Sniper: Ghost Warrior – PS3 Trophy List Unveiled

A few days ago we brought our readers news about a release date for the PS3 version of City Interactive’s much-awaited first-person shooter title, Sniper: Ghost Warrior. Now we have a bit more good news for PlayStation 3 gamers, as the PS3 trophy list has now been unveiled.

According to Josh Garibay over on the website, the PS3 trophy list has a number of differences compared to the list of achievements on the Xbox 360. However, the list does contain the usual platinum trophy, which players only achieve once they’ve unlocked all the other trophies.

There are of course a number of bronze trophies to unlock, including Flying Knives, which requires players to kill a total of 10 enemies with throwing knives and No Alarm, which players can achieve if they finish the ‘Under cover of night’ mission without the guards raising the alarm.

In the meantime, the silver trophies include Captain, which requires gamers to finish the game on the normal difficulty, Close Range, where players are required to kill 250 people with the pistol on multiplayer and Sharpshooter, which you unlocks by killing 500 people using a sniper rifle on multiplayer.

To unlock the gold General trophy, players must complete the game in the hard difficulty. Other gold trophies include Seeker (collect all the secrets), Supplier of Death (kill 2000 enemies on multiplayer) and Laurel Wreath (win 50 rounds on online multiplayer).

Will you be buying the Sniper: Ghost Warrior game?

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Written by Tina Chubb

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