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Spider-Man PS4: Is There a Difficulty Trophy? What You Need to Know

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Spider-Man PS4: Is There a Difficulty Trophy? What You Need to Know

Is There a Difficulty Trophy for Spider-Man PS4?

Insomniac’s Spider-Man tells a whole new story in the classic web-slinger’s life. This time around, we’re dealing with an experienced superhero, a Spider-MAN not a Spider-BOY. And, of course, the game packs a ton of content in its open-world, including trophies for all you trophy lovers out there. If you’re planning on obtaining the platinum trophy for this game, then there’s always that question before you start a new game: is there a difficulty trophy? We have the answer for you right here.

As most other PS4 titles, Spider-Man has a platinum trophy to collect if you’re a completionist at all. These collectible trophies truly make up the bulk, with some being reserved for other accomplishments like story-related ones or special feats.

While for some games nowadays, there are trophies that are unlocked by playing through the campaign on specific difficulty modes, not with Spider-Man for the PS4, though!

Luckily, Insomniac has decided against that, which means that there are no difficulty trophies for Spider-Man PS4, meaning you can play on the easiest setting and still add that highly coveted platinum to your trophy collection for your PS4.

It’s okay, we won’t judge. Go ahead and set it on easy mode. You’re still likely going to have a bit of a challenge anyway.

How great is it that games aren’t forcing us to do that any more, right?

That’s all you need to know about the difficulty trophies for Spider-Man PS4! If you’re seeking any additional tips, be sure to check out our ever-growing wiki guide on the game right here; the guide has lots of info that will help you on your New York adventure. If you have a specific question that needs answering, leave it in the comments down below and we’ll do our best to help you out there!

Greysun is currently majoring in Mass Communications and Media Studies. He's somehow played every Kingdom Hearts game more than once but somehow doesn't get the story. You can follow him on Twitter @greysun_morales if you like Nintendo-related posts that can sometimes be very comical.

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