Resident Evil 2 Remake Trophies and Achievement List Revealed

Recently I got to spend some time with Resident Evil 2 Remake. You can read all about what I thought of it in my review.


In that hands-on time, I was able to secure a copy of the list of  Resident Evil 2 Remake Trophies and Achievements. While some of the Resident Evil 2 Remake Trophies and Achievements remain secret, they’re likely related to progress through the game.

I’ll be sure and update this list as I learn what the secret trophies and achievements are. For now though, I can reveal that there are 42 Trophies including the Platinum, 13 of which are hidden.

Resident Evil 2 Remake Trophies & Achievements

During my playthrough, I did unlock several of the trophies so the list below may include some unlocked Hidden Trophies in addition to being slightly out of order. However, to the best of my knowledge at this early stage, this is the correct list of Resident Evil 2 Remake trophies.

Resident Evil 2 Remake will include one Platinum, Two Gold, Seven Silver, 19 Bronze and 13 Hidden Trophies. The list is as follows;

  1. Raccoon City Native – Obtain all trophies – Platinum
  2. Welcome to the City of the Dead – Make it to the Police Station – Bronze
  3. Path to the Goddess – Solve the Goddess Statue Puzzle – Bronze
  4. Never Ending Rain – Escape the Police Station – Bronze
  5. Hack Complete – Complete Ada’s Segment – Bronze
  6. Hide and Seek – Complete Sherry’s Segment – Bronze
  7. A Great Need for a Shower – Escape from the sewers – Bronze
  8. A Hero Emerges – Complete Leon’s story – Silver
  9. A Heroine Emerges – Complete Claire’s story – Silver
  10. Broken Umbrella – Witness the true Ending – Silver
  11. The Basics of Survival – Combine two items together – Bronze
  12. Hip to Add Squares – Increase your inventory slots – Bronze
  13. Customizer – Customize a weapon – Bronze
  14. Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Gun – Defeat an enemy with a knife – Bronze
  15. Eat This! – Counterattack with a sub-weapon – Bronze
  16. That’ll Hold ‘Em – Use Wooden Boards to board up a window – Bronze
  17. Vermin Extermination – Destroy a Mr. Raccoon – Bronze
  18. A Vault-like Mind – Open a portable safe – Bronze
  19. First Break-In – Open a dial safe – Bronze
  20. Bon Appetit – Shoot the grenade you fed to an enemy – Bronze
  21. Zombie Roundup – Kill 3 enemies at once with a sub-weapon – Bronze
  22. Like Skeet Shooting – Shoot a zombie dog or a licker out of the air – Bronze
  23. Keep Their Heads Ringin’ – Paralyse a licker’s sense of hearing – Bronze
  24. Hats Off! – Shoot Tyrant’s hat off his head – Bronze
  25. Gotcha! – Defeat Stage 2 G using the crane only once – Silver
  26. Treasure Hunter – Using the photo hints, find 2 hidden items – Bronze
  27. A Waist of Space – Expand inventory slots to max – Bronze
  28. Hidden Trophy
  29. Hidden Trophy
  30. With Time to Spare – Defeat Stage 4 G with 4+ minutes left until detonation – Bronze
  31. In the Blink of an Eye – Defeat Super Tyrant with 5+ minutes left until detonation – Bronze
  32. Lore Explorer – Read all of the files – Bronze
  33. Complete Vermin Extermination – Destroy all Mr. Raccoons – Silver
  34. Master of Unlocking – Open all safes and locks in the game – Silver
  35. Leon “S.” Kennedy – Complete Leon’s story on “Standard” or “Hardcore” with an S rank – Gold
  36. Sizzling Scarlet Hero – Complete Claire’s story on “Standard” or “Hardcore” with an S rank – Gold
  37. Hardcore Rookie – Complete Leon’s story on “Hardcore” game mode – Gold
  38. Hardcore College Student – Complete Claire’s story on “Hardcore” game mode – Gold
  39. Frugalist – Complete the game without using a recovery item – Silver
  40. Minimalist – Clear the game without opening the item box – Silver
  41. A Small Carbon Footprint – Take 14000 steps of fewer in one playthrough – Silver
  42. Grim Reaper – Complete “The 4th Survivor” Extra mode

There are still two Hidden Trophies, however, we’re sure to unlock them soon enough.

Resident Evil 2 Remake will be avilable for PC, PS4 and Xbox One on January 25, 2019.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
I've been playing games for the past 27 years and have been writing for almost as long. Combining two passions in the way I'm able is a true privilege. PowerUp! is a labour of love and one I am so excited to share.

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