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[top]Overview

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Players:1-2 offline, up to 4 online
Online Trophies: none
Cheat Codes Affect Trophies: nope
Estimated Time to Platinum: ~ 50 - 70 hrs
Minimum Playthroughs: 1 and some grinding, but 2 playthroughs are recommended. See the Roadmap for details.
Collectible Trophies: Yup, Heirlooms
Missable Trophies: Nope, there is chapter select.
Glitched Trophies: Finish What You Start seems to have some issues registering.



[top]Tips & Strategies

  • All trophies are listed in XMB order, making it easier for you to navigate through the guide.
  • While there are no online trophies you might find it easier to play with another skilled player when going for Leave it to the Pro. Check out The Official Resident Evil 6 Boosting Thread and team up!
  • Even though this game is an action shooter, ammo is scarce in Resident Evil 6. However, the game features a large variety of melee attacks. Make sure to learn how to chain your shooting and your melee attacks together for some nice combos. Looks awesome and saves loads of ammo. Shoot an enemy a couple of times until it staggers, then finish it off with a nice Coup de Grâce animation.
  • Always be prepared for random quick time events and for some frantic wiggling of the left stick of your controller. This seems to be a key element of the game design.
  • You have to collect the weapons with both characters if you want to use them with both. Example: You decide to play the second chapter of Chris' campaign as Piers, because you want to get that trophy and that one darned serpent emblem. You'll collect the shotgun in this level with Piers. If you switch back to Chris for chapter 3 he won't have the shotty. You will find tons of ammo for it though. Unlike in RE5 there is no way of swapping stuff with your partner, so... well.
  • In coop, all items are there for both players. If Player A grabs the shotty, it will still be there for Player B. Same counts for the emblems though: Both players will have to shoot them to collect them.
  • If you decide to play coop on your first run make sure that both players complete the entire chapter. If you join the game in the middle of a chapter you won't obtain the trophy for the completion of it. If you get disconnected the host has to quit the game, re-invite and continue from the last auto-save. You'll lose some progress but both players will get the trophy for the chapter completion. Thanks to flyingturk for the info.


[top]Roadmap

Note: All trophies mentioned in the roadmap function as links. Click them and you'll automatically jump to the relevant trophy description.

1. Step: Beat the entire game on Amateur or Normal


While professional difficulty is available right from the start in Resident Evil 6 there is really no reason to make your life miserable by starting the game on the hardest difficulty. If you want a challenge go ahead and do it; the difficulty trophies stack and you can get all of them out of the way at once. However, you'll need a shitload of skill points on your journey to plat for Mad Skillz anyway, so beating the game twice is by no means a waste of time.
So here is what I consider to be the best and most enjoyable way t to RESIDENT EVIL Platinum Trophy: Complete the entire game on Amateur and Normal. If you decide to follow my roadmap you'll get 70% of the trophies out of the way on your first run. Make sure to save some skill points to buy infinite ammo for your weapon of choice after you've beaten the game. Proceed to step 2 and beat the game on pro. After that, all that's left to do is clean up and some grinding for skill points. Easy as pie.

1.1. Leon's Campaign
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*Of course you can play the first three campaigns in a different order.
However, I'd recommend starting with Leon since you can obtain a vast amount of misc trophies in this campaign.

Chapter 1:
  • Complete the chapter to obtain the story related trophy Gone to Hell.
  • after you've beaten the chapter you should purchase your first skill for One is Better Than None. I highly recommend getting Item Drop Increase first.
  • You should have collected more than enough titles to unlock Titular Achievement from the main menu. Also get Check Out My Dogs while you are at it.

Chapter 2:
Chapter 3:
Chapter 4:
  • You might want to farm some Coup de Grace kills at the very beginning of the chapter for Finish What You Start, since this trophy is a bit glitchy.
  • Complete the chapter for the story related trophies Bit Trouble in China

Chapter 5:
1.2. Jake's Campaign

Chapter 1:
  • Start with Sherry or you won't be able to obtain the third Serpent Emblem in this chapter! While you are playing with her you should go for High Voltage. At the end of the chapter you'll earn the story related trophy Money Talks.

Chapters 2 + 3:
Chapter 4:
  • If you want to get both all Serpent Emblems and the special character related trophy in this chapter you'll have to start it twice. First, start the chapter with Sherry and shoot the first Serpent Emblem (see Heirlooms for its location). After this is done, quit to the main menu and restart the chapter with Jake. Make sure to earn Hard Choice before finishing the chapter for the story related trophy Still On The Run.

Chapter 5:
  • Nothing special in this chapter. Simply complete the campaign to earn the last story related trophy See You Around.

1.3. Chris' Campaign

Chapter 1:
Chapter 2:
  • There are two very good reasons to play with Piers in this chapter: One is the second serpent emblem which can only be obtained by Piers, the second it the trophy Bring the Heat, which can only be obtained while playing as Piers. Complete the chapter for Tragedy in Europe.

Chapter 3:
  • Complete the chapter for the story related trophy After Her!. You should also have gotten J'avo Genocide by now. If you haven't, stop being a pacifist.

Chapter 4:
  • This is one of the few chapters you'll have to complete twice. The very last emblem can only be obtained while playing as Piers, while it is almost impossible to obtain Flying Ace with an AI jet pilot (it's not impossible though, if you get extremely lucky and the AI dodges every missile the trophy will unlock). Even if you played with a human partner only one of you would be able to shoot the emblem. At the end of the chapter you'll obtain There's Always Hope.

Chapter 5:
  • Complete Chris' campaign and a trophy with the fitting name Duty Calls will unlock.

1.4. Ada's Campaign

Chapters 1, 2 and 3:
Chapter 4:
Chapter 5:
  • Complete the final chapter of Ada's story line for What's Next?. If you were playing on normal you'll also unlock Green around the Ears and Normal is Good. If you decided to play on Veteran or Pro right away you'll even unlock 3 or all 4 of the difficulty trophies. If you were playing on amateur you'll only get the bronze one now... but three of them at once after having beaten the game on pro.


2. Step: Beat the entire game on Professional
  • Professional is a joke with the right skills equipped. Race through the game, clean up and trophies you may have missed and after you've completed every chapter on pro you'll be awarded Leave it to the Pro and all other difficulty trophies you might still have been missing.
  • Check out your progress for Weapons Master in the Weapons section of the Records menu. If you don't want to have too much clean up work to do later now is the time to plan ahead.
  • Chances are that you also got B.O.W.s Are Ugly during this run. If you haven't don't worry, you'll get it in the next step at the latest.


3. Step: Clean up and Skill Point Farming
  • There shouldn't be much left to clean up really. If Covered in Brass didn't already unlock you should at least be really close by now. Play some rounds of Agent Hunt and Mercenaries for some easy new medals.
  • Start farming Skill Points. If you enjoy Mercenaries, play Mercenaries. Otherwise use the method described in the trophy description for Mad Skillz in this guide for some fast and easy skill points. Eventually you'll unlock this golden gem. Proceed to step 4.


4. Step: Platinum



[top]Trophies

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RESIDENT EVIL 6 Platinum Trophy
Congratulations! You've overcome all your fears in RESIDENT EVIL 6!

Congratz on your shiny new platinum trophy. Why not head over to the Official Platinum Difficulty Discussion thread and share your thoughts?

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The Longest Night
Complete the tutorial

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.

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Gone to Hell
Complete Chapter 1 in Leon's campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
Just as the trophy description says: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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Buried Secrets
Complete Chapter 2 in Leon's campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
Just as the trophy description says: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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Get on the Plane
Complete Chapter 3 in Leon's campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
Just as the trophy description says: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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Big Trouble in China
Complete Chapter 4 in Leon's campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
Just as the trophy description says: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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The Trouble with Women
Complete Chapter 5 in Leon's campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
Just as the trophy description says: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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Rescue the Hostages
Complete Chapter 1 in Chris' campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
Just as the trophy description says: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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Tragedy in Europe
Complete Chapter 2 in Chris' campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
Just as the trophy description says: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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After Her!
Complete Chapter 3 in Chris' campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
Just as the trophy description says: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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There's Always Hope
Complete Chapter 4 in Chris' campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
Just as the trophy description says: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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Duty Calls
Complete Chapter 5 in Chris' campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
Just as the trophy description says: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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Money Talks
Complete Chapter 1 in Jake's campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
Just as the trophy description says: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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A Revolting Development
Complete Chapter 2 in Jake's campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
Just as the trophy description says: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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Let's Blow This Joint
Complete Chapter 3 in Jake's campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
Just as the trophy description says: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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Still on the Run
Complete Chapter 4 in Jake's campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
Just as the trophy description says: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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See You Around
Complete Chapter 5 in Jake's campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
Just as the trophy description says: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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I Spy
Complete Chapter 1 in Ada's campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
To unlock Ada's campaign you'll have to beat the other three campaigns first. After that, it's the same as before: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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Counterintelligence
Complete Chapter 2 in Ada's campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
To unlock Ada's campaign you'll have to beat the other three campaigns first. After that, it's the same as before: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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This Takes Me Back
Complete Chapter 3 in Ada's campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
To unlock Ada's campaign you'll have to beat the other three campaigns first. After that, it's the same as before: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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Ada's Demise
Complete Chapter 4 in Ada's campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
To unlock Ada's campaign you'll have to beat the other three campaigns first. After that, it's the same as before: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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What's Next?
Complete Chapter 5 in Ada's campaign

This trophy is story related and cannot be missed.
To unlock Ada's campaign you'll have to beat the other three campaigns first. After that, it's the same as before: Complete the chapter and you'll be awarded this trophy. The game is pretty straightforward and you can always press to display the Objective Display Marker if you are unsure where to go next. If you should run into trouble check out the walkthrough hidden in the spoiler box below.

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Green around the Ears
Complete the entire game on Amateur

The difficulty trophies in Resident Evil 6 stack. See Leave it to the Pro below for more info.

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Normal Is Good
Complete the entire game on Normal

The difficulty trophies in Resident Evil 6 stack. See Leave it to the Pro below for more info.

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Back in My Day
Complete the entire game on Veteran

The difficulty trophies in Resident Evil 6 stack. See Leave it to the Pro below for more info.

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Leave It to the Pro
Complete the entire game on Professional

The difficulty trophies in Resident Evil 6 stack, so you could start playing on pro right from the beginning to get all four difficulty trophies at once. However, I wouldn't really recommend doing this, unless you're looking for a challenge. Two reasons:
  1. The difficulty you are playing on doesn't affect the skill points you'll receive and you'll need a shitload of skill points for Mad Skills anyway, so playing the game twice doesn't hurt.
  2. While the game is tough on pro if you don't have unlocked and levelled certain skills it becomes a walk in the park with a good combination of skills. So unless you are a fan of action shooters with a notorious lack of ammo beat the game twice to avoid frustration.

This being said I recommend the skills Firearm Level 3, Defense Level 3 and Unlimited Shotgun ammo. (The unlimited ammo skills become available once you have beaten all four campaigns.) Of course the magnums (Lightning Hawk and Elephant Killer) are more powerful, yet they are not available to all characters, and you don't want to waste your precious skill points on two different unlimited ammo skills. With this combination you will not run into any trouble whatsoever.

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Check Out My Dogs
Customize your dog tags

To customize your dog tag go to Play Game in the Main Menu and select Dog Tags. You can change the Template, the Emblem and the Title. You will be awarded your first new template for completing the first chapter of the game. The emblems are basically the trophy images. Earned a trophy you are particularly proud of? Put it on your dog tag if you don't have anything better to do. Titles are awarded for a number of different in-game achievements (see Titular Achievement below). Just change something on your dog tag and leave. The game will auto-save and you'll be awarded an easy bronze. Why not put it on your dog tag right away?

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Titular Achievement
Earn 10 different titles

Titles are in-game achievements in Resident Evil 6 which can be used to customize your Dog Tags. There is a total of 135 titles in this game and they can be earned for almost everything: Walking, dashing, helping or receiving help, melee attacks, head shots, kills and so on... You’ll get 10 titles in no time, probably while playing the first chapter. However, the trophy won't unlock right away. You'll have to check out your titles in the Dog Tags option in the Play Game menu.

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One Is Better Than None
Purchase one skill

Right after the first chapter (not the tutorial) you'll get the opportunity to spend the skill points you've collected on some awesome new skills. While it is completely up to you which skills you wanna buy I'd highly recommend going for the Item Drop Increase as early as possible. The reason is that this will not only increase the amount of bullets dropped but also the amount of skill points you'll get. Right after you've bought your first skill the trophy will pop.

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Mad Skillz
Max out all the skills that allow you to level up

The good news is: You do not need to buy all the skills in order to achieve this trophy. Just as the trophy description says, you'll just need to buy and max out all the skills that allow you to level up. It's pretty easy to determine which skills are needed for this trophy: If it says 'Level ...' after the skill name you need it.

This being said you still need a total of 954,000 skill points to buy everything you need for this trophy. If you are really good at The Mercenaries you'll find it pretty easy to rack up skill points in this game mode. However, if you suck at Mercenaries or if you simply can't be arsed to play it there is another good farming spot. Choose Chris' chapter 5 via chapter select, then run through the beginning of the chapter until you get to the circular room with the countdown. Pull all the levers and kill the B.O.W. for tons of skill points. Difficulty doesn't affect the skill points awarded, so it's recommended to do this on amateur. Once you are done, open the door and skip the cutscene. You'll notice the little typewriter icon in the upper left corner. This means your 20k skill points are being saved. Quit the game, rinse and repeat. One run takes about 8 minutes, so you can get up to 2,500 skill points per minute using this method.

Here are all the skills which are relevant for this trophy:

Skill Name
Description
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Firearm Increases firearm power by 10% 20% 50% 12,000 29,000 75,000
Melee Increases Melee attack power by 10% 20% 50% 10,000 25,000 75,000
Defense Reduces damages received by 20% 30% 50% 3,200 28,000 80,000
Lock-On Steadies hand when shooting 2,800 31,000 x
Rock Steady Reduces recoil 3,500 33,000 x
Critical Hit Increases the chance of scoring a critical hit by 50% 75% 100% 3,500 13,000 32,000
Piercing Increases level of piercing potential of firearms 12,000 28,000 55,000
J'avo Killer
(kill 30 J'avo to unlock)
Increases strength of attack against J'avo by 20% 50% 3,000 25,000 x
Zombie Hunter
(Kill 30 zombies to unlock)
Increases strength of attack against J'avo by 20% 50% 3,000 25,000 x
Combat Gauge Boost Increases your combat gauge by 70,000 90,000 x
Recovery Shorter recovery time when dying 10,000 70,000 x
Field Medic
Allows your parter to give you a few health tablets when rescuing you
12,000
95,000
x

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Silent Killer
Use a stealth attack to take down five enemies

To perform a stealth attack you have to approach an unsuspecting enemy from behind and press once you are near enough. If everything went as planned you character will perform a melee attack which will instantly kill your opponent. You don't even need to sneak for that, I got a lot of 'stealth kills' randomly, while I was mashing the melee button in crowded areas. However, the easiest way to obtain this trophy is to farm stealth kills. This way, you can get both this trophy and Give a Litte Push done pretty quickly and easily.

There are two very good spots for this. The first one is near the end of the second chapter of Leon's campaign. Down in the catacombs you'll come to an area with a some rope bridges. There is gonna be a rather inattentive zombie on the very first of these bridges. Run up to it and press to throw it off the bridge. This will count as both a stealth kill and as a 'little push'. Restart from the last checkpoint, rinse and repeat until both trophies unlock.

If you should have missed this opportunity there is another one at the beginning of the first chapter of Chris' campaign. About 15 in you'll come to a set of metal stairs with an enemy who has his back turned to you. Conveniently enough he is standing next to the railing. Sneak up to him and throw him off the stairs, reload your checkpoint and rinse and repeat until you got both trophies. Credits for this second location go to PowerPyx. You'll find a video walkthrough for this spot in the spoiler box below.

Video Walkthrough courtesy of PowerPyx

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Finish What You Start
Perform a coup de grace on ten enemies

This trophy might be a bit glitchy. Many people reported that, according to their dog tag titles or their Weapons section in the 'Records' menu, they got way more than the required number of Coup de Grâce kills but still no trophy. Actually it should be pretty simple: You are supposed to finish off an enemy with a melee attack. However, a lot of this finishing moves don't seem to count for this trophy. I got it randomly towards the end of Leon's campaign, after I had executed dozens upon dozens of Coup de Grâce kills throughout the game. However, PowerPyx found a strategy that works. Right at the beginning of chapter four of Leon's campaign you will have to fight another Lepotitsa. Shoot it until it kneels down and perform a normal melee attack with to finish it off. Each time you defeat this monster with a melee attack it will count as a Coup de Grâce. Go back to the main menu, restart the chapter and repeat the procedure until you get the trophy. Check out PowerPyx's video in the spoiler box below.

Video Walkthrough courtesy of PowerPyx

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Bob and Wave
Counter an enemy's attack three times in row

Obviously you'll need an attack to counter to begin with. Wait for an enemy (preferably a zombie, this doesn't seem to work with J'avo) to attack you. Once it swings you'll get a quick time prompt. Press at the right moment and your character will perform a counter attack. If you've killed your enemy with your counter attack, which is most likely gonna happen after the first or second counter attack, simply counter another enemy. After the third counter the trophy should unlock. If it doesn't, add a fourth or a fifth counter, some people have reported some issues with this trophy. A good place to attempt this is the graveyard in chapter two of Leon's campaign. There is a nice video walkthrough by PowerPyx in the spoiler box below, showing you how it's done.

Video Walkthrough courtsey of PowerPyx

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Down, Not Out
Defeat an enemy while dying, then recover without any help

Just like in RE5 it is possible to help a dying team mate. However, when you are dying in Resident Evil 6 the game also offers you the opportunity to save your own ass! If you are out of health the final blow will knock you to the ground. You'll hear your heartbeat pounding in your ears while your life force is slowly leaving you. However, your survival instinct is still intact. Press to ready your weapon and keep defending yourself. You'll notice a red bar in the middle of the screen. Keep defending yourself without getting hit until this bar is full and voilá - you just cheated death!

The easiest way to get this trophy is with a human partner (or with a second controller ). The AI will constantly be coming to your rescue, spoiling every opportunity to earn this trophy. If you want to obtain this trophy with an AI parter you can do two things: You could buy a skill for 100 skill points which prevents your partner from helping you. The skill is called 'Lone Wolf'. However, if you don't want to waste your skill points for a totally moronic skill like that you can just wait till chapter two of Leon's story line. Helena will be carrying someone, making it impossible for her to help you. Find a couple of enemies, let them knock you out, then crawl away and shoot them until you've recovered. You must kill at least one of them in the process to meet the trophy requirements.

Video Walkthrough courtesy of PowerPyx

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Lifesaver
Help or rescue your partner ten times

If your partner is in trouble he/she will yell for help and you'll see a little red indicator on your mini-map, showing you the right direction. Run up to your partner and press to help. After you've done this for the tenth time the trophy will unlock.

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Weapons Master
Use all the weapons in the game and kill ten enemies with each of them

I've compiled a table for you with all the weapons you need to use for this trophy, including the characters who can equip them and their locations in the game. Kill 10 enemies with each weapon and the trophy will unlock right after your final kill. You can always check your progress in the 'Weapons' section of the 'Records' menu.

Weapon
Character(s) Availability Location
Nine-Oh-Nine Chris Starting Weapon n/a
Picador Helena Starting Weapon n/a
Wing Shooter Leon Starting Weapon n/a
Shotgun Leon + Helena /
Jake + Sherry
Chapter 1 /
Chapter 4
L. + H.: Right after the apartement with the TV-zombies.
J. + S.: On a balcony, you can hardly miss it.
Assault Shotgun Chris + Piers /
Ada
Chapter 2
Chapter 1
C.+P.: In a small storage room, after you destroyed the giant
Ada: On a workbench, right on your path.
Hydra Helena Starting Weapon
n/a
Lightning Hawk Leon + Helena Chapter 4
In the cockpit of the plane, right at the start of the chapter.
Elephant Killer Jake + Sherry Chapter 1
In the large room where you fight the Ustanak the first time, on the second floor.
Sniper Rifle Jake + Sherry /
Ada
Chapter 2 /
Chapter 2
J. + S.: Near the beginning of the level, you can't miss it.
Ada: Right next to the switch for the gallows.
Semi-Automatic Sniper Rifle Leon + Helena /
Chris + Piers
Chapter 2 /
Chapter 4
L. + H.: In the cathedral, near the Madonna of Grief.
C. + P.: Near the beginning of the level, in a store room.
Anti-Materiel Rifle Piers Starting Weapon n/a
Ammo Box 50 Ada Starting Weapon
n/a
Triple Shot Shrerry Starting Weapon
n/a
MP-AF (Machine Pistol - Accurate Fire) Piers Starting Weapon n/a
Assault Rifle For Special Tactics Chris Starting Weapon
n/a
Bear Commander Jake + Sherry /
Ada
Chapter 3 /
Chapter 4
J. + S.: After the Buddha-'puzzle'.
Ada: After picking up the three passcodes. Follow the marker.
Assault Rifle RN Leon + Helena Chapter 3
In one of the caskets near the beginning of the level.
Grenade Launcher Chris + Piers Chapter 3
Before the second chopper battle, you need it to continue.
Hand Grenade Chris + Piers / Ada n/a
crates, barrels, enemies...
Incendiary Grenade Leon + Helena / Ada n/a
crates, barrels, enemies...
Remote Bomb Leon + H. / Jake + S. n/a
crates, barrels, enemies...
Crossbow Ada Starting Weapon n/a
Survival Knife Leon Starting Weapon n/a
Combat Knife Chris Starting Weapon n/a
Stun Rod Sherry Starting Weapon
n/a

This trophy will unlock in-game as soon as you've achieved at least 10 kills with each and every weapon mentioned above.

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Give a Little Push
Knock ten enemies off a high place

You can get this trophy together with Silent Killer. All it involves is a couple of minutes of farming. There are two very good spots for this. The first one is near the end of the second chapter of Leon's campaign. Down in the catacombs you'll come to an area with some rope bridges. There is gonna be a rather inattentive zombie on the very first of these bridges. Run up to it and press to throw it off the bridge. This will count as both a stealth kill and as a 'little push'. Restart from the last checkpoint, rinse and repeat until both trophies unlock.

If you should have missed this opportunity there is another one at the beginning of the first chapter of Chris' campaign. About 15 in you'll come to a set of metal stairs with an enemy who has his back turned to you. Conveniently enough he is standing next to the railing. Sneak up to him and throw him off the stairs, reload your checkpoint and rinse and repeat until you got both trophies. Credits for this second location go to PowerPyx. You'll find a video walkthrough for this spot in the spoiler box below.

Video Walkthrough courtesy of PowerPyx

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Rising Up
Earn a level-four title

If you check out your titles in the Dog Tags option in the Play Game menu you'll notice that they have stars on them. That's the rank of your title. To level up a title you simply have to perform more headshots, dashes, zombie kills, awesome death and so on and so forth. To check your progress simply select a title. Some of them are hidden though, so you'll get something like ??? 10/30. :S The maximum level of a title is rank four, so once you have you see 4 stars on one of your titles you'll be awarded this trophy. You can take this literally by the way, you have to check out your titles for this trophy to unlock. I had about 10 titles at rank 4 when I got the trophy.

While it is possible to 'boost' some of the titles (like awesome deaths for example) this is a total waste of time, since you'll have dozens of them at rank 4 through normal progression in the game in no time. So unless you are really desperate for another *ding* just keep playing and enjoying the game and you can be sure that the trophy will unlock once you re-visit the Dog Tags menu after 2 or 3 campaigns.

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They're ACTION Figures!
Collect 3 figures

In order to unlock figures you have to collect Serpent Emblems. See Heirlooms below for a complete guide for all 80 Serpent Emblems. To check your progress, select Special Features Collections from the main menu. There you are gonna find jukeboxes for the different story lines. Each has a table with 6 rows and 5 columns. The first 5 rows represent the 5 chapters, the first 4 columns represent the serpent emblems in chronological order. You'll be awarded a figure for every row or column you complete. So you will get a figure if you found all four Serpent Emblems in the first chapter of a story line and you will get a figure if you found the first emblems in chapters 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. If you have found all the emblems in a campaign you'll be awarded one extra figure. Still with me? If you are following the collectibles guide in the description for Heirlooms you'll meet the requirements for this trophy after the third chapter of any given story line. However, the trophy won't pop right away. The game wants you to check out your treasures first. Go to Special Features Collections in the main menu. If you've unlocked at least three figures at this point you'll hear that satisfying *ding* again.

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Stuntman
Defeat 20 enemies with the Hydra using a quick shot

The Hydra is Helena's shotgun, so you'll have to play with her in order to obtain this trophy. To perform a quick shot with it you'll have to press and simultaneously. Helena will shoot from the hip, sometimes pretty awesome kill animations will be triggered. A good place to farm quick shot kills is chapter 5 of Leon's campaign. Escape from the gas until you'll come to a 'coop-door'. Do not open it yet but stay in this corridor. Zombies will keep respawning; execute them with quick shots until the trophy unlocks. This shouldn't take longer than 5 minutes. If you have enough skill points I recommend buying and equipping the Shotgun Shell Pickup Increase so you won't run out of ammo too quickly.

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Bring the Heat
Take down an enemy 50 meters away with a headshot using the thermal scope

Piers' Anti-Material Rifle (one of his default weapons) is the only weapon with a thermal scope in the entire game, so you'll have to play with him in order to obtain this trophy. The beginning of the second chapter of Chris' and Piers' campaign is perfect for this. Right at the beginning of the chapter move back as far as possible and then look out for the snipers near the bridge in the distance. Aim and press to switch on the thermal scope. You'll see the enemy in white. BOOM! HEADSHOT! BOOM! TROPHY! If you should screw up, just reload the last checkpoint.

Video Walkthrough courtesy by PowerPxy

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High Voltage
Defeat ten enemies with a stun rod charge attack

You'll have to play with Sherry in order to unlock this trophy, since she is the only character in the game who has this weapon. To charge the stun rod, press and hold and . After a couple of seconds you will see some sparks of electricity. Your rod is now fully charged. Release it on a nearby enemy to roast it. A good place to go for this trophy is the first chapter of Jake's campaign. There are two reasons for that: 1. You'll have to play as Sherry anyway or you won't be able to obtain the third Serpent Emblem and 2. the enemies in this chapter are relatively easy to kill, making it easier to obtain this trophy.

Video Walkthrough courtesy of PowerPyx

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Zombie Massacre
Defeat 500 zombies

Nothing more to add really. Unless you are on a speed-run you will get this trophy through natural progression. Just keep killing zombies and the trophy will pop eventually. We are talking about the good old zombies here, you know, the 'Braaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaains' kind of guys. J'avo and B.O.W. do not count towards this trophy. There are thousands of zombies waiting to be killed in Resident Evil 6 so this really shouldn't be an issue. I got the trophy at the beginning of the third chapter of the Leon campaign, which was the first campaign I played.
You always check your progress under Records in the main menu.

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J'avo Genocide
Defeat 500 J'avo

Basically the same as Zombie Massacre above. The only difference is that you'll have to kill J'avo instead of zombies to earn this trophy. You'll find tons of J'avo in Edonia and Lanshiang. Unlike zombies they are capable of speech, so they can communicate and organize their attacks. They can also use weapons. J'avo are able to regenerate severed limbs. However, more often then not this regeneration will result in gruesome mutations of the limb(s) in question. The result is a variety of possible mutations, ranging from spider-like creatures to flying moth-like enemies. Long story short: Kill 500 of those bastards and you'll be awarded another trophy.

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B.O.W.s Are Ugly
Defeat 100 enemies that have come out of a chrysalid

Particularly unlucky victims of the C-Virus will at some point enter the chrysalid state; they will freeze in place and a semi-transparent cocoon envelopes them. Inside this cocoon, the J'avo will undergo a further mutation. After a certain time the new creature will hatch from its cocoon. The result is a 'perfect mutation' which comes in different varieties. There are the quickly moving Strelats, the slow but powerful brutes called Napads, the flying Mesets and the incredibly annoying insect swarm creatures called Gnezdos. All of them have one thing in common: They drop a huge amount of skill points. So if you shouldn't get this trophy on your first playthrough you'll most probably get is while grinding for Mad Skillz.

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I Prefer Them Alive
Rescue two female survivors at the cathedral

After solving the little puzzle in the cathedral you'll be introduced to your first ... . This kind of enemy basically has assholes all over its body, and from time to time it will fart blue gas, turning the survivors in the cathedral into zombies. In order to rescue them all you have to do is to kill that thing as quickly as possible. Use your best weapon (I'd recommend the shotgun) and confront it near the altar. Pump lead into it until it's pulp. Simple as that. I recommend doing this on easy difficulty as it might take you too long to kill that thing on normal or above.
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Flying Ace
Pilot the VTOL without getting a scratch on it

You have to play as Chris in order to obtain this trophy! At the very end of Chapter 4 of Chris' Campaign you will be piloting a jet fighter. You have to destroy all anti-aircraft guns on the deck of an enemy ship while evading incoming missiles with .
Piers will take care of the anti-aircraft guns, all you have to do is to get them into his field of vision. Concentrate on flying that damn jet. Try not to crash into the helicopters or the ship and do a barrel roll with whenever prompted. While you are doing this keep one eye on the health status of your jet at all times! If you should see it glowing red this means you got hit. In this case restart the last checkpoint immediately! After all the anti-aircraft guns have been destroyed you'll have to protect Piers and shoot incoming enemies. As far as I know you can't damage your jet in this part of the level, but it doesn't hurt to be cautious. The trophy will unlock once the final cutscene of this chapter starts.

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Note: It was brought to my attention that it is actually possible to obtain this trophy while playing as Piers. If you are extremely lucky the AI will dodge all missiles and the trophy will unlock. This is highly unlikely though, since the AI sucks at piloting that jet. Thanks for the info to Thembones.

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Hard Choice
Shoot the helicopter pilot with a Magnum at point-blank range

You have to play with Jake to obtain this trophy! You don't need the Elephant Killer (Magnum) for it though. If you don't have it, Jake will magically produce one and shoot the pilot nontheless. You'll come to an area with mutated J'avo and a helicopter. While Chris and Piers are fighting the chopper it will drop some enemies once in a while. This is what you are waiting for: Grab one of the ropes the J'avo were using to climb down and climb up. Once you are on top shoot the pilot right in the face for the trophy.
Note: If you take too long Chris and Piers will shoot down the helicopter and a cutscene will be triggered. If you should see that cutscene before getting the trophy then leave the game immediately! Otherwise the damn auto-save feature will save your progress and you would have to start the chapter from scratch.

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Sneaking Around
Get through the aircraft carrier's bridge area without being noticed

This is in chapter 4 of Ada's campaign. Make sure to save some non-explosive bolts for your crossbow before going for this trophy, as you will have to stealth-kill a couple of enemies.

The relevant section starts after the short cutscene where you encounter Chris and Piers (and Chris yells: 'Ada, stop!'). Follow the path until you are outside, then make sure to stay out of the spotlight. Once you are back inside again just crawl through the vents while Chris and Piers are fighting underneath you. Leave the vents, follow the path and sneak past the insect swarm monster. Jump out of the window and 'escape' from the search light again. This time around it's a bit more tricky, there are a couple of obstacles in your way and you have to hide behind stuff. Make sure to press and hold so Ada will run and jump over obstacles automatically. Luckily you triggered a checkpoint when jumping out of the window. If you screw up, simply reload your last checkpoint. Back inside, shoot the enemy in the head with your crossbow and climb up the ladder. Upstairs you'll find more vents. Shoot the cockroaches that are roaming them so they won't notice you later. You are almost there. After the cutscene, go back inside and take the stairs down. There will be an enemy patrolling the next area; stealth kill him with your crossbow. Use the elevator down. The trophy should unlock once you leave the area for the heli pad.

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Covered in Brass
Earn 150 different medals

The good news is: You do NOT have to obtain 150 different medals in story mode to earn this trophy. You can obtain medals throughout the campaigns, Agent Hunt and The Mercenaries and they will all count towards this trophy. There is a total of 264 different medals which can be earned in Resident Evil 6: 175 in story mode, 45 in Agent Hunt and 44 in The Mercenaries. This means there is absolutely no reason to go out of your way for this trophy. You should have well over 100 medals after you've beaten all four campaigns. If you didn't start on Professional you'll have to beat the game again anyway, earning a couple of new medals on your way. If you still didn't earn the trophy at the end of you second run just play a couple of rounds of Mercenaries or Agent Hunt and you should be good.

You can always check your progress: Select Play Game in the main menu, then go to Dog Tags and check your Titles. From the first page of titles (the default title Resident Evil should be in the upper left corner) press four times and you should see a title called 'Decorated Agent' in the middle of the top row, telling you how many different medals you've earned in the campaign. Press twice from here for 'Decorated Mercenary', press once from here for 'Decorated Hunter' (note: you might have to earn at least one medal to unlock those titles, so if you haven't played a single round in those game modes you won't find the titles here). Just do the math and see how many medals you are still missing.

The guys over at the Resident Evil wiki compiled a complete list of all medals in Resident Evil 6. Check it out if you are curious about a certain medal.

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Heirlooms
Collect all the serpent emblems

Yay, B.S.A.A. emblems all over again! This time around they are called Serpent emblems, but they are blue and you'll have to shoot them in order to 'collect' them, so it's basically the same. There is a total of 80 Serpent emblems hidden throughout Resident Evil 6, and when I say hidden I mean it. Some of them are really hard to find, so it's good to have a guide. There are 4 emblems in every chapter, so there are 20 emblems each in Leon's, Chris', Jake's and Ada's campaign. If you should have missed an emblem no worries, you can get them via chapter select. You don't even have to make it to the next checkpoint. Once you have collected a missing emblem you can quit the game at once. To check your progress, select Special Features Collections from the main menu. There you are gonna find jukeboxes for the different story lines. Each has a table with 6 rows and 5 columns. The first 5 rows represent the 5 chapters, the first 4 columns represent the serpent emblems in chronological order. You'll be awarded a figure for every row or column you complete.

As always we have both, a brilliant video guide brought to you by PowerPyx and a detailed written guide for those who prefer a text. Both are hidden in the spoiler boxes below.


1. Leon's Campaign


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2. Chris' Campaign


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3. Jake's Campaign


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4. Ada's Campaign


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