The Legend of Dragoon & Wild Arms 2 trophy list has been revealed

The Legend of Dragoon

Sony surprised PS Plus Premium and Extra subscribers in February. The company is bringing AAA titles like Horizon Forbidden West, and The Quarry to the subscribers. However, for some nostalgic PlayStation fans, the good news was the addition of the classic Wild Arms 2 and The Legend of Dragoon to the portfolio of PS Classics. The two games will come with certain improvements to PS4 and PS5 players. As previously rumored, both will come with trophies. The website TrueTrophies revealed the info a few days ago, and now Sony has confirmed the trophy list which will be available upon the game’s arrival today February 21st.

The Legend of Dragoon and Wild Arms 2 – platinum trophies are up for collectors

With the addition of Wild Arms 2 to the portfolio, the three first games of the franchise will now be available for PS Plus subscribers. When it comes to The Legend of Dragoon, represents the arrival of the long-neglected RPG classic launched by Sony for the PS1. The game arrived in times when Final Fantasy VII, VIII, and IX were conquering the hearts of players. Sony decided to develop and launch its own RPG for the PS1. The game was one of the most impressive games on the platform with high-quality 3D graphics and a total of 4 discs.

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The Legend of Dragoon

Both Wild Arms 2 and The Legend of Dragoon will bring Platinum trophies. The list of trophies is already up on the True Trophies website and most of them are self-explanatory for fans of the franchise. The games will be available from today, and their availability will vary depending on your region. Interestingly, the games may also be purchasable as standalone for players that are not subscribed to the PS Plus.

Worth noting that Wild Arms 1 and Wild Arms 3 feature Platinum Trophies of their own. So you can collect the trophies of all three games of the franchise. There are also other classic games like Syphon Filter (PS1) in the portfolio offering support for trophies. This is certainly a nice addition for PS fans that love to conquer platinum trophies and show them to friends.

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