(Another) Top 10 Easy PS4 Platinums

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When it comes to trophies, whether you love them or loathe them, one thing is for certain; they’ve become a cornerstone of modern day PlayStation gaming and will likely be around for the foreseeable future.

Whilst those that don’t care for them can happily ignore them with bliss, playing games for the sheer fun of them, those of us with a more compulsive or competitive nature chase trophies and the elusive platinum with animal-like fervour. Sometimes it actually feels like a curse.

For this reason, it’s always nice when a game comes along with a trophy list that’s a walk in the park. It’s even better when the game is actually good as well. Thankfully then, we’ve managed to find another 10 easy PS4 platinums for you to pursue that are actually enjoyable to obtain too. (You can see our first Top 10 easy PS4 platinums list here). Without further ado:

10. Goosebumps: The Game

To tie in with the Goosebumps movie that’s out soon, we’ve been treated (?) to Goosebumps: The Game, a simple horror-themed point and click. Everybody loved Goosebumps as a kid, right? So what’s not to love?

For a trophy hunter, not much. If you follow a guide, you can run through Goosebumps and have that shiny platinum trophy for all to see within about 90 minutes. There are a lot of missable trophies though, so if you’re not using a guide, you may have to play through the game a few times to get all the trophies to pop, but when a speedrun allegedly takes 45 minutes, it’s not too much of a hardship.

Goosebumps is available digitally via PSN.

9. Driveclub

Easy PS4 platinums

Let down by network issues at its launch, Driveclub is a fantastic racer that has grown immensely thanks to what is surely the best value season pass ever.

Whilst is doesn’t have the quickest platinum – a lot of the trophies require a significant time investment, such as reaching level 50 – it isn’t a particularly taxing one. All the trophies for completing events and championships are separate to its main trophy list, meaning that to get the elusive platinum trophy, you’re pretty much free to tackle the game in any way you want apart from the odd specific requirement. Just join a club, get a boosting partner for some challenges and race on or offline to your heart’s content, and eventually that plat will more than likely be yours.

Buy Driveclub on Amazon