Check out the easy Forspoken trophies that you needn't worry about

By Sean Lawson,

Starting up a huge open-world epic like Forspoken can be a little overwhelming, especially when it comes to trying to obtain the glorious platinum trophy. That's why we've pulled apart the Forspoken trophies to help you out.

The Forspoken trophies are now finally yours to try and obtain. We've compiled a list of the easiest Forspoken trophies that you needn't worry about. This way you can put your efforts into the trickier trophies that may take some time to earn. If you are wondering how the game shapes up, make sure to check out our Forspoken review.

Forspoken has a plethora of easy trophiesForspoken has a plethora of easy trophies

Taking your first glance at the trophy list may feel pretty overwhelming given the number of trophies on offer, but fear not, the trophy list for the most part is pretty straightforward. While there are certainly areas you need to keep a keen eye on, you should have a pretty simple ride to the platinum trophy. Especially if you focus on the trophies that really require that extra bit of attention.

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Story-related trophies

The first batch of easy trophies comes from the 12 story-related trophies that you will earn from naturally making your way through the chapters of Forspoken. Knocking these out of the equation along with the platinum reduces the 54 trophies to 41, making it a substantial drop in trophies that shouldn't concern you all that much. But, there are still many more you can put on the back burner. So, let's keep on dissecting this trophy list.

Name Description
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Hidden Trophy Continue playing to unlock this trophy. icon
Hidden Trophy Continue playing to unlock this trophy. icon
Hidden Trophy Continue playing to unlock this trophy. icon
ForspokenForspoken and the combat trophies

Forspoken has an ample amount of combat-based trophies for you to snatch up throughout the game. However, despite the game's huge focus on combat and mastering all of the spells, there isn't much focus on accomplishing impressive feats with the various spells we have access to. In fact, everything related to combat is pretty simple and you will most likely obtain most (if not all) of these trophies without even attempting to do so.

'Tit for Tat' may require a slight bit of attention compared to other trophies, but it should still not pose too much of an issue. If you are struggling, you could simply spam triangle in the midst of battle and eventually you will pull off a swift counterattack when an enemy attacks you. Do that ten more times and you are golden.

Slight spoiler regarding some hidden trophies incoming, as the ability Suppression is required to obtain 'Barely There,' and you will not be able to access this spell until after you finish the main story. Once acquired, engage some enemies until there is only one remaining and activate the skill, you will obtain the trophy after ten seconds have passed. However, I feel it's worth mentioning that I obtained this trophy while activating the skill outside of battle and standing still for ten seconds. 'Wildfire' will become obtainable after you have obtained the fire skill tree from Sila, simply use your Bind skill to trap an enemy and then quickly switch to Sila's magic and defeat the enemy with any fire skill you have access to. Boom, the trophy is all yours.

Name Description
Shocker Electrocute three enemies at once. icon
Leapfrogger Jump over enemies a total of ten times. icon
Tit for Tat Perform ten precision counters. icon
No Mercy Perform thirty Killer Blows. icon
Knock 'Em Dead Finish three or more enemies with a single blast of Surge Magic. icon
Help Me Out Here Use the Disperse spell three times in a single battle. icon
Hidden Trophy Continue playing to unlock this trophy. icon
Hidden Trophy Continue playing to unlock this trophy. icon
ForspokenForspoken and the parkour-based trophies

Forspoken boasts a huge open world for you to sprint around in, allowing you to make use of your sick Magic Parkour skill and pull off impressive stunts. There are even a few simple trophies you can unlock that centre around making use of your parkour skills. Though there are far fewer trophies relating to parkour than we would like, the few we have are quick and easy to accomplish once you have the corresponding skills. 'Hell of a Run' and 'Endless Runner' will come naturally to those of you who sprint around Athia, exploring and discovering all the various landmarks and collectables.

'Hop, Step, Jump' and 'I Can Fly!' will be unlocked later in the game, when you unlock these skills at their subsequent Founts of Blessing. 'I Can Fly' is a skill you won't be able to access until you are quite deep into the main story. Neither trophy is hard to accomplish and you will most likely earn both these trophies without even trying.

Name Description
Hop, Step, Jump Perform five Shimmies in a row. icon
Hell of a Run Perform magic parkour for twenty seconds continuously. icon
Endless Runner Travel a total of 100 km (62 mi) using magic parkour. icon
I Can Fly! Use Float to stay airborne for ten seconds. icon
ForspokenForspoken and its misc trophies

Miscellaneous trophies

These miscellaneous Forspoken trophies are mostly a part of a bigger picture, with the likes of 'Unlocked Potential,' 'Explorer: Seeker,' and 'Pilgrimage: Initiate' being the starting trophies of purchasing your first skill, finding your first landmark, and receiving your first stat boost from a monument — though you will need to find a lot of these for some of the more time-consuming and difficult trophies Forspoken has on offer. You'll obtain all of these fairly early into the game, with even a few of them being earned almost as if they are story-related.

Name Description
Call of the Fount: Baptized Acquire magical powers for the first time at a Fount of Blessing. icon
Unlocked Potential Spend mana to learn a spell for the first time. icon
Explorer: Seeker Visit ten points of interest. icon
Outdoorsperson Set up camp. icon
Pilgrimage: Initiate Visit your first monument. icon
Tinkerer Craft an item for the first time. icon
ForspokenForspoken and its Detours

Detours (side quests) are pretty limited in Forspoken, however; there are a few trophies that relate to completing these random quests that pop up in Cipal, most of which are really easy to accomplish.

The trophies in question are (some of which are hidden trophies) 'Rebirth,' 'A Roaring Trade,' 'Remembrance,' and 'Promises.' These trophies will all be obtainable after the main story has been completed and not a moment sooner. Simply complete the corresponding Detour and these trophies are yours.

'A Roaring Trade' may require a bit more effort as you'll need to complete every Detour that you obtain from the cats around Cipal. These are incredibly short and should be quick to mop up if you have missed any. 'Remembrance' will be earnable after you finished the Detour that earns you 'Promises.' As you can see, the tasks are interwoven with one another, making exploring most of the game an absolute must.

Name Description
Remembrance Say a complete set of remembrances to the departed. icon
A Roaring Trade Trade poppets for all available items. icon
Hidden Trophy Continue playing to unlock this trophy. icon
Hidden Trophy Continue playing to unlock this trophy. icon
Out of the 54 Forspoken trophies available, 35 of them are an absolute breeze to earn and won't pose much of a threat at all. Check out our guide on the Forspoken powers to get an idea of what spells you'll be slinging at your foes. Have you picked up Forspoken? What are everyone's thoughts on this game so far? Let us know in the comments down 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.