Sony is kicking off an Australian PlayStation 4 Trophy competition

Matt Sayer 25 September 2017

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The four fastest Trophy hunters in Australia will win themselves a real-life Platinum Trophy.

Aussie PlayStation 4 Trophy hunters better get their digits ready because Sony is turning the virtual collectibles into honest-to-god physical trophies with a nationwide gaming competition kicking off this week.

PlayStation Plus Platinum Hunters, as the competition is called, tasks players with earning every single in-game accomplishment for four upcoming titles. The first person in Australia to do this and unlock a game's corresponding Platinum Trophy, snap a screenshot of it using the PS4's SHARE button and upload it to Twitter or Facebook mentioning @PlayStationAU and using the hashtag #PlusPlatinumHunters will score themselves a real-life Platinum trophy (a replica of real platinum, sadly) to celebrate their accomplishment.

The first game on the list is this week's FIFA 18, which releases on Wednesday 26 September. That'll be followed by Gran Turismo Sport on 18 October, Call of Duty: WWII on 3 November and an as-yet unannounced title to cap the competition off.

If you plan on throwing your hat into the ring, you can read more about the terms and conditions of the competition at the PlayStation Australia website.

In other PlayStation news, we collected all the trailers from the PlayStation conference at this year's Tokyo Game Show.


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