Easiest PlayStation Plus Extra, Premium platinum trophies

PlayStation Plus Extra and Premium allow players access to a plethora of incredible video games. The PS Plus games list is full of easy platinum trophies that you can earn to increase your trophy count.

Sony's PlayStation Plus collection allows players to jump in and out of a variety of incredible video game titles. PS4 and PS5 users have an amazing PS Plus games list to explore and earn trophies in. Are you looking for some easy platinum trophies to earn over the next weekend or two? Well, we at TrueTrophies can help guide your way as we take a look at some quick and easy platinums you can earn on PS Plus Extra and Premium.

Update: Three more games have been added for you to platinum throughout February 2023 on PS Plus!
Check out the easiest PS Plus platinum trophies to earn this February 2023!Check out the easiest PS Plus platinum trophies to earn this February 2023!

5 easy platinum trophies to earn on PS5 and PS4 in February 2023

Disaster Report 4: Summer MemoriesDisaster Report 4: Summer Memories is a rough gem well worth your time!

Disaster Report 4 Summer Memories

Disaster Report 4 Summer Memories difficulty rating icon 10 - 20 hours
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.

Chicken PoliceChicken Police is a game that exists, that it does.

Chicken Police Paint it Red

Chicken Police Paint it Red difficulty rating icon 10 - 20 hours
Chicken Police Paint it Red is a bizarre title and we doubt our power of persuasion could convince you that this is, somehow, an epic game that is well worth your time. Think of it like LA Noire, but in a dystopian, anthropomorphic animal setting — that's got to have piqued your interest. You play as a detective who just so happens to be a chicken — shocker — and you need to solve one last case before you retire for good. The humour and wit are on point, the noir aesthetic is captivating, and the game is just a bloody good romp.

Let's also add to the equation that the Chicken Police Paint it Red trophies are easy and a hoot to earn — chickens hoot, right? The platinum trophy 'The Chicken Police' currently sits with a completion rate of 9.6%, which is a decently high number if we do say so ourselves. Two trophies that you will need to keep an eye on are 'It was her, right' and 'Sherlock Combs' that task you with unlocking the secret ending and never failing a questioning — not one single honking time. Yes, I remembered what chickens sound like.

Adventure Time: Pirates of the EnchiridionAdventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion, go go go!

Adventure Time Pirates of the Enchiridion

Adventure Time Pirates of the Enchiridion difficulty rating icon 10 - 20 hours
In Adventure Time Pirates of the Enchiridion, you take control of some of the most iconic characters from the series (including Finn and Jake, of course) who wake up and discover that the Land of Ooo has been mysteriously flooded. Thus, they must set off on an adventure to get rid of the flood. All combat encounters are turn-based, like many of the best JRPGs on PlayStation.

The Adventure Time Pirates of the Enchiridion trophies aren't going to cause any major headaches. Seeing that the platinum trophy 'Pirates of the Enchiridion' only has a 2.7% completion rating on PSN may cause a few of you to raise an eyebrow or two, but we promise it really isn't all that difficult or time-consuming. The main thing here is that you'll need to reach max level with every character — therefore adding a bit of grind to the game. You will most likely be at level eight or 9 with each character after you have earned every other trophy. Just keep persevering and you'll have a shiny new platinum trophy before you know it.

deliver us the moon sequelDeliver Us the Moon is an easy PS Plus trophy haul

Deliver Us the Moon

Deliver Us the Moon difficulty rating icon 5 hours
The Deliver Us the Moon trophies are a super fast ride to space and back. This is a first-person puzzle adventure about climate change and space that we highly recommend. Clocking in at five to six hours, you will only need one run through the game to collect all the trophies and your wonderful platinum trophy. However, it’s probably best that you just relax and play at your own pace as chapter select makes missables a breeze. You have plenty of collectables to grab, a few miscellaneous task-based ones that are really good fun, and the inevitable story trophies. Off you go now, spaceperson.


Ratchet and Clank

Ratchet and Clank difficulty rating icon 35-50 hours
The Ratchet and Clank trophies provide you with exactly what you would expect from this legendary platforming series. If you miss the glory days of the classic PS2-era platforming games, then this new entry into this series will certainly appease that hunger you have — and it comes with an easy (yet stellar) platinum trophy to add to your growing collection of shiny platinum beauties.

The platinum trophy 'The Hero of Heroes' sits with a surprisingly small completion rate of 2.4% on PSN, yet according to the number of tracked players through TT, that still amounts to around 61,000 people. There are of course collectable-based trophies with 'Super Trader,' 'Full Gun Rack,' and 'Ultimate Explorer.' Then you have one trophy that can only be completed in a second playthrough and relates to beating the game on a higher difficulty — 'Challenging.' Thankfully this trophy can be earned in a new game plus, so all of your progress, upgrades, and so on, will carry over making this an absolute breeze to work through.

Ice Age Scrat's Nutty Adventure ~ TitledHeroArtIce Age Scrat's Nutty Adventure is an okay platformer to waste some time in

Ice Age Scrat's Nutty Adventure

Ice Age Scrat's Nutty Adventure difficulty rating icon 8-10 hours
Okay, here us out on this one. While Ice Age Scrat's Nutty Adventure might not be one of the best games out there, it's still a fun and relatively short game, with some inkling of Crash Bandicoot and Spyro the Dragon level of platforming — albeit nowhere near as polished. When it comes down to it, this game will provide you with more of a challenge and even a bit of mindless fun — something you can't say about those paid platinum games that keep cropping up on the PSN Store. At least this is a game with gameplay mechanics.

The Ice Age Scrat's Nutty Adventure trophies are easy, with you performing a bunch of simple miscellaneous trophies you are unlikely to miss all while you sweep up a bunch of story-based trophies along the way. There should be much stopping you from earning the platinum trophy 'Ice Came, Ice Saw, Ice Conquered.' Go on, have some mindless fun — you know you want to!

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? Sound off in the comments below!
Sean Lawson
Written by Sean Lawson
Sean is a Staff Writer with a focus on the geekiest Sony news. He writes stories about PlayStation exclusives like Marvel’s Wolverine, as well as RPGs and Fighting games. He is also excited for The Callisto Protocol and Forspoken to launch on PS5. Sean’s favourite games include Mass Effect, Tomb Raider, Tekken, and Persona.