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Now that the updated PS4 trophy system is live on PS4, players have been able to figure out the formula for the new levelling system and what trophies are worth what points.

In a post on PSNProfiles, NathanielJohn highlights that Bronze trophies are now worth 15 points, Silver is worth 30, Golds are worth 90 and Platinum trophies are worth a whopping 300 points. And, for each level, the following is required to reach a new tier:

  • Levels 1 – 99: 60 points (4 bronzes) per level up
  • Levels 100 – 199: 90 points (6 bronzes) per level up
  • Levels 200 – 299: 450 points (30 bronzes) per level up
  • Levels 300 – 399: 900 points (60 bronzes) per level up
  • Levels 400 – 499: 1350 points (90 bronzes) per level up
  • Levels 500 – 599: 1800 points (120 bronzes) per level up
  • Levels 600 – 699: 2250 points (150 bronzes) per level up
  • Levels 700 – 799: 2700 points (180 bronzes) per level up
  • Levels 800 – 899: 3150 points (210 bronzes) per level up
  • Levels 900 – 999: 3600 points (240 bronzes) per level up

And, in order to get to level 999, you will need a total of 1631340 points, which equals a total of 1200 games platinumed, which means that the early levels are now a lot easier, but from then on it is a slow grind to max trophy level.

The PS4 and PS5’s new trophy system is live now on PS4.

Source – [PSNProfiles]