Powerwash Simulator’s broken PS5 trophies are finally getting fixed

PowerWash Simulator is getting its unobtainable trophies fixed via patch, letting PS5 and PS4 players finally earn the game's platinum trophy once more.

Powerwash Simulator’s broken PS5 trophies are finally getting fixed
Miri Teixeira

Miri Teixeira

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Platinum-hungry power washers are in for a treat, as a new update promises Powerwash Simulator's unobtainable PS5 trophies are finally getting fixed. Getting the full house of PowerWash Simulator trophies has been a bit of a lottery up until now, but according to the game's official X account, a bug-fixing patch is en route. Looks like we'll get to take this one off our list of unobtainable PS5 platinum trophies at long last.

Powerwash Simulator PS5 trophy bug will soon be fixed

The Powerwash Simulator devs have cleaned up their act with confirmation that the broken "As It Was Foretold" trophy on PS5 and PS4 will get a fix. The developer Futurlab confirmed via X, alongside the reveal of the game's upcoming Warhammer 20K DLC release date, that the trophy-fixing patch will go live on Tuesday, February 27, 2024.

Powerwashvia X.

Futurlab had previously confirmed details of the patch in a tweet, stating: "We can confirm that levels will not need to be replayed in order to award this, it will trigger on startup after updating."

That's good news, as it means fans of Powerwash Simulator who have met this trophy's conditions — which states it unlocks after completing all 38 Career Mode levels with 190 Stars — won't have to do anything other than boot up the game to claim this.
With so many players receiving Powerwash Simulator via PS Plus in December 2023, I'm sure there's more than a few of you out there who have been waiting desperately for this patch.

Let us know if you were affected by the broken trophy in the comments below. Meanwhile, why not try your hand at some of the easiest PS5 platinum trophies to pad out your collection?
Written by Miri Teixeira
Miri's hobbies outside of gaming inform everything about their on-screen preferences: Lots of reading, irritatingly tough puzzles, and anything vaguely historical. As such, they're always on the lookout for another Disco Elysium-type read-a-thon, a Myst-like island to get lost in, or an ancient time capsule like The Forgotten City. Other than that, if anything is being described as "weird and unsettling", it's either Miri, or their new favorite indie game.
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