest of the trophy requirement. Quick Solution 2: As you play the game you will get a lot of very rare blueprints, but it will cost you some credits to equip them, so if you have some credits to spare just equip one of those and do the rest of the trophy requirement. One Better (Neo Tokyo DLC) Trophy Requirement: Increase the level of a Certified Item. Trophy Type: RNG / Luck based. The Reason This Trophy Is Harder in the F2P Version: This trophy is like the "Budding Artist" trophy, its either you get it really fast or you get it really slow, it all depends on what items you get. The reason this trophy is harder now it's because you don't get a lot of items in the F2P version so unlocking this trophy may take some time. Quick Solution 1: Currently, the quickest way to get a certified item is by trading with someone who has it (don't worry a lot of people have them so it's no problem to find someone to trade with) Quick Solution 2: As you play the game you will probably get at least 1 blueprint that contains a certified item (wheels, decal, etc.) but it will cost you some credits to equip it, so if you have some credits to spare just equip it and do the rest of the trophy requirement. An Inch and 6.2 Miles (Supersonic Fury DLC) Don't Look Back (Supersonic Fury DLC) Trophy Requirement: An Inch and 6.2 Miles - Drive 10 km with the Vortex, Cristiano, or Spinner Wheels. Don't Look Back - Use the Thermal, Burnout, or Nitrous Rocket Boost for a total of 10 minutes. Trophy Type: RNG / Luck based. The Reason This Trophy Is Harder in the F2P Version: (An Inch and 6.2 Miles) This trophy is not that hard to get but I felt like I need to put it in here in case someone is having trouble with it. Like the other trophies in this guide, you just need to get lucky and get one of the wheels mentioned in the trophy requirement. The good news is that it's pretty easy to get vortex wheels since they are a common item. (but they are untradable so you can't get them from other players). Quick Solution: Currently, the quickest way to get this trophy is by trading with someone who has the spinner wheels (the Cristiano wheels are pretty hard to get and the common vortex wheels are untradable.) The Reason This Trophy Is Harder in the F2P Version: (Don't Look Back) This is currently one of the hardest trophies to get for some players because not only is it pretty hard to get items now, it's also really hard to get any type of rocket boosts (let alone those specific ones). I'm currently at tier 35, played over 250 matches, and I have only managed to get 2 different types of rocket boosts (not the ones you need for this trophy). so yeah as you can see those items can be pretty hard to get. Quick Solution: Currently, the quickest way to get one of these rocket boosts is by trading with someone who has them. Metaverse (Dropshot DLC) Trophy Requirement: Equip the Ion Rocket Boost or the Halo Topper and win a match on Starbase ARC. Trophy Type: RNG / Luck based. The Reason This Trophy Is Harder in the F2P Version: You will probably think this is a joke but it's not, this is the hardest trophy to get in Rocket League for new players (and for some old players). why? because almost all the Ion Rocket Boost and Halo Toppers are completely untradable. there are some variations of these items that are tradable but they are pretty rare and pretty costly. you will most likely get one of these items by just playing the game than to find someone to trade with. and because there isn't a fast way to get items now this trophy can take a while to unlock. Quick Solution: Currently, the quickest way to get one of these items is by trading with someone who has them. (it's very hard to find someone who has one of these items for trade) *This is also the rarest trophy in this guide. Far, Far Away... (Base Game) Car Collector (Base Game) Trophy Requirement: Far, Far Away... - Drive a total of 50 km Car Collector - Collect 5 Cars Trophy Type: GLITCHED Note: These 2 trophies are not hard to get at all but they are currently glitched. Solution for "Far, Far Away...": This trophy's requirements are glitched, some people get this trophy before they reach 50 km, and some people get it a little bit after 50 km. I personally got this trophy at 63 km, so just keep playing the game until you unlock this trophy. make sure you are using the same set of wheels until this trophy pops. Solution for "Car Collector" 1: After you collect 5 cars this trophy will not pop, in order to unlock this trophy you will need to go to your PS4 storage and delete the saved data for Rocket Leauge. after you deleted your saved data, launch the game again and the trophy should pop instantly. (if it doesn't pop instantly then wait for a few minutes) Solution for "Car Collector" 2: If the first solution doesn't work for you then try to delete the game (and the save file) and reinstall it. IMPORTANT NOTE: Deleting your saved data may cause you to lose some progression in other trophies, so make sure to backup your save file to a USB or to your PS Cloud (if you have PS+).
  12. Hi guys So in 5 days I have managed to get 98% of all the trophies in Rocket League and now I'm only missing 2, the "Metaverse" & "Don't Look Back" trophies. In order to get those trophies I need an Ion Rocket Boost or the Halo Topper ("Metaverse") & Thermal, Burnout, or Nitrous Rocket Boost ("Don't Look Back"). Now as you know it's not that easy to get items in Rocket League anymore and I'm grinding my ass off just to get those items with no luck, I'm already tier 30 and I did all the challenges. if anyone knows how to get those items so I can get the trophies I will really appreciate it. BTW I bought 500 credits so I can make some trades and I already spend 100 credits on something in the item shop, is that mean I can't trade anymore?