• Estimated trophy difficulty: 3/10
  • Offline trophies: 51 (34, 15, 1, 1)
  • Online trophies: 0
  • Approximate amount of time to platinum: 50 hours (personal estimate)
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1
  • Number of missable trophies: None, but take note of the Reduce, Reuse, Recycle trophy which is semi-missable.
  • Glitched trophies: None if played on the latest version. See the Old Habits trophy for a glitch note on earlier versions.
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No
  • Do trophies stack?: N/A
  • Do cheat codes disable trophies?: N/A
  • Additional peripherals required?: N/A


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Assassin’s Creed Origins is the latest installment in this long running franchise and the first to go back in time rather than forward. After criticism from the gaming community over the yearly “copy/paste” iterations of the series the developer, Ubisoft, decided to skip a year and focus on this game to do a complete overhaul on many of the systems we got so accustomed to. In total the development time took over 4 years and as a result we’ve been delivered the biggest open world and graphical enhancements we’ve ever seen in the series. The parkour has been simplified and works fluidly and the combat system has changed to a ‘hack-n-slash’ style with RPG elements added in to level your character and weapons. The game suffers from a few bugs and glitches (mainly graphical), but nothing game breaking or to worry about, these are your typical open world game bugs. Despite these bugs and the fact that the story leaves a bit to be desired for the hardcore fans, the game was very well received and is considered a return to form for the series.


Step 1 – Complete the story while doing some side activities to level up.

If you want to get the platinum as quickly as possible, put the difficulty settings on easy as there is no penalty for doing so. Also note that the story trophies don’t necessarily pop in chronological order so there’s no need to worry about that.

In this step you will want to focus on completing the main missions, but you shouldn’t neglect the locations marked with a question mark. Ideally you clear all of those locations before moving on to the next area to save yourself a lot of time after completing the game. With the exception of two particular side missions which are tied to trophies, there is no need to complete any of them unless you want to use them to level up. The two side missions you do want to complete are found in the Lake Mareotis region (shortly after the prologue) and the UAB Nome region (late in the game). For further information on these missions please refer to the Seven Farmersand The Festival trophies in the guide below.

There are no missable trophies in the game, but take good note of the Reduce, Reuse, Recycle trophy, because if you don’t focus on that trophy from the start you’re looking at a lot of extra time needed to complete that trophy after finishing the game.

Although you get a lot of skill points to spend towards your skill tree during the game through levelling and completing tombs, upon completing the game and reaching maximum level (level 40) you won’t have enough skill points to buy every available skill. The only way to get more skill points is to “overlevel” (you’ll remain level 40 though), but the good news is you don’t have to do this for trophies. There are quite a few trophies however that require you to use certain skills, so it’s a good idea to focus on obtaining these skills as fast as you can. The skills you will want to focus on are the following:

Hunter Tree

  • Enhanced Predator Bow
  • Elite Ranger

Seer Tree

  • Dawn and Dusk
  • Sleep Darts
  • Poison Darts
  • Animal Taming
  • Pyromaniac (not strictly necessary but highly recommended)

Keeping all of the above in mind you can feel free to complete the story as everything can still be obtained in free roam afterwards.

At the end of this step you’ll have obtained, at the very least, these trophies:

  • First Steps 
  • I’m Just Getting Started 
  • The Sea 
  • The Scarab 
  • The Hyena 
  • The Crocodile 
  • The Lizard 
  • The Siege 
  • Wake Up! 
  • Almost There 
  • The End 
  • You still need 8880… 

Step 2 – Get to level 40

After finishing the story, lots of locations and maybe some side quests you’ll probably be close to the maximum level already. If you’re not quite there yet you’ll want to focus on hitting level 40 first, because some of the regions and some of the miscellaneous trophies require you to beat high level enemies. Although side quests give more experience points, the most time efficient way of levelling up is to explore all locations in the regions at or under your level. This will save you time later on when going for the Old Habits trophy, while side quests aren’t needed for trophies (with exception of the two mentioned in the previous step).

Step 3 – Complete all miscellaneous trophies

There are many miscellaneous trophies in this game most of which you won’t have to worry about because they will come naturally. None of them are particularly hard either, but the one trophy you will probably have to go out of your way for is the BOOM! trophy. Please refer to the trophy guide below for an efficient method to tackle this. Other than that, if you’ve been following this roadmap, by now you should have well over 100 trinkets which you will have to sell all at once to obtain the Reduce, Reuse, Recycle trophy. Although this trophy is not reported glitched, the time it takes to collect trinkets makes it that you might want to make a backup save first before going for this trophy just in case. Any other trophies that you might have not obtained naturally are simple and straightforward, but if you’re having difficulties anyway look up the trophy description below.

At the end of this step you’ll have obtained at least these trophies:

  • I’m a Legend 
  • I’m Done Learning 
  • Overheating 
  • For Those About to Die… 
  • Fatality! 
  • Ben-Hur 
  • Road Rage 
  • The Harder They Fall 
  • Slasher 
  • The Arrow Whisperer 
  • Circle of Life 
  • Shadow of Egypt 
  • I Know My Land 
  • Raider of the Lost Tomb 
  • I Can See My House From Here! 
  • Set-up Date 
  • Reporter 
  • Overdesign 
  • Archer of the Month 
  • BOOM! 
  • Rider’s Licence 
  • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle 
  • Defy Authority 
  • Handy Man 
  • Roooaaarrrrr! 
  • Seven Farmers 
  • The Festival 
  • Smash! 
  • Free as a Bird 
  • Triathlete 
  • Run For Your Life! 
  • Elementary, My Dear Bayek 
  • Namaste 

Step 4 – Locations

This entire last step is dedicated to a single trophy called Old Habits. This trophy requires you to find and complete all the locations on the map. There are many locations and the map in this game is huge. On top of that the white question marks that indicate the locations are sometimes hard to spot against the light colored backgrounds. On your way to completing all of the different locations you will also net yourself a few other location based trophies. For tips on how to find the locations and on how to make them better visible, please refer to the trophy guide below.

At the end of this step you’ll have obtained these trophies:

  • Words of Wisdom 
  • Stargazer 
  • Master Diver 
  • Where’s My Black Flag? 
  • Old Habits 


 Earn Them All! 
Earn every trophy.

Earn every other trophy in the game to obtain this trophy, congratulations!

 I’m a Legend 
Be equipped with only Legendary equipment.

In this game you have 3 tiers for your equipment: common (blue), rare (purple) and legendary (yellow/gold), the latter of which is the most powerful. To obtain this trophy you will need to have a legendary item in all equipment slots. The upgradable tools don’t count for this, so what you’ll need is 2 legendary bows, 2 legendary melee weapons, a legendary shield, a legendary mount and a legendary outfit.

There are multiple ways to get legendary gear in the game. Some items will be handed to you for completing (side) quests and you’ll get some guaranteed legendary items late in the game for defeating the Phylakes enemies. There is a chance of obtaining legendary items from completing the daily quests you get from Reda at the Nomad’s Bazaar (a special vendor who you’ll meet after the prologue) or from the Heka chests he sells you. Other than that you have a chance of obtaining a legendary item from solving Papyrus puzzles. Lastly, you can use skill points to buy an upgrade to the world vendors so that they start selling legendary items and there is a special vendor at the Assassin’s Hideout in Memphis after you complete the game who sells legendary gear. Their stock will still be random though.

Some people are reporting having difficulty getting a legendary gear set or mount. The easiest (and probably first) legendary gear set you can obtain is the Sekhmet Outfit. This outfit is rewarded for finishing the Lady of Slaughter side mission. See The Festival trophy for more information on this mission. For a list of all legendary mounts in the game and how to obtain them please refer below, information courtesy of TassieTiger. Note that the purchasable legendary mounts only become available after you upgrade the vendors with the ‘Backstore’ or the ‘Chariot Owner’ skills and the stock of vendors is random.

Legendary Mounts

Aa Nekhtou (Horse) – Can randomly be purchased from Stable stores with the Backstore upgrade
Meri Heka (Camel) – Can randomly be purchased from Stable stores with the Backstore upgrade
Meri Amun (Horse) – Can randomly be purchased from Stable stores with the Backstore upgrade
Pataikos Hert (Camel) – Can randomly be purchased from Stable stores with the Backstore upgrade
Royal Chariot (War Chariot) – Can randomly be purchased from Stable stores with the Chariot Owner upgrade
Sand Dweller (Camel) – The Sand Dweller Mount can be unlocked through the UPlay store for 500 Helix Credits.
Unicorn – The Unicorn Mount can be unlocked through the UPlay store for 500 Helix Credits.
Abyssal Steed – Part of the Nightmare DLC Pack, can also be unlocked through the UPlay store for 500 Helix Credits.
Midnight Sun – Part of the First Civilization DLC Pack, can also be unlocked through the UPlay store for 500 Helix Credits.
Fangs (Horse) – The Fangs mount can be unlocked as part of the pre-order digital deluxe bonus.
Pharaoh’s Horse – Reward for winning all of the basic tournaments in the Hippodrome
Roman Warhorse – Reward for winning all elite tournaments in the Hippodrome.

 I’m Done Learning 
Activate a Master ability.

By levelling up or doing side activities in the game you can obtain skill points that you can use to buy certain abilities in a skill tree. The skill tree consists of three major directions, being hunter (skills mainly focused on your bows), master (skills mainly focused on melee combat and seer (skills mainly focused on tools). The master abilities are the last ability in each tree so you’ll have to work your way towards the last ability in one of the three trees and buy it to obtain this trophy.

You can obtain skill points by levelling up and completing tomb locations. For more information on these locations please refer to the Raider of the Last Tomb trophy.

Witness raining bugs in the desert.

If you’re traversing through the desserts on foot for a while you’ll start hallucinating. There’s a total of 8 different hallucinations, but to obtain this trophy you need to witness the one where it’s ‘raining’ scarabs. Note that there is another hallucination where it rains locusts, but that one won’t unlock this trophy. This basically comes down to luck, and chances are you will unlock this without trying. If you don’t, just keep wandering through the desserts and you should eventually get this.

 For Those About to Die… 
Complete all arena events in the Krokodilopolis Arena.

About halfway through the story you will come to a city called Krokodilopolis (which literally means City of Crocodiles) and as part of the story you will have to fight in an arena alongside an old friend. After you’ve completed this storyline, the arena will be open in free roam and you can enter tournaments yourself. There’s a total of 8 tournaments you need to beat. This sounds long, but a tournament consists of just 3 waves of enemies or a single boss fight.

Finish an arena boss with an Overpower Attack.

The first arena you’ll come across in the game is in Krokodilopolis during “The Crocodile’s Jaws” main mission, but there’s another one to be found in Cyrene later in the game. This trophy can be obtained during the story, but if you didn’t get it you can still get it in free roam afterwards by selecting a boss fight tournament in one of the arenas.

During the fight fill your adrenaline bar in the bottom of your screen by performing melee attacks. Once it’s full wear the boss down until he has just a little bit of health left and use your overpower attack to finish him. You trigger your overpower attack by pressing  and  simultaneously.

Although this trophy isn’t hard, you can make things even easier on yourself by buying the abilities that give you half or even a full adrenaline bar at the start of each fight. These skills can be bought in the master skill tree.

Win the first Hippodrome tournament.

The hippodrome can be found just east of Alexandria and will be open after completing the main mission “Egypt’s Medjay”. Upon entering you can choose to play a tutorial (which is recommended, but won’t count for this trophy). Pick the first tournament called “Nike’s Winged Victory” and win this to obtain the trophy.

A tournament consists of three races. After each race you get points and the player with the most points after three races wins the tournament. You get 5 points for a win, 3 for second, 2 for third and 1 for fourth. Usually it’s enough to win 2 races to win the title so don’t give up if your result in one of the races isn’t the best.

Some people are having difficulty winning races, but if you drift through the corners to go tight around the wall and accelerate right when you come out of it you should be fine, especially in the first tournament which is by far the easiest.

 Road Rage 
Destroy an opponent in a Hippodrome race.

The hippodrome can be found just east of Alexandria and will be open after completing the main mission “Egypt’s Medjay”. This trophy can’t be obtained in the tutorial so pick the first tournament called “Nike’s Winged Victory” and destroy an opponent to obtain the trophy.

To destroy an opponent you need to ram into them during the race by pressing . The more pace you have yourself the more damage you’ll inflict. For the purpose of this trophy it’s best to not focus on winning but instead just pick a backmarker and keep ramming into him until he gets destroyed.

 The Harder They Fall 
Defeat the war elephants Qetesh & Resheph.

The war elephants you need to defeat for this trophy are found in the South of the “UAB Nome” region and are level 40 (maximum level) so it’s advised to only go for this trophy when you’re (close to) maximum level yourself.

To beat the elephants, aim at the legs with your bow to do the most damage. If you play on the easiest difficulty setting you can also simply go in close and melee the legs of the elephants. If they rush you or when the archer on the back of the elephant tries to hit you you can evade with . Keep hitting the elephants on their legs to deplete their health bar and defeat them.

Kill 3 enemies with one hit.

You will likely obtain this trophy without trying, but if you want to get it out of the way, find a group of hyenas below your current level and mount your horse or camel. Use a sword or other melee weapon and ride towards the group. When you approach them, swing your sword and make a circular motion with the horse to increase your swing area. A great spot for this is the Northeastern part of Siwa where you start the game.

 The Arrow Whisperer 
Kill an enemy with the predator bow from more than 60 meters while controlling the arrow.

The predator bow is a bow with only a limited number of arrows, but which inflicts a great deal of damage. To control an arrow you will have to buy a skill from the skill tree first called “Enhanced Predator Bow”. This skill will let you control the arrow as long as you’re holding down .

To obtain this trophy find a stationary guard below your level and use Senu (your eagle) to mark him. Make sure your marked enemy is further than 60 meters, shoot and hold down  and control the trajectory of the arrow to kill the enemy.

 Words of Wisdom 
Complete all hermit locations.

Hermit locations are 5 resting places which can be found throughout the open world and can be identified by the Pharao head icon once you get close enough (they will first show as a regular question mark). These locations are part of the Old Habit trophy as well, so if you’re going for the platinum this trophy is unmissable.

 Circle of Life 
Feed a predator with a corpse.

This is an easy but finicky trophy. Kill a guard and carry him towards a predator, crocodiles work best. Now get discovered by the crocodile and lead him to the corpse. Keep running away until the crocodile doesn’t follow you anymore. Now if you’re lucky the crocodile will start feeding on the corpse on his way back. Some people have reported that the trophy didn’t pop for them if they left the corpse in (shallow) water, so it’s advised to leave it on a stroke of land. This took me a few tries, so don’t fret if the trophy doesn’t pop on your first try.

 Shadow of Egypt 
Kill 10 enemies in a row without being detected.

Self explanatory. This doesn’t necessarily have to be in one place, but you’ll find more than enough forts or other settlements that house enough enemies. It doesn’t matter whether you kill the enemies with a  stealth attack or by other means, so feel free to kill enemies from afar with arrows or use tools. The way I found easiest was to sneak into a fort undetected and poison an enemy. Once he gets near another enemy or when another enemy comes to inspect the dead body, they get poisoned as well, so if you’re lucky enough you can get (close to) your 10 kills just sitting idle in a safe spot.

 I Know My Land 
Defog the whole map.

When you start the game your map will be covered with black fog. Upon entering a new region you will defog that specific region, so to obtain this trophy you simply have to visit each region.

If you want to obtain this trophy early in the game you can use Senu (your eagle) to fly across the whole map and discover every region. Note that you must be on land (not a boat) and in a safe spot or else the camera will automatically return to Bayek.

 Raider of the Lost Tomb 
Complete a tomb.

Tombs are locations in the game that you can identify on your map by a mummy icon once you get close enough. Once you enter the goal is to find a relic stone and to get there you’ll have to solve light puzzles that shouldn’t prove very difficult. There’s a total of 19 tombs in the game but for this trophy you’ll only need to complete one.

Tomb locations are part of the Old Habit trophy, so if you’re going for the platinum this trophy is unmissable.

 I Can See My House From Here! 
Reach the “Top of the World” in the Black Desert territory.

To obtain this trophy you’ll have to climb the highest mountain in the game which can be found in the Black Dessert region. This region has high level enemies so it’s wise visit this late in the game. Find the highest mountain on the map, which is in the Southeastern part of the region, and get to the top.

This location is part of the Old Habit trophy, so if you’re going for the platinum this trophy is unmissable.

 Set-up Date 
Bring a tamed lion to a crocodile.

To be able to tame an animal you will need to buy two different skills first, the “Sleep Darts” and the “Animal Taming” skills. Once you have these skills, find a lion that’s on or below your own power level and put him to sleep with a sleep dart, then tame it with . Once you’ve done that, the lion will follow you around. Find a crocodile and have your lion ‘meet’ with it to obtain this trophy.

Both lions and crocodiles can be found all across the map, but a spot where I could consistently find them close together was the Herakleion Nome in the the Northeastern part of the map.

Take 1 photo in 5 different territories.

To go to photo mode, press  and  simultaneously. Once in photo mode, press  to take a picture. Now simply do this in 5 different regions and the trophy should pop.

Kill a poisoned level 35+ enemy with the torch in less than 30 seconds.

Since you have to kill an enemy which is at least level 35, it’s recommended that you are at the same level or above to make things easier for yourself. Once you’ve found an enemy that’s level 35 or over, poison him by any means whether it be a poison dart, a poison arrow or a poison melee weapon/shield. Once your enemy is poisoned, quickly switch to your torch by holding down  and kill the enemy with it. The time limit of 30 seconds is very generous and you shouldn’t have a problem doing this even in a matter of a few seconds.

 Archer of the Month 
Headshot kill an enemy with the bow while in the air.

This trophy sounds much more complicated than it actually is, because there is a skill you can buy in the hunter tree of your skill tree that will make this trophy quite manageable. The skill is called “Elite Ranger” and the effect is that it slows down time if you aim your bow while in mid-air. Now find a lower levelled enemy and jump off an elevated spot, aim while in the air and get a headshot kill.

Kill 30 enemies by shooting a fire arrow at oil jars.

One of the trickier trophies in the game and one you probably have to go out of your way for. The trophy is obtained by shooting fire arrows at the red jars containing oil, which then have to set enemies ablaze.

You can create a fire arrow by holding a regular arrow in a fire or alternatively there’s a legendary bow called “Smoke and Mirrors” that you will get from killing one of the Phylakes which shoots fire arrows automatically. This is easier said than done if you’re trying to get this naturally, because the enemies have to be really close to the jars and often won’t get killed by the fire anyway. There are quite a lot of locations in the game where you can pull this off, but unless you’re actively going for this at every opportunity, you’re better off using the following method.

The easy way to obtain this trophy is by going to the Dasos Hideout in the Ka-Khem Nome region. Make sure you have the “Dawn and Dusk” and “Pyromaniac” skills to make this easier. Use “Dawn and Dusk” to time travel to night time and then approach the camp stealthily. There are 2 guards wandering around, one of which will go sleep in a tent with some fellow guards soon as you arrive. You will need to take out the only remaining guard silently and then collect 2 or 3 oil jars from the scaffolding and place them in the tent where the 4 guards are sleeping. Now use a fire arrow to shoot the jars and get 4 easy kills. Immediately cause another fire and stand in it to kill yourself. There’s enough oil jars to cause another fire in the centre of the camp and as soon as you respawn, rinse and repeat and keep repeating this method until you get the trophy.

 Reduce, Reuse, Recycle 
Sell 100 trinkets at once.

Although not hard, this is a trophy that you need to be mindful of from the beginning of the game. Trinkets are found mostly by looting places and sometimes enemies. If you make sure you loot everything you run into you’ll have no problems gathering 100 trinkets over the course of the game, but be careful not to sell any of them at one of the vendors cause if you do there might not be enough places to loot to get you up to a 100 again and you’ll have to rely on looting enemies which very rarely give trinkets.

You can check the amount of trinkets you’ve gathered in the inventory screen. Note that animal trophies do not count towards this trophy.

Tip: Make a backup save in the PS Plus cloud or on a USB Stick before selling your 100+ trinkets, just in case.

 You still need 8880… 
Reach level 20.

You level up by gaining experience which is obtained by killing enemies, completing (side) missions and locations or discovering new areas. This trophy will come naturally while playing the game and is effectively unmissable as level 20 is only halfway to the maximum level and easily reached by completing the story missions alone.

Complete all 12 Stone Circles.

Stone circles are locations that can be found throughout the open world and can be identified by the large stone icons once you get close enough (they will first show as a regular question mark). Once at the location press to interact with the stone circle and then match the stars with the correct star constellation in the sky.

These locations are part of the Old Habits trophy, so if you’re going for the platinum this trophy is unmissable.

 Master Diver 
Complete 15 underwater locations.

Underwater locations are the question marks on the water where you need to dive to loot treasure. Simply complete 15 of these to obtain this trophy.

These locations are part of the Old Habits trophy, so if you’re going for the platinum this trophy is unmissable.

 Defy Authority 
Defeat a Phylakes.

After you reach Alexandria in the story and have to kill a an important military target as part of a mission, you will from thereon be hunted at by a number of strong enemies called Phylakes. These Phylakes will come for you if you get spotted in their vicinity and have much more health and skills than regular enemies. The Phylakes locations however are conveniently indicated on your map with a red helmet icon so instead of letting them hunt you down, you can turn the game around and hunt them instead as soon as you are at the appropriate power level. It will help tremendously to get the jump on them by taking them by surprise or luring them into an ambush. Defeating them early will also help you throughout the rest of the game as the Phylakes drop very powerful gear, most of them legendary tier.

 Handy Man 
Craft 20 items.

In your items screen you’ll have a few items that can be upgraded with materials, such as your armor, your hidden blade and your quiver. The more you upgrade them, the more materials you’ll need to get the next upgrade. To obtain this trophy, simply upgrade these items 20 times. This carries over between items so you won’t have to worry about upgrading one particular item first.

Tame a lion.

To be able to tame an animal you will need to buy two different skills first, being the “Sleep Darts” and the “Animal Taming” skills. Once you have these, find a lion that’s on or below your own power level and put him to sleep with a sleep dart, then tame it with  to obtain this easy trophy.

For visual aid on this trophy please refer to the video in Set Up Date.

 Rider’s Licence 
Use all types of vehicle at least once.

There aren’t many types of vehicles in the game that you get to use yourself, so this trophy can be earned relatively early on in the game. The ones you need to use that count for this trophy are the following:

  • Sailboat
  • Rowboat
  • Chariot
  • Oxcart

The rowboat can be distinguished from the sailboat as it doesn’t have a sail and is made of wicker instead of wood. Although there are other means of transport and even naval ships, those aren’t needed for this trophy.

 Old Habits 
Complete all locations.

This is the trophy you will have to dedicate most of your time towards and will most likely be your last. Locations are marked on your map with a question mark which will be unveiled by getting close enough or by syncing viewpoints. When you get close enough to a question mark it will turn into an activity symbol. Each location/activity will require you to do something, e.g. clearing an enemy settlement, meditating, solving a murder mystery or raiding a tomb. Once you’ve cleared the location activity the symbol will still be showing on your map, but it will be grayed out indicating that it’s done.

There are many different locations and the game world is huge so it will take a lot of time to complete them all. Some of them are also hard to locate since the question marks are white, which makes them hard to spot on the mostly yellowish background. Although not required for a trophy it’s advised to sync all the viewpoints to unveil all the question marks. There is one location however that won’t be unveiled by any of the viewpoints and therefore is the most commonly missed one. This one is called Hotep Cavern and can be found just over the border from Siwa and the Black Dessert in the Qattara Depression region.

Another noteworthy location is the one that appears just left of the Sphinx. Don’t stress if you can’t find the actual location yet, because you will only be able to complete this after you’ve completed all 12 star locations. Please refer to the Stargazer trophy for more information on these star locations. After completing all of these, find a hidden entrance to the back left of the Sphinx to complete this location.

Tip: If you’re having difficulty with spotting the question marks cause they blend in with the background, try upping the contrast rate in the ingame settings menu. This will make the outline of the question marks a lot clearer. Additionally a filter option was added in one of the later patches to the game. Press  to select the icons you want to show on the map and select the one that shows all uncompleted locations to make your life a bit easier.

Glitch Note: If you’re playing on an unpatched version of the game, this trophy will glitch and become unobtainable if you complete any of the locations while playing as Aya.

 First Steps 
Complete the Prologue.

This trophy is story-related and cannot be missed. This trophy will pop upon completion of the following missions:

  • The Prologue

 I’m Just Getting Started 
Complete Main Quest “Aya”.

This trophy is story-related and cannot be missed. This trophy will pop upon completion of the following missions:

  • The Oasis
  • Gear Up
  • Striking the Anvil
  • The False Oracle
  • Aya
  • Gennadios the Phylakitai
  • End of the Snake

 The Sea 
Complete Main Quest “Pompeius Magnus”.

This trophy is story-related and cannot be missed. This trophy will pop upon completion of the following missions:

  • Pompeius Magnus

 The Scarab 
Complete Main Quest “The Scarab’s Lies”.

This trophy is story-related and cannot be missed. This trophy will pop upon completion of the following missions:

  • Egypts Medjay
  • The Scarab’s Sting
  • The Scrab’s Lies

 The Hyena 
Complete Main Quest “The Hyena”.

This trophy is story-related and cannot be missed. This trophy will pop upon completion of the following missions:

  • The Hyena

 The Crocodile 
Complete Main Quest “The Crocodile’s Jaws”.

This trophy is story-related and cannot be missed. This trophy will pop upon completion of the following missions:

  • Ambush at Sea
  • The Crocodile’s Scales
  • The Crocodile’s Jaws

 The Lizard 
Complete Main Quest “The Lizard’s Face”.

This trophy is story-related and cannot be missed. This trophy will pop upon completion of the following missions:

  • The Lizard’s Mask
  • The Lizard’s Face

 The Siege 
Complete Main Quest “The Aftermath”.

This trophy is story-related and cannot be missed. This trophy will pop upon completion of the following missions:

  • Way of the Gabiniani
  • Aya: Blade of the Goddess
  • The Battle of the Nile
  • The Aftermath

 Wake Up! 
Complete Main Quest Dream Sequence.

This trophy is story-related and cannot be missed. This trophy will pop upon completion of the following missions:

  • Dream Sequence

 Almost There 
Complete Main Quest “The Final Weighing”.

This trophy is story-related and cannot be missed. This trophy will pop upon completion of the following missions:

  • The Final Weighing

 The End 
Complete the last Main Quest.

This trophy is story-related and cannot be missed. This trophy will pop upon completion of the following missions:

  • Last of the Medjay
  • Fall of an Empire, Rise of Another
  • Birth of the Creed

 Seven Farmers 
Complete Side Quest “Seven Farmers”.

The “Seven Farmers” side quest can be found in the UAB Nome region in a small town and is a level 30 mission. The mission itself requires you to save the town from bandits and is quite lengthy. It’s not difficult, however, and you’ll only need to complete this to obtain this trophy.

 The Festival 
Complete Side Quest “Lady of Slaughter”.

This side mission is found in the Lake Mareotis region and will be available to you not long after the prologue. To gain access to this side mission you’ll first have to complete two other side missions called “Ambush in the Temple” and “Ulterior Votive”, after which the “Lady of Slaughter” mission will be automatically tracked. Simply complete this mission to obtain the trophy.

Destroy 100 breakable objects.

You’ll find lots of breakable objects in the game world, especially in towns and tombs. However, since there’s no real incentive to break any objects, you might have to go out of your way for this trophy a bit. Luckily 100 items is not a lot so just remind yourself to break objects every once in a while and you should get this trophy long before you’re done with everything else in this game.

 Where’s My Black Flag? 
Defeat 8 Ship Captains.

Some of the locations in this game are ships that have captains on them that need to be killed to complete the objective. To obtain this trophy you need to complete 8 of these. Note that the ships where the objective is to just loot treasure only carry regular enemies so these won’t count towards this trophy.

These locations are part of the Old Habit trophy, so if you’re going for the platinum this trophy is unmissable.

 Free as a Bird 
Use the eagle for a total of 30 minutes.

This trophy is cumulative and virtually unmissable because you will have to use your eagle a lot to find objectives and to mark enemies and treasure. Bring her (yes, Senu’s female) out by pressing  and fly using the .

Swim for 1500m, ride for 40km and run for 10km.

Another virtually unmissable trophy. You will without a doubt run 10km and swim 1500m during your objectives. If you use fast travel a lot you might miss out on riding for 40km, but even then you should get fairly close. Unfortunately there’s no way to track how much distance you’ve covered so you’re just going to have to keep travelling until the trophy pops.

 Run For Your Life! 
Run away from 3 fights with a hippo.

Hippos are found everywhere on the map where there’s water. If you are having difficulties locating one, you can use Senu (your eagle). As soon as you found a hippo let it spot and run after you. Run away until you’re safe, which is indicated by a chime and you can see the hippo return to its original spot. Although unconfirmed, I couldn’t get this trophy to pop by running away from the same hippo three times in a row, so you will want to try this with different hippos each time.

 Elementary, My Dear Bayek 
Solve a papyrus mystery.

There are papyri scattered throughout the game world for you to find. Each papyrus contains a riddle that you can solve for treasure. Although it’s recommended to go for all of these treasures since the loot is very good, you’ll only need to solve a single one to obtain this trophy. The papyrus locations are part of the Old Habit trophy as well, however solving them is not needed for that particular trophy.

Use Dawn & Dusk to make time speed forward 30 times.

Dawn and Dusk is a skill which can be bought from the skill tree for one ability point. Once you have obtained the skill, you can go forward in time to switch between day and night by holding the . Do this 30 times to obtain this trophy.