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Sony is Making Changes to PlayStation Trophies Ahead of PS5

1 month ago   |   By Game Skinny

PlayStation trophies have been around since the PS3. Over the past 12 years, the digital accolades have become part and parcel of the PlayStation ecosystem, with entire websites cropping up to keep track of trophy leaderboards. Other sites, such as PlayStationTrophies.org, have carved a niche by providing in-depth trophy guides and roadmaps for hunters going after every platinum.
To say Sony's answer to Microsoft's achievement system has been a success would be an understatement.
Sony is making changes to the trophy system in some small but important ways heading into the next generation...
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