PlayStation Trophies have been made a lot more exciting for Sony Rewards users, with Trophies turning into PSN credits. Earning 100 Silver Trophies nets users 100 points (worth $1), 25 Gold Trophies becomes 250 points (worth $2.50), and 10 Platinum Trophies add up to 1,000 points (worth $10.00).
Sounds good, right? Well, there’s a couple of downsides. First, Sony Rewards is still only available to US players, and second, only Trophies earned after opting into this new “Trophy Pass” system count.
Not great news for those living outside the US, or those who have already achieved a boatload of Platinum Trophies. On the other hand, it’s good to see the Sony Rewards scheme evolving to be more significant. Hopefully we’ll see it come to other countries soon!
Will you be focusing on earning Trophies now that they’re worth actual money (well, PSN credits!)? Or is this simply not worth caring about? Let us know in the comments below.
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Source: Push Square