It Takes Two has arrived and gamers that love exciting co-op games that can be played either locally or online, should be in for a treat. Reviews are looking great so far, and got even more going on than A Way Out, the last game from developer Hazelight Studios, as it blends both action and narrative story telling. If you’re here, you’re probably wondering how to get the trophy & achievement: Faraway Frequencies in It Takes Two, for your collection. Here’s what you need to know.
How to Get Faraway Frequencies Trophy & Achievement in It Takes Two
You’ll have the chance to unlock Faraway Frequencies in chapter 3: Rose’s Room, during the spaced-out portion of the level.
In this area, you’ll go through different portals that transport you to new mini-worlds.
Head into the yellow portal when you’re able to and jump on the first bouncy pad on the right. This leads you to the top of a tower of pillows.
At the peak of it, you’ll find a satelite dish antenna that you can move around. Press Y on PlayStation or Triangle on Xbox to scan the sky. You’ll need to find four different frequencies.
Along with hearing each of the dialogue that goes along with each frequency, you’ll be able to tell when you’ve found one when the antenna in the bottom middle lights all the way up to red.
In addition, there is an easter egg in one of these frequencies that references Josef Fares’ infamous Game Awards F’ the Oscars speech.
Whether you picked up on that or not, find all four frequencies, and you’ll get the trophy or achievement in It Takes Two.
Hopefully, that helped you get the trophy and achievement for Faraway Frequencies in It Takes Two. For more on It Takes Two, be sure to check out our recent review.
We’ve also got plenty of coverage below for It Takes Two below, including an official guide wiki with even more trophy and achievement help.
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