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Several PlayStation Classics On PS Plus Premium Have Retroactively Received Trophies

Several PlayStation Classics available via the highest tier of Sony Interactive Entertainment’s subscription service, PS Plus Premium, have retroactively received trophies.

Sony Interactive Entertainment has updated 4 existing PS Classics  with full support for PlayStation trophies, including a Platinum for trophy hunters to unlock rank up. While first party PS1 and PSP titles came with trophies, the feature has been absent from third party games up until now.

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List of Third Party PS Classics That Have Received Trophies

The aforementioned 3 PlayStation Classic titles on PS Plus Premium that have received trophy support are listed below.

The trophy requirements in the above titles range from finding collectibles and completing specific challenges. Fan of these PlayStation Classic titles as well as trophy hunters now have a new reason to revisit them.

The addition of full trophy support to the aforementioned third party PS1 titles on PS Plus Premium suggests that Sony Interactive Entertainment is committed to expanding support for a wider range of PlayStation Classics. Fans. Several popular third party franchises made their debut on the PS1.

Previously, the PSP version of Super Stardust, known as Super Stardust Portable had received trophies support. Sony Interactive Entertainment executive Shuhei Yoshida had revealed that it was the “first” of potentially several PS Classics to add PlayStation trophies retroactively. The game was added to the premium collection of PlayStation Plus in 2022. It was originally released in November 2008 for the PlayStation Portable. Subsequently, PlayStation trophies also became available for another PSP title, namely No Heroes Allowed! It was developed by Acquire and released for the PlayStation Portable by Sony Computer Entertainment in 2010 in Japan both physically and digitally, and in 2011 only digitally everywhere else.

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