PS Plus easy platinums — 20 simple trophy lists for February 2024

We've compiled a list of PS Plus easy platinums that you can play throughout February 2024. All games listed are for PS5 and PS4 and are on PS Plus.

PS Plus easy platinums — 20 simple trophy lists for February 2024
Sean Lawson

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Update: We've added the likes of Odin Sphere Leifthrasir and Alternate Jake Hunter to this list of the easiest platinum trophies to earn. Check out where they ranked below!
Looking for some of PS Plus easy platinums to earn over the next weekend or two? Well, we've curated this guide to help you find some easy platinum trophies you can earn in a genuinely good game at the PS Plus Essential, Extra, and Premium tiers.

20 PS Plus easy platinums to earn on PS5 and PS4 in February 2024

This list has been carefully curated by the TrueTrophies team, with Staff Writer Sean Lawson taking the lead and Editor Kes' contributions. The pair have either experienced gathering all those bronze, silver, gold, and the mighty platinum listed below, or have spent time meticulously researching each title so you don't have to.

This list revolves around PS Plus' easiest platinum trophies. However, we are tired of seeing terrible games on the PlayStation Store and five-second 'paid platinum,' so every game we've listed has to be of genuinely good quality. This means there will be scales of trophy difficulty and length found on our list, but everything will be obtainable without too much effort or planning.

Here are the easiest platinum trophies on PS Plus.

SeanL

20. Bee Simulator

The Bee Simulator trophies are pretty simple; however, there are three potentially missable trophies you will want to make note of ('It's A Zoo Out There,' 'Great Hunger,' and 'You Shall Not Pass'), as long as you make sure to grab them you are golden. The entire trophy list should be doable in around 15 hours, most likely less.

The platinum 'Real Achiever' currently sits with a 1.10% completion rate, which is probably due to those cheeky missable trophies. We assure you that the game and earning the actual platinum won't provide you with any real headaches. The Bee Simulator trophy list is comprised of story-related trophies, miscellaneous tasks, various challenges, and a few collectible ones. All in all, it's your pretty standard fair for a game that is surprisingly fun to play! So go on then, buzz on into it.

SeanL

19. Disaster Report 4 Summer Memories

We aren't going to lie to you here: Disaster Report 4 Summer Memories is a bit of a buggy mess with sub-par graphics and clunky controls. However, this game has a lot of heart and it's hard to not see that. Little by little you'll find yourself warming to this wacky outing and wind up loving every single aspect of it — in a 'it's so bad its amazing' kind of way. The game's tone and characters are somehow charming, fun, and silly, even as they try to survive an earthquake in a Japanese-inspired city.

The Disaster Report 4 Summer Memories trophies are pretty simple to earn — just keep an eye out for some missable trophies along the way. The platinum trophy 'Memories of Summer' sits with a completion rate of 3.0% over on PSN. Plus, a bonus tip for you: you can download a plethora of costumes for free via the PS Store, which you can use to unlock the gold 'Costume Collector trophy'. Couldn't be easier.

SeanL

18. Paradise Killer

The Paradise Killer trophies are all about exploring and getting lost in the world and stories taking place around you. You will have a lot of collectibles to pick up, locales to discover, and bonds to build, yet, doing all of that should net you a new shiny platinum trophy. The game shouldn't take any longer than 15 hours to platinum, if you are taking your time and enjoying the experience it may take a little longer.

The platinum trophy 'Investigation Freak' has an overall completion rate of 4.90% on PSN, which isn't too shabby. As we mentioned before, the bulk of the trophy list is centered around collecting and exploring. So, play the game, explore, and have fun. If you want to you can keep a guide to hand to help with finding any particularly tricky collectibles, we wouldn't judge you. 'Accelerated Justice' asks you to beat the game in ten minutes, which is possibly the only tricky trophy to grab, if you leave this till last it shouldn't be too much of an issue.

SeanL

17. Ape Academy 2

The Ape Academy 2 trophies are as simple as they come, with the platinum trophy 'Monkey Card Master' sitting with a completion rate of 4.90% on PSN as of right now. The trophy list should take around five to ten hours to complete and could easily be accomplished over the weekend.

When Ape Academy 2 was first announced to be among the PS Plus Extra and Premium games for March 2023, it left Staff Writer Lee scratching his head as the title was revealed as Ape Escape 2 — a game that doesn't exist. Thankfully the PS Plus Premium Ape Academy 2 title does exist and the error was quickly rectified by Sony.

SeanL

16. Odin Sphere Leifthrasir

Odin Sphere’s story will throw you into the roles of five different individuals whose stories become intertwined amid a war for a magical device called the Crystallization Cauldron. Each character has a unique gameplay style helping to keep the game feeling fresh through its encapsulating story. The art of the world is absolutely breathtaking and one of the biggest highlights of the game.

Gameplay-wise Odin Sphere is a side-scrolling action RPG where you will explore various stages while making sure to complete objectives along the way. These objectives can grant you more abilities for the character, which in turn gives you more options in battle.

In terms of trophies, the list is pretty straightforward. There are no missables or difficulty-related trophies to worry about. So, you can play the game at whatever difficulty level appeals to you. However, there are a multitude of collectibles you will need to keep an eye out for. Currently, the platinum trophy 'Odin Sphere' has an overall completion rate of 10.00% on PSN.

SeanL

15. Sakuna of Rice and Ruin

Sakuna of Rice and Ruin is a game that deserves far more recognition than it gets and it is a game that is deserving of a place on our underrated PS Plus games list. However, thanks to an enjoyable and simple platinum trophy, the game has managed to wiggle its way onto our list of PS Plus' easiest platinum trophies. Sakuna of Rice and Ruin mixes fast-paced hack-and-slash gameplay with RPG and farming elements, making for a truly immersive and unique gaming experience.

As stated, the Sakuna of Rice and Ruin trophies are easy, though they may take a little bit of time to work through. You are looking at around 30 or so hours before you can hope to catch a glimpse of the platinum trophy 'Preeminent Goddess.' Right now, the platinum trophy has an overall completion rate of 6.40% edging it out of the "Ultra Rare" category and making it far less intimidating to work towards.

SeanL

14. Lake

  • Here are the Lake trophies
  • Length: 5-10 hours
  • Difficulty: 2/10
  • Missables:
  • Tier: PS Plus Extra
Lake is short, sweet, and incredibly simple. There is a total of 12 trophies to snatch (including the platinum) and it will take you around 10 hours to unlock them all. It's worth noting that all trophies in the game are technically missable except one Though, it would be hard to make it through the game not unlocking at least one or two other trophies along the way. If you want to nab everything in one go, make sure to pull up a guide so you don't miss any of the more elusive trophies.

The platinum trophy 'Delivery Status Complete' currently sits with an overall completion rate of 7.60% on PSN. It seems the biggest blockade for many are the three trophies 'Life in the Fast Lane,' 'Hometowner,' and 'Free Spirit' which are connected to three different endings. Thankfully, you can make a manual save on September 13 (the last day before the game ends), which you can then reload to make different choices and see all the different endings. Do all of this and you'll have yourself a brand new platinum in your collection. Nice.

SeanL

13. Call of the Sea

Call of the Sea puts you in the shoes of Norah, who has traveled the ocean in the search for her missing husband. Norah's search leads her to a long-forgotten island that is overflowing with remnants of a lost civilization. The more Norah explores, the more she uncovers, all of which leads her to a shocking discovery in her quest to find her husband and the truth behind this mysterious island.

The trophies will see you collecting every possible clue and mysterious artifact that Norah can possibly uncover during her time on this island. There are no difficulty-related trophies or missables as you can replay any chapter after beating it. There are a variety of miscellaneous trophies connected to each chapter, as well as story-related trophies to earn. The platinum trophy currently has an overall completion rate of 7.80% on PSN. So, what are you waiting for? Get sailing the seas and find your husband!

SeanL

12. Syphon Filter Logan’s Shadow

The Syphon Filter Logan’s Shadow trophies are easy. Like, really easy. The entire trophy list is comprised of trophies that are earned from completing each level of the game. There are no difficulty-related trophies, miscellaneous tasks, or collectibles here that will impede your progress to earning the platinum trophy ‘Fantastic Job, Gabe and Co.’

Syphon Filter Logan’s Shadow was added with the batch of PS Plus Extra and Premium new games of May 2023 and joins the rest of the Syphon Filter games on Premium — along with their easy platinums. So, make sure to check out the entire Syphon Filter series on PS Plus for a bevy of quick and simple platinum trophies. The only downfall here is that the game is only available to those of you who have a PS Plus Premium subscription.

SeanL

11. DC League of Super-Pets The Adventures of Krypto and Ace

A video game spin-off of the DC League of Super-Pets animated movie, players are in for a quick, simple, fun-filled family-friendly experience. The game will see you flying about the skies as Superman's trusty doggo as you use your laser eyes to obliterate any nasty enemies trying to do harm to the world. You can beat the game in around two to three hours.

The trophies are very easy. You'll be able to earn everything without having to worry about missables or choosing a specific difficulty, which makes it a great game to pick up and dive into. The platinum trophy 'Platinum Pup' has an overall completion rate of 8.60% on PSN.

SeanL

10. Bugsnax

  • Here are the Bugsnax trophies
  • Length: 10-15 hours
  • Difficulty: 2/10
  • Missables: 1
  • Tier: PS Plus Extra
A fair few of you may have already snatched up the Bugsnax trophies, the game was given away on PS Plus to PS5 players when the console first launched. However, PS4 players were unable to claim this freebie and a lot of you may not have managed to secure a PS5 in time to claim Bugsnax either. Thankfully, the game is now available on PS Plus Extra and is well worth taking a glance at if you are yet to do so.

The Bugsnax trophy list is incredibly easy to work through, with the platinum 'Bugsnax Master' currently sitting at a completion rate of 10.60% on PSN. There is one missable trophy called 'Survivor' that asks you to keep all Grumpses alive in the final level, failing to do so will mean you need to play the entire end sequence again. Aside from this little nuisance, the rest of the list can be earned at your own leisure and shouldn't take any longer than 15 hours to work through.

Kes

9. Marvel's Spider-Man Miles Morales

Just swing and chill for a nice and easy Marvel's Spider-Man Miles Morales platinum. This spin-off from Insomniac Games is a 'half-step' game taking place after the events of Marvel's Spider-Man but before Marvel's Spider-Man 2. The result is an open-world action adventure with a nice and compact narrative focus on Miles Morales's slow growth into the heavy threads of the Spider-Man suit. There is a good story here and some of the same slick swinging and combat as the first game, so just let it sweep you off your feet!

The Marvel's Spider-Man Miles Morales trophies are so easy that all you'll have to do is play the game. The only unfortunate factor is that you'll have to play the game twice, but the second time around can just be a speed run. When I did it I thought it would be more tedious than it is. It's almost like a swansong to the characters and a nice way to say goodbye to a great game with an easy platinum.

SeanL

8. Carto

  • Here are the Carto trophies
  • Length: 5-10 hours
  • Difficulty: 2/10
  • Missables:
  • Tier: PS Plus Extra
The Carto trophies are simple and fun to work through. There are no missable trophies to worry about thanks to chapter select and the entire game can be beaten in around five or so hours. You'll earn ten of the game's 20 trophies by simply making your way through the story. As of right now, the platinum trophy 'Master Cartographer' has an overall completion rate of 10.60%

The rest of the trophies are miscellaneous tasks that ask you to find certain locations or items in specific areas of each level. This is why nothing is missable, as you can just use chapter select to revisit any levels that you missed grabbing one of these trophies.

The only trophy that may impact your platinum success is the gold trophy 'Towering Intellect,' which asks you to finish the three levels of the Tower of Hanoi in the fewest steps. This trophy may require an extra bit of work to unlock, but we have no doubt that you will find a way to earn it and the platinum too.

SeanL

7. Alternate Jake Hunter Daedalus The Awakening of Golden Jazz

Alternate Jake Hunter Daedalus The Awakening of Golden Jazz, aside from having a mouthy title, is a point-and-click murder mystery game that plays out as a visual novel. You play as Saburo, who heads to New York in order to solve the murder of his grandfather, Kyosuke. Leaving his life behind as he knew it, Saburo will stop at nothing to uncover just what happened to his beloved grandfather.

The trophy list is incredibly simple to work through and will take no more than eight or so hours to mop up. There are missable trophies to be aware of. However, these are connected to the choices you make throughout the game. So, all you need to do is a quick speedrun after you finish the game one time and make all the opposite choices you made the first time around.

If you want to make the process even quicker we are sure you'll be able to find a guide out there that will tell you when to make backup saves and whatnot to snatch the platinum in the most efficient way. Currently, the platinum trophy 'The Legend of Saburo Jinguji' has an overall completion rate of 8.90% on PSN.

SeanL

6. Unpacking

  • Here are the Unpacking trophies
  • Length: 5-8 hours
  • Difficulty: 1/10
  • Missables:
  • Tier: PS Plus Extra
Unpacking is a wonderful and cozy game to settle down with on those cold days as you unpack your belongings into a variety of new places that you have moved into. The game is incredibly straightforward and no trophies can be missed thanks to chapter select. So, if you want to jump into something that isn't going to cause a lot of stress and have you pulling your hair out, Unpacking is the perfect game to jump into.

The Unpacking trophies are a breeze to work through and most of them should unlock by naturally progressing the game. A lot of the trophies can be unlocked in multiple chapters, making it even harder to miss anything. However, like we said before, if you do miss anything, then chapter select is right there for you to take advantage of. Currently, the platinum trophy 'All Moved In' sits with an overall completion rate of 13.60% on PSN. So, what are you waiting for? Get unpacking those boxes!

SeanL

5. Last Stop

  • Here are the Last Stop trophies
  • Length: 5-8 hours
  • Difficulty: 1/10
  • Missables:
  • Tier: PS Plus Extra
Last Stop is a supernatural story that puts players in the shoes of three different characters named, Donna, Meena, and John. The game is filled with all sorts of exciting sights, from aliens and magical portals. Last Stop is a perfect blend of Twilight Zone and the Telltale Games. So, if you love either one or both of those things, then Last Stop is the perfect game to try and platinum over the course of a weekend.

The trophies shouldn't be too much of a pain for you to nab. The platinum trophy 'All Done' has already garnered a 15.90% completion rate on PSN. Chapter select unlocks after you beat the game once, so any collectibles or miscellaneous trophies you may have missed can be easily bagged after you've beaten the game.

SeanL

4. The Gardens Between

The Gardens Between offers up a visually stunning and inventive puzzler for you to work through. While the game itself is a solid, albeit, short experience, the platinum trophy ‘Platinum Garden’ is a lot of fun and incredibly easy to earn within just a few hours.

The game doesn’t feature any difficulty-based trophies and there are no missable trophies thanks to chapter select. There are miscellaneous trophies bundled up within The Gardens Between trophy list; however, these will most likely be earned naturally and can be quickly snatched up post-game if you do end up missing them on your initial playthrough. So, go on, what are you waiting for? This fabulous puzzle game is waiting to give you a brand-new platinum trophy.

Kes

3. 13 Sentinels Aegis Rim

This PS4 game is another banger from Vanillaware, the developers of Dragon's Crown. We've moved away from high fantasy for 13 Sentinels Aegis Rim, though. This time, we're getting 13 intertwined stories giving us a sci-fi epic with a riveting mystery at its core. I mean, just take a look at the art and you'll be sold. It's a stunning-looking game and even has a much more robust combat system than Vanillaware's previous games.

The 13 Sentinels Aegis Rim is going to take you around 30 hours, but is nowhere near as complicated as Dragon's Crown was. This is thanks to Chapter Select. Even though stories become non-linear and a bit complicated narratively, once you find a system you'll fly through the trophy list unlocking 100% story completions for every character. With collectibles to grab in reasonably linear levels, we feel confident that any trophy hunter picking this game up will breathe a sigh of relief at just being able to play and enjoy.

SeanL

2. The Artful Escape

The Artful Escape is a short, simple, and engaging platinum trophy to earn one evening. That's right, you can earn this platinum so quickly that you don't even need an entire weekend to work on it. There is chapter select available so you needn't worry about missables and there are no difficulty-related trophies on offer. Honestly, it's the perfect game for a fun and easy platinum.

Taking a look at the platinum trophy 'All Done' which is nestled up within The Artful Escape trophies, we can see that currently, it has an overall completion rate of 29.10% on PSN — which is one of the highest completion rates on this entire list. This should give you quite the confidence boost that you can grab this platinum quickly and simply without having to stress or worry about missing anything that could hinder the platinums unlock.

'Amp Jammer' is the only trophy that could be a pain to clean up through chapter select, however, it's also not that big of an issue. All of the amps you need to jump on are usually directly in the path of the main story and are huge blue glowing circles that you can't really miss. You should have this platinum trophy in your collection in no time.

Kes

1. Pinball Heroes

Pinball Heroes is a solid bit of ball flicking on PS Plus Premium courtesy of San Diego Studios (now the developer behind MLB The Show). As a PlayStation Studio, all the tables have a bit of official branding on them. So, you'll see Uncharted, Motorstorm, and Fat Princess tables, and that makes this an oddity well worth playing in and of itself. Plus, we miss Fat Princess, so any opportunity to revel in that long-lost IP is well worth it.

Now, it's also a ludicrously easy platinum trophy — particularly when you use the rewind functionality to beat the required scores on every table in the game. It's a simple process and incredibly addictive. You don't need a guide. Just sit down for around two hours and beat everything. The platinum trophy has a 74% unlock rate on this site — which is utterly absurd. See you later, ball flicker.

That brings us to the end of this month's picks for easiest platinums on PS Plus Extra and Premium. This guide will be updated monthly, so feel free to check back in regularly to see what new platinums you could strive to earn. What do you guys think of the list? Any of these platinums you will be aiming for? Or do you already have them all? Make sure to check out some of the best best PlayStation plus games for more gaming goodness. Sound off in the comments below!
Written by Sean Lawson
Sean is a Staff Writer who focuses on the geekiest Sony news. He specializes in PlayStation trophies, the best PS Plus games, RPGs, and fighting games. Sean is using this experience to cover Tekken 8, Dragon Age Dreadwolf, Baldur's Gate 3, and Dragon's Dogma 2 for PS5, all while he still dives into favorite games like Mass Effect, Tomb Raider, and Persona.
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