Grab these quick and easy platinum trophies in the PSN Store sale

By Sean Lawson,

The PSN Store is overflowing with possible platinum trophies to earn. With so much choice and games to look through, it can be hard finding the right games to buy. We at TT have tried to help you in your platinum hunt.

The PSN Store sale is currently in full swing, you can check out all of the games currently on sale for NA and EU through our lovely little sale lists. We at TrueTrophies have decided to look through all these sales and find some quick and easy platinum trophies for you to earn on PS5, PS4, whilst also having a good time in the process.

Easy and qucik PSN Platinums

PS5, PS4 platinum trophies to earn from the PSN Sale

With so many games to look through it can be hard to decide on what is worth purchasing on your PS5, PS4 consoles. Especially with the recent unveiling of the PS Plus games this month dragging your attention elsewhere. We hope this small selection of games helps you out in deciding what your next platinum trophy will be. We went for a list that provides you with fun, quick and easy platinums, but also gives you substance and quality as well.

Get ready to dance your socks off!Get ready to dance your socks off!

Persona 5 Dancing In Starlight

Persona 5 Dancing In Starlight difficulty rating 2/10 8-10 hours
Persona 5 Dancing In Starlight might not have much in terms of story. But who cares? We get to play an awesome rhythm game with all of our favourite Phantom Thieves taking centre stage. It's so much fun dancing, bopping, and vibing along to a plethora of remixed songs from the Persona 5 OST.

Although there isn't much of a story and the focus is more on the rhythm gameplay unlike its predecessor, Persona 4 Dancing All Night, there is still a semblance of a story to enjoy as you dance your socks off. You have arrived in the Velvet Room, where you will partake in a dancing competition to prove you are the best of the best Persona users around. Your competitors are facing off against you in their very own competition that you can see unfold in Persona 3 Dancing In Moonlight.

The Persona 5 Dancing In Starlight trophies are delightfully easy. The platinum trophy is called 'Dancing In Starlight' and has amassed a completion rate of 19.4% from PSN users and 49.1% from TT users. Most songs can be beaten on either easy or normal; however, one trophy is called 'Infiltration Route Secured' requires you to beat a stage on hard difficulty. Besides this trophy, everything else is pretty easy to earn and shouldn't cause too many issues. So, get out there and get dancing!

Persona 5 Dancing in Starlight is currently on sale for $8.99/£7.49.

Goosebumps 1Goosebumps is a fun point and click adventure

Goosebumps The Game

Goosebumps the Game difficulty rating 2/10 2-5 hours
Goosebumps the Game is a fun and quick little point-and-click adventure game that highlights some of the infamous villains from the legendary book and TV series. The game is certainly not a horror game by a long shot and features more silly moments than anything else. It is a fantastic trip down nostalgia lane for anyone who was a fan of this series as a child or an adult.

The story has you manoeuvring around a whole host of familiar locations as you run into a variety of recognisable faces and fangs. Your main goal is to stop Sid the Dummy who is wreaking havoc in this small little town you reside in. Solve puzzles and riddles whilst you make your way to a final showdown against this wooden dummy.

Goosebump the Game trophies are ridiculously easy and the platinum trophy called 'You Can't Scare Me!' can be earned in around 2-3 hours if you are using a guide, maybe 5-or-so hours if you don't. The platinum trophy has a completion rate of 9.2% from PSN users and 69.7% from TT users. Most other trophies have a high completion rate, it's just about being strategic about which ones you are going for along your playthrough. With a bit of patience, you should have yourself a very quick and easy platinum on your hands here.

Goosebumps the Game is currently on sale for $2.99/£2.79; so it is an absolute bargain.

Shakedown Hawaii is one mental and a hilariously good time!Shakedown Hawaii is one mental and a hilariously good time!

Shakedown Hawaii

Shakedown Hawaii difficulty rating 3/10 10-15 hours
Shakedown Hawaii is an open-world action-adventure game developed by Vblank Entertainment. Taking place after Retro City Rampage, Shakedown Hawaii works as a parody of retro games, 1980s pop culture, manipulative business practices, and most notably the GTA series. The game has a very similar aesthetic to the Grand Theft Auto games that were released on the PS1.

This will most likely be the most time-consuming and difficult of all the platinum trophies on this list. With that in mind, the Shakedown Hawaii trophies aren't anything crazy and shouldn't pose too much of an issue to anyone gunning for that platinum trophy called 'Platinum.' This aptly named effort has a completion rate of 13.4% from PSN users and 47.9% from TT users. The trophies all centre around doing insane and weird things in this open world such as 'Chopped A Man Bun,' 'Flushed Out!, and 'Heads Up!'

Shakedown Hawaii is currently on sale for $7.99/£6.39, so if this retro style feels like it is for you, make sure you grab it while the sale lasts.

11 11 Memories Retold11-11 Memories Retold is on sale now!

11-11 Memories Retold

11-11 Memories Retold difficulty rating 3/10 6-10 hours
11-11: Memories Retold is an emotional narrative-driven story that follows the lives of two soldiers on both sides of the front during World War I. The game has a stunning and truly unique graphic style where everything feels like it has been painted. It's quite breathtaking in some scenes. The game comes from developers DigixArt who also created Road 96.

This title currently appears on our Easiest PlayStation Plus Extra, Premium platinum trophies list, which means if you subscribe to either the PS Plus Extra or Premium tiers, you already have access to this title. Yay.

The game itself is relatively short, however, to earn all of the 11-11 Memories Retold trophies, you will have to put in a little bit of extra work, nothing too strenuous we assure you. The main trophy to watch out for is 'Historian' which is a collectable-based gold trophy. The lovely platinum trophy called simply called '100%' sits with a completion rate of 5.2% on PSN and a whopping 48.3% from our very own TT users.

The game is currently on sale on the PSN Store for a lovely $4.79/£3.19, so snatch this one up if the game looks like your sort of thing.

That's the current sale picks. Are any of these standing out to you? Or are there other platinum trophies that have taken your interest? Let us know 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 unobtainable PlayStation trophies, the best PS Plus games, as well as RPGs and Fighting games. He is also excited for Tekken 8, Dragon Age Dreadwolf, Baldur's Gate 3, and Dragon's Dogma 2 to launch on PS5. Sean’s favourite games include Mass Effect, Tomb Raider, Tekken, and Persona.
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