PlayStation 5 games, time tracking and trophy progress are now live on TrueTrophies

By Rich Stone,
The development team here at TrueTrophies has been working hard on integrating all of the new PlayStation Network and PlayStation 5 features into the site, and after a lot of tweaking and testing, those features are all now live.

What are the new features?

PlayStation 5 trophies are now tracking properly

Obviously the first thing we needed to do was get your shiny new PS5 trophies pulling into the site, and that's now working properly (yes, even before my.playstation.com has them!). This has taken a little time to get 100% right, so thank you for your patience while we've been working on the scanners.

Gameplay time tracking

Probably the most interesting new addition is gameplay time tracking. This is live for all games that support it (which looks to be the vast majority of PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 games).

You can see your time played stat in the game header of any game you've played:

Gameplay time trackingGameplay time tracking

At the moment, we are updating your time played statistics whenever you are scanned if you have a TrueTrophies Pro Account, irrespective of whether you've earned a trophy or not. Non-pro users will have their time played stats updated whenever they are scanned after winning a trophy.

Note: The times shown are coming directly from PSN - any issues with the time shown is due to problems on PSN rather than TrueTrophies.

Trophy progress

PSN now supports Trophy Progress for developers that want to offer it (about half of the released PlayStation 5 games currently include the feature). This means that on some trophies you can see how close you are to completing the requirements needed to unlock the trophy:
Trophy progress indicatorTrophy progress indicator

Supported games include Dead by Daylight, Sackboy: A Big Adventure and Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition.
Rich Stone
Written by Rich Stone
Creator of TrueTrophies, TrueAchievements and TrueSteamAchievements. Loves racing games, not convinced by RPGs.