The_Real_T-Bomb

Rave in the Redwoods trophy statistics

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Just a quick question on something I found confusing. When looking at the trophies I noticed the easter egg trophy for the DLC was 9% completion, significantly more than what it was for the base game easter egg trophy. However, when I did the math for the percentage based on how many people have the trophy and own the game (as well as own the first DLC in case it was only based on those owners). The percentages for both of those calculations were significantly less then what is reported on PSNprofiles. Just wondering why this is the case if anyone knows

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Are you taking the percentages based on PSN? PSN members are more than PSNP as not everyone on PSN is on PSNP leaderboards.

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On 9/1/2020 at 3:00 PM, Coexistant said:

Are you taking the percentages based on PSN? PSN members are more than PSNP as not everyone on PSN is on PSNP leaderboards.

No I took them from PSNP

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27 minutes ago, The_Real_T-Bomb said:

No I took them from PSNP

 

Can you explain your math?

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It actually is kinda strange when you look closer, with 9,744 achievers and 24,338 owners (when I looked), the percentage should be higher (40.16%).

 

Perhaps it has something to do with cheaters not counting or hidden trophies?

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3 hours ago, Coexistant said:

 

Can you explain your math?

So I did 2 calculations because I wasn't sure how PSNP does its math for DLC. If you are taking the 9774 achievers for the Locksmith trophy of the 24,338 DLC1 owners, you get the 40.16% that sepheroithisgod mentioned. If you use 407,498 game owners instead of just the DLC owners you get 2.39%. Both of these numbers don't match up with the 9.81% reported on the site.

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