There’s more to do in It Takes Two than progress the story and take on interesting puzzles. Each level has opportunities to unlock Trophies and Achievements which force you to think outside the box. Some can be tricky to uncover, though, which is why we’re here to walk you through how to get the A Daring Devil Trophy and Achievement in It Takes Two.
Note that this secret is only obtainable in the game’s third chapter. If you haven’t reached this point yet and would prefer to not read spoilers, avoid reading on until you’ve progressed the game to this point.
How to Get the A Daring Devil Trophy and Achievement in It Takes Two
Shortly after entering the third level and reaching the Hopscotch section, you’ll come upon an area with cars on your left.
Either of the playable characters can jump into the car by walking up to it and then pressing the Triangle Button on PlayStation consoles or the Y Button on Xbox consoles. Once they’re inside, the other player can then rev the car up by pulling it backward and then releasing it. The further back the car is pulled, the more speed it will have upon release.
To get the A Daring Devil Trophy and Achievement though, you’ll need to pull the car back just enough for it to go off a nearby ramp and fly through a stunt ring. Not having enough speed will lead to the car crashing into the ring’s base, while pulling it back too much will see the car fly over the ring.
Fortunately, the car will respawn if you overshoot the jump, so there’s no limit to how many times you can try. Experiment with it until you have the distance just right, and once you do, you’ll go flying through the stunt ring with grace.
As soon as you do, you’ll be given the A Daring Devil Trophy and Achievement for your hard work.
Hopefully, this cleared up how to get the A Daring Devil Trophy and Achievement in It Takes Two. For more on the game, check out the articles down below for tips, tricks, and info.
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