The Last of Us Part 2
features a lot of Trophies
linked to various activities in the game such as scavenging for supplies, finding collectibles, finding and upgrading weapons, etc. While most of these trophies can be unlocked eventually as you make yourself stronger, there are story-focused trophies that can be easily missed.
In this page, we will discuss in detail how to unlock these secret Trophies
. However, please be warned that we may include important details such as the point of the story where these can be unlocked and may reveal spoilers and story elements that are best experienced on your own. If you don’t mind that, please go ahead and read through our guide below.
New to the game? Don’t forget to check out our Beginner’s Guide for a quickstart! You can also check out our other dedicated pages for the other collectibles in the game. You can also check out our extensive spoiler-free walkthrough that will help you how to find collectibles as you progress through areas.
Looks Good on You Trophy
This missable/secret Trophy
is found near the end of the Seattle Day 1. As soon as you reach the museum, look around in the lobby/entrance to find a hat by the Gifts section to the right. Don’t forget to pick it up! This is necessary to trigger the secret trophy in a short while.
Once you’ve reached the main dinosaur exhibit (with the triceratops, stegosaurus, brontosaurus, etc), approach any of them to get a prompt for Ellie to put a hat on them. Repeat this on the other skeletons until you get a prompt to put the hat on Joel. Do so and the Trophy
“Looks Good on You” will be unlocked.Tip:
There’s another hat that you can find under the spiral stairs, beside the two dinosaur skeletons encircling each other. I can’t confirm if you can use this instead to unlock the Trophy
instead of the hat found by the entrance.
Looks Good On You Secret Trophy
can be unlocked in Seattle Day 1 while playing as Abby. Before heading out from The Stadium
, you'll need to drop by the armory to pick up some weapons. After getting your weapons, you can turn around from the quartermaster's table to find a shooting range where you can test them. (You can save your game at this point) Manny will have a friendly competition with you which the goal is to score higher than him in a shooting contest.
The assault rifle is the best weapon for this challenge since it has a faster fire rate and larger mag size. To get a better score, try to consistently land headshots. Take your time to line up your aim before taking your shot. This shouldn’t be that difficult; if you fail, you can try again. After successfully scoring higher, you’ll unlock the Sharpshooter Trophy
Sharpshooter Secret Trophy
Put My Name Up Trophy
can be unlocked in Seattle Day 1, in the second flashback mission in The Aquarium
). In the aquarium, you’ll find a toy bow which you need to use to hit several cardboard targets scattered in the room before the timer runs out. It’s recommended to manually save before attempting this challenge so you can reload.
Take note that you don’t need to be a sharpshooter for this challenge; what matters is your speed in hitting the targets, regardless of what portion of the targets you hit. As a preparation, it’s recommended to scan the area and spot all the targets before starting the mini-game so you can plan your course. It’s easy to run out of time in this challenge while looking for the targets you could’ve scouted before starting the minigame. Earn the high score to finally unlock the Put My Name Up Trophy
, which will complete all the secret Trophies
in the game. You only have one chance to get this trophy so keep trying until you do.
Put My Name Up Secret Trophy