Ghostwire Tokyo has a total of 57 trophies and acquiring them all will reward you with the platinum trophy in the game. Our Ghostwire Tokyo trophy lists along with certain requirements that you need to perform in order to receive all Gold, Silver, Bronze and Hidden Bronze trophies in the game. While you’re at it, consider reading our Ghostwire Tokyo Review.
GhostWire Tokyo Platinum Trophy
Obtaining all the trophies we have listed below will unlock the “Ghostwire Tokyoite” platinum trophy.
GhostWire Tokyo Gold Trophies
There are two Gold trophies players can unlock in Ghostwire Tokyo. We have listed them here along with requirements you need to complete so as to unlock the trophies.
Hero of Shibuya
Players can unlock this Gold trophy in Ghostwire Tokyo after completing the campaign mode or story mode by transferring 100% of the spirits in the city.
Players will be able to unlock this Gold trophy after obtaining all the items for the Outfit Menu in the game. However, the bonus content will not count towards trophy progression. Read our Ghostwire Tokyo All Outfit Locations guide and collect them all.
GhostWire Tokyo Silver Trophies
Players will be able to unlock four Silver trophies in Ghost Wire Tokyo. None of the trophies are missable and you can acquire them easily. Here is the list of Silver trophies in Ghostwire Tokyo along with requirements to complete and unlock the respective trophies.
Players can obtain this Silver trophy after acquiring all 123 relics in Ghostwire Tokyo. All of these collectibles are spread wide across the game’s world and you can easily track them as well via Relic-Hunting Nekomatas.
You will be able to unlock Power Overwhelming Silver trophy in Ghostwire Tokyo after obtaining all 33 prayer beads in the game. Players can acquire this upgrade item via finishing the game with 100% spirits transferred or clearing shrines and doing the Relic-Hunting Nekomatas.
Salvation of All
Unlocking Salvation of All Silver trophy in Ghostwire Tokyo will require you to transfer 100% of the spirits in Tokyo. There are 240,300 Spirits scattered in the game’s open-world and players will need to absorb them all to count towards 100% milestone. After completing the task, Salvation of All Silver trophy will be unlocked in Ghostwire Tokyo.
Players can unlock the fourth Silver trophy called Wishmaker after completing all 42 side missions in Ghostwire Tokyo. You can always approach missions in the order as you like and none of these side missions/quest are missable as you can come back to them after finishing the main story of the game.
GhostWire Tokyo Bronze Trophies
There are 50 Bronze trophies players can acquire in Ghostwire Tokyo and 12 out of these are Hidden Bronze trophies. None of the trophies listed below are glitched and you can acquire them in a single playthrough. Also, you can play the game on any difficulty and still you’ll be able to acquire all Bronze trophies in Ghostwire Tokyo.
Acquiring the Helping Hand trophy in Ghostwire Tokyo should come naturally to you as play the game and transfer 25% of spirits in Tokyo city.
The Savior trophy will unlock after you’ve progressed transferring from 25% to 50% of the spirits in Tokyo City. This again will unlock as you progress game’s campaign.
The Problem Solver Bronze trophy will be unlocked as soon as you complete your first side mission in Ghostwire Tokyo
Opening a Path
Players will be able to unlock Opening a Path Bronze trophy in the game by approaching and cleaning at least one Torri gate. It does not matter which Torri gate you approach first, you will unlock the trophy after cleansing it.
Cleansing all of the Torii gates in Ghostwire Tokyo will take time but after you’ve done cleansing 100% of it, you will unlock the Liberator Bronze trophy in Ghostwire Tokyo. Essentially, there are 30 torri gates in the game, and cleansing each one of these removes fog in the area, allowing you to fully see the map.
As mentioned above that there are 123 relics in Ghostwire Tokyo and obtaining the first relic will unlock Treasure Hunter Bronze trophy in the game.
Mind and Body
Acquiring the Mind and Body Bronze trophy in the game will require you to unlock all Spirits Skills of your character. Essentially, you will be required to upgrade all three Spirit Skills that includes Abilities, Equipment and Ethereal Weaving. Once you’ve done it all, you will unlock Mind and Body Bronze trophy.
On the Same Wavelength
Players will be required to reach maximum character level to unlock On the Same Wavelength trophy in Ghostwire Tokyo. The trophy should come naturally to you as you progress main story, side missions and other collectible activities.
Shibuya Is My Back Yard
Acquiring the Shibuya Is My Back Yard Bronze trophy guide will require you to search and find all 31 landmarks in Ghostwire Tokyo. As you progress the main and side missions in the game, you’d be able to find most landmarks naturally. However, if you want to get the platinum trophy, you will have to make time and find the remaining ones.
Echoes of the Past
There are 17 voice logs in Ghostwire Tokyo and when you obtain your first voice log in the game, you’d unlock Echoes of the Past Bronze trophy in the game. Consider reading our Ghostwire Tokyo Voice Logs Locations guide.
The Whole Truth
Similar to Echoes of the Past trophy, if you acquire all 17 voice logs in the game, you’d unlock The Whole Truth Bronze trophy in Ghostwire Tokyo. If you don’t know where to look for voice logs, pay a close attention while you are near shrines and payphones.
It’s All Thanks to Yokai
Players will need to acquire at least one Magatama in order to unlock It’s All Thanks to Yokai Bronze trophy in the game. The only way to receive Magatama in the game is to play and complete Yokai Hunts.
With Their Powers Combined
Similar to the Bronze trophy we listed above, if you manage to get all 40 Magatama in Ghostwire Tokyo, you will unlock With Their Powers Combined Bronze trophy.
Players will be able to unlock Roadside Spirituality Bronze trophy by praying to at least one Jizo Statue in Ghostwire Tokyo. The trophy should come naturally as you can easily spot Jizo Statues while roaming the streets of corrupted Tokyo.
Similar to the trophy we listed above, the Pilgrim Bronze trophy can be unlocked by praying to all 52 Jizo Statues in the game. You will come across most of the statues while playing main, side missions and other activities. However, if you’ve still not got them all then you need to go out of your way and find the missing Jizo Statues. It is because these also increase your element power by +1 SP, of course, depending on which Jizo statue you find and pray to. While you’re here, read our Ghostwire Tokyo Jizo Statue Locations and get them all.
Your Tail’s Showing
Players will be able to unlock Your Tail’s Showing Bronze trophy in Ghostwire Tokyo by finding and collecting all 25 missing Tanuki in corrupted Tokyo. However, before you go out of your way and try to hunt them all, you will first need to complete a side mission. Read our Ghostwire Tokyo Tanuki locations guide and hunt down all 25 Tanuki in the game.
In order to unlock the Gourmand Bronze trophy, players need to consume 50 types of food and drink items in Ghostwire Tokyo. You will come across most of these consumable items while your playthrough, however, a few of food and drink items can only be purchased from specific stalls.
This trophy will take a good amount of your time as you will be required to obtain all 31 music tracks in Ghostwire Tokyo to unlock DJ Akito Bronze trophy. Most music tracks will be acquired after completing the main story missions. However, you will need to complete Relic-Hunting Nekomatas requests and/or buy music tracks from them. Acquiring all music tracks will count towards DJ Akito Ghostwire Tokyo trophy.
Players can unlock Talismania Bronze trophy in Ghostwire Tokyo by collecting/purchasing all four talisman types in the game. Once you get them all, your progression will count and the trophy will be unlocked.
Players will need to max out the Katashiro in order to unlock Boundless Spirit Bronze trophy in the game. Katashiro’s are basically pouches-esque things players can use to accumulate spirits before they could transfer them. So, the more Katashiro you have, the higher the number of spirits you will be able to carry before actually transferring them. To get Boundless Spirit Bronze trophy, players will need to acquire 50 Katashiro, which is also the maximum number.
Visiting Hours Are Over
Players will encounter a total of 23 unique types of visitors or enemy types in Ghostwire Tokyo and defeating them all will unlock Visiting Hours Are Over Bronze trophy in the game. This trophy, like many others, will come naturally as you play the game and will be near the story missions’ end.
Players can unlock Heartbreaker Bronze trophy by pulling out a Visitor’s core and defeating him via this method. This trophy will require you to perform unique killing blow, and it can’t be missed as you’d have plenty of enemy encounters in the game.
Similar to the trophy we listed above, pulling our Cores of 50 visitors will unlock Soul Breaker Bronze trophy in Ghostwire Tokyo.
One Fell Swoop
In order to obtain One fell Swoop Bronze trophy, players will need to defeat five visitors by pulling out cores simultaneously. Pulling off this task will be challenging and you will need some of the best skills in Ghostwire Tokyo to get this done and unlock the trophy.
Couldn’t Take The Heat
Players will need to kill a minimum of three visitors at once by shooting at red ether crystal and detonating it, killing the visitors in process. This process will require a lot learning and using of character skills and you can get this task done during mid to late game in Ghostwire Tokyo after unlocking good amount of abilities.
To unlock Silent Kill Bronze trophy in Ghostwire Tokyo, players will need to defeat 200 visitors by doing a silent takedown on unaware enemies. The process is called Quick Purge in the game and it can be executed once you’re behind an enemy and have unlocked Ground Core Grab ability.
Take a Bow
Unlocking Take a Bow Bronze trophy will come naturally to you as you play Ghostwire Tokyo and use your bow weapon the most in the game. For this particular trophy, players will need to defeat 50 enemies a.k.a visitors using the bow as main weapon. Players will get bow during Chapter 2 and after that there will be plenty of time to takedown enemies using this weapon and get the trophy unlocked.
Go For The Eyes
As clear as the name is, unlocking Go For The Eyes Bronze trophy will require you to perform headshots on 20 visitors or enemies. Players can do its using the elemental abilities or use a bow for extra precision shots.
Using Stun Talisman can stun most visitors and if you defeat them by doing Quick Purge while they’re stunned, the action will count towards “Freeze, Scumbag” Bronze trophy. If you defeat at least 10 enemies by repeating this process, you will unlock the trophy in Ghostwire Tokyo.
Similar to trophy we listed above, players must defeat at least 3 visitors by doing a Quick Purge and Thicket Talisman combination.
Left Yourself Open
Once again, players will need to defeat a total of 10 visitors by removing their cores in combination with Exposure Talisman.
Master of Blocking
Unlocking Master of Blocking Bronze trophy will come naturally as you fight visitors and perform at least 30 perfect blocks in Ghostwire Tokyo. You can complete the task of perfect block against early game visitors such as Rain Walkers, and mid to late game visitors can be tad bit challenging to execute a perfect block.
To unlock In Sync Bronze trophy in Ghostwire Tokyo, players will need to use Wire In ability for 10 times on visitors. This abilities allows you to expose visitors’ core easily, making them vulnerable for finisher attacks.
Unlocking Big Spender Bronze trophy will require players to spend at least 1,000,000 meika in playthrough of the game. Meika, being the main currency in Ghostwire Tokyo, is acquires as you complete main missions, side missions and other activities. Players will hit this milestone as they progress in the game and the trophy should unlock once you reach mid to end game content.
Pious Bronze trophy requires players to offer 10,000 meika into offering boxes, which help players in finding Jizo Statues and the missing Tanuki in nearby regions. However, you must at least spend or offer 500 meika everytime you visit a Shrine that has an offering box near to it so as to get hints on nearby collectibles.
GhostWire Tokyo Bronze Hidden Trophies
Out of 50 Bronze trophies, 15 are Hidden trophies and can be unlocked after you make certain progression. We have listed all hidden trophies you will need to acquire so that you can unlock Ghostwire Tokyo platinum trophy. Below is list of GhostWire Tokyo Bronze Trophies:
Players will be able to unlock Beginning Hidden Bronze trophy in Ghostwire Tokyo after completing Chapter 1 that contains two missions titled “The Vanishing” and “City of Shadows”.
Trouble is another story-related Hidden Bronze trophy that players will unlock after completing Chapter 2 that has five missions titled as “KK, Clearing The Fog, A Maze of Death, The Buried Life and The Caves of Stell”.
In order to unlock Connection Hidden Bronze trophy, players will be required to complete three missions of Chapter 3; “Pillar of Light, Blindness and Agony”.
Contortion Hidden Bronze trophy unlocks after completing Chapter 4 of Ghostwire Tokyo that contains two missions; “Giants and The Black Tower”.
Players will be able to unlock Severance Hidden Bronze trophy after finishing Chapter 5 in the game, essentially completing two missions called “Family and Tokyo Tower”.
Similar to the trophies we listed above, Binding Hidden Bronze trophy unlocks when you complete three missions of Chapter 6 in the game; “Mari, Gate to the Underworld, and Farewells”.
Conclusions Hidden Bronze trophy unlocks together with Binding trophy we listed above as you need to complete the story mode to unlock this trophy.
Regardless of no human population in corrupted Tokyo, players can pet animals in Ghostwire Tokyo. When you pet an animal for the first time in the game, you will unlock Animal Lover Hidden Bronze trophy in the game.
Similar to the trophy listed above, using the photomode of Ghostwire Tokyo video game for the first time will unlock Amateur Photographer Hidden Bronze trophy for you.
You Wouldn’t Steal a Spirit
To get You Wouldn’t Steal a Spirit Hidden Bronze trophy in the game players will be required to defend a minimum of three Containment Cubes during a single fight. These are randomly occurring events in Ghostwire Tokyo’s open world where visitors have the aim of destroying them while you, as a player, will have the job of protecting the Containment Cubes from enemies.
Don’t Worry About It
In order to unlock Don’t Worry About It Hidden Bronze trophy, players will need to pull an Daikyo omikuji while visiting major shrines containing omikuji box. Daikyo, being a debuff, is the rarest to pull off and you’ll have to repeatedly try to pull a “Daikyo” omikuji.
Unlocking Better Together Hidden Bronze trophy will require you to perform an action that allows Akito to fuse back with KK after being hit by a severance attack type.
As simple as the title is, to unlock the Sniper Hidden Bronze trophy in Ghostwire Tokyo, you must sniper a visitor with headshot from at least 40metres of distance.
Walking on Air
Players must grapple and glide Akito in the air for at least 10 seconds to unlock Walking on Air Hidden Bronze trophy in the game. You must perform this task in a single go, otherwise the progression will not count.
Unlocking Lonely Tsukimi Hidden bronze trophy is the easiest in our Ghostwire Tokyo trophy guide as all you need to do is stare at the moon for at least 30 seconds. You must do this in a single go, otherwise the progression will not count towards trophy unlocking.
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