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  1. You'll invest hundreds of hours into the game before coming to the few raids you actually require a capable group for. And that is only the case until the next expansion hits. Feel free to correct me, but only the three savage trophies of the Shadowsbringers list require skill and time investment. While the other savage trophies are not trivial, I think each of them can be done on a single evening with a pre-made group and one person explaining the mechanics unsynced (which means you can run them with your current level and gear, so way above what the raid what designed for). 100% in this game will most likely always mean that you have to have finished the currently hardest raid in the game which requires time and dedication indeed. Everything beside that is just a huge grind, especially for new players (and I mean really huge, thousands of hours if not perfectly planned from the beginning). But that can be done on your own pace.
  2. I got this on exactly 50 kills in a FFA deathmatch. It is easily obtainable by winning there, as it required 52 kills instead of the 35 it states on the screen. Actually there where multiple people in the end with 50+. They might fix this in the future to only require 35 kills to win, but until then, there has to be someone gaining that many kills (or the time runs out, which I haven't seen so far) to win. Edit: And with FFA you can be sure that every kills counts, as there are no siege weapons, no takedowns and nothing else that can conflict with your kill count. It's only you vs them.
  3. No need to buy any DLC. You don't even need better trucks. You should have the Fleetstar in your garage and that one is good enough to play in America and Russia without a problem. Do smaller jobs, buy better tires and other upgrades for your favorite trucks. Keep in mind that you can buy and sell without a loss, so if you don't like a truck, just sell it, you can re-buy it at any time. You should have at least two trucks and one scout, so you can sell one of those to get money. Or sell both trucks and get a new one you prefer over the others. You do know that you can modify your trucks in the garage? Adjust not only motor and wheels, but also buy AWD and different attachments for cargo?
  4. So it seems like some of the base game trophy "Workaholic" requires you to reach an ingame completion which includes the DLCs contracts -- even if you don't own the DLC. I think there is no reason to adjust the guide, as it should be a bug and will most likely be fixed with the next patch. Weirdly enough, I've just unlocked "Ain't no rest for the...trucker?" with 87% overall completion. I have 100% in Michigan and Taymyr, but only 90% in Alaska. I've loaded into the DLC but haven't done anything there. So you can unlock that trophy without even finishing all tasks and contests in the base game. I guess the new tasks and contests from Rift (which basically isn't DLC but base game content) count for the trophies, but didn't increase required number of them to do. There are 9 (8 tasks and 1 contest) new missions in Rift and I have 9 (6 tasks and 3 contests) open in Alaska. So the addition of Rift gives you a buffer of 9 mission for the "Ain't no rest for the...trucker?" trophy. That could be interesting for your guide if they don't fix it.
  5. I haven't had a crash in months, game is running completely fine now. All progress seems to work (watchtowers, missions, upgrades), but there might be bugs in coop. The only bigger problem I currently know of is the progression tied into the dlc, but they'll fix it. They're not fast, but doing their job.
  6. They've released only one of the two maps for this DLC. Maybe they hold back the trophies because they're not obtainable until the rest is out. I can image the negative feedback they would get otherwise. On the other side -- can someone already tell how this affects the base game trophies? I still haven't found the time to finish all tasks, do these trophies now include the DLC ones? That could make that trophy really hard and time consuming, considering we might end up with double the content we had at release.
  7. I can confirm that, at least for the "Stars an Stripes" trophy, having owned every vehicle at one point in time is enough. Tested with the newest patch. You can sell whatever you don't want and still get the trophy. As soon as I'm level 26 and unlock the last Russian truck I can give you an update the other two vehicle trophies, but my guess is that they will behave the same. So there is no need to grind any money -- which makes sense, as without money glitches you would need hundreds of hours to earn enough to own every truck at the same time.
  8. Some time before the release they said that the current situation hit them hard. They had the option to release the game as is (with the Taymyr map missing, no wheel support, some graphical problems like mirrors and lights on PS4) or postpone it for an unknown time (in such a short timeframe before the release they had to reschedule everything). While I would have preferred a more polished game, I'm happy to be able to play the game at all. Those crashes and save game related bugs have to fixed asap, but I don't care if I get the platinum this month or next month.
  9. While you have all upgrades on the three Russian maps currently in the game and thus got the trophy, I'm pretty sure you're still missing the LAZ 6 T195 engine upgrade for the Step 310E. That and other upgrades are on the fourth currently missing map in Taymyr -- there is no way to get them.
  10. Do you have the trophy for all upgrades? I'm not sure where I read it, but AFAIK there is a map missing in Russia which will come with the first big update. They had to exclude it to be able to release on time, so some upgrades from that map are missing. The trophy itself only counts upgrades that are currently there, so you can get it despite some vehicle still having locked parts.
  11. I got the trophy lifting the Oil Rig Salvage Semi-Trailer, which is used in multiple missions. Additionally I was able to lift the Coiled Tubing Semi-Trailer, but as I already had unlocked the trophy I can't guarantee it's working -- but it should.
  12. Do you even read other posts in this thread? I don't want to be rude, but I have already confirmed that those trailers are working. They're heavy, but it is possible to lift them and I got the trophy by doing so (in Alaska).
  13. I can confirm that that one also works for the trophy. But as you said it's quite heavy and not easy to lift. You need to bring you heaviest truck and lift it over the front, as the supports on the side will not carry the weight. A heavy trailer (like a fuel trailer) attached to the back will help to balance out the weight even further. Also it felt like the American crane model was better suited for this, as I wasn't able to lift it with the Russian one, but that might just have been bad luck. But as I said earlier, there are multiple semi-trailers in the game for that trophy. I think there is one in the later Michigan missions, too.
  14. While there are more special cargo semi trailers, I can't tell if you're able to spawn some when all missions are finished. In any case getting it in coop should be a working backup alternative.
  15. I think the most guide-worthy trophies in this game are Deer Hunt, Moose Hunt and Bear Hunt. Maybe also Where are the logs? and Simply Delivered (withs no achievers so far, might be bugged?) as well as Workers Unite (although you basically can't miss the statues, just the unlock condition of "find" is unclear to me, I crashed into both of them and didn't unlock the trophy). Beside them, I think all trophies are self-explanatory or will unlock naturally during gameplay. For the first three trophies maps for all regions containing the exact positions and names of the upgrades and trucks are requires. So if you're working on a guide, creating those might be the most relevant part. Feel free to keep us updated with your progress on those so we can give you information on locations you missed.