The Callisto Protocol Trophy Guide: Ultimate List

Want to get the Plat trophy? Check out how you can do it!

Umer Cheema
Umer Cheema
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The Callisto Protocol Trophy Guide: Ultimate List

If you are a completionist like me, you will want to know all the trophies for whatever game you are playing. Since The Callisto Protocol has just been released, many players are wondering if the trophies for it are difficult to achieve or not. That is why this guide will show you The Callisto Protocol trophies and how to unlock them.

Some of these trophies are extremely easy to unlock, while some may require a lot of skill and effort. However, we will give you some tips that you can use to easily unlock all the trophies and get that sweet Plat. So, without further ado, let’s dive right in and check out The Callisto Protocol trophy guide.

All The Callisto Protocol Trophies

Unlocking the Desperate Times trophy
Unlocking the Desperate Times trophy – Source: Hollow

The Callisto Protocol has a total of 27 Trophies (1 Platinum, 7 Gold, 9 Silver, 10 Bronze). Some of these trophies will be unlocked while you are playing the game since they are tied to missions and chapters. The game is an easy Plat for players that love to collect it. However, there are a few that might cause some issues.

TrophyTierHow to Unlock
It’s over, Jacob!PlatinumCollect all trophies
I Do Belong HereGoldBeat the game on any difficulty
You Need a GunGoldFully Upgrade One Weapon
The Protocol is About LifeGoldBeat the game on Maximum Security difficulty
Grim ReaperGoldHarvest and read all implant bios
The CommonalityGoldUncover the mystery of Kallipolis
Get a GripSilverGrab twenty-five enemies with the GRP
TerminatedSilverTake down a security robot
Two Heads Are Better Than OneGoldTake down the two-head
In Striking DistanceGoldKill an enemy via GRP and a melee combo
Paper JamsSilverPrint a weapon for the first time
ReforgedSilverPrint a weapon upgrade
Giving BackSilverStab five blind enemies in the back
MugshotBronzeTake a photo using photo mode
Float Like A ButterflySilverPerfect dodge five times
Flesh WoundSilverUse melee or ranged weapons to take both arms off a living enemy
Chew ‘Em UpSilverKill ten enemies with environmental hazards
Workplace HazardSilverUse GRP to kill an enemy by throwing them into an environmental hazard
The Outer WayBronzeFind the Outer Way boarding craft
Desperate TimesBronzeElias gives Jacob a shiv
If the SHU Fits…BronzeActivate the SHU
Without A PaddleBronzeSurvive the pipeslide
Crash SiteBronzeReturn to the crashed ship
In the Pipe, Five by FiveBronzeReach the Hangar flight deck
Power UpBronzeRestore power to the old facility
What Lies BeneathBronzeFind the source
Full CircleBronzeGet thrown back into the original cell

As aforementioned, almost all of these trophies are extremely easy to unlock. You will unlock most of them just by playing the game. For example, you will unlock the Desperate Times trophy within the first 30-40 minutes automatically by progressing the game.

However, there are certain trophies like Grim Reaper and The Protocol is About Life that can require time and dedication. To unlock the Grim Reaper trophy, you need to collect all implant bios that are spread across the map of the game. While it might involve a bit of exploration, you shouldn’t have a tough time.

The most difficult trophy on this list is The Protocol is About Life. To unlock it, you need to beat the game on the highest difficulty – Maximum Security. If you are looking for a challenge, you can start the game on this difficulty and complete it. However, if you want to have a balanced experience, play the game at the difficulty you want and finish it.

Once you are done with the game and have unlocked all other trophies, you can start your new playthrough on the hardest difficulty. This will allow you to only focus on finishing the game rather than doing other things to get trophies.


There you have it, those are all the trophies in The Callisto Protocol. The game has quite straightforward trophies that can be unlocked easily. I would give the Plat a rating of 7 out of 10 since you do not have to do a whole lot. The only difficult trophy is the one where you have to complete the game on Maximum Security.

What are your thoughts about the game so far? Did it match your hype? We would love to hear your thoughts about the trophies and the game in the comments below!

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By day, Umer loves writing about games and talking about them; by night, he is an avid gamer that loves playing League of Legends and RTS games. Being a massive fan of Metal Gear Solid, you'll find Umer always praising the legendary Hideo Kojima.
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