Alien Isolation Trophies Guide

7 October 2014
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Alien Isolation Trophies Guide

The Alien Isolation trophies guide lists every trophy for this PS3 & PS4 survival-horror game and tells you how to get and unlock them.

In the Alien Isolation trophy guide we’ll show there are 51 Trophies (6 Hidden) that can be earned in the PS3 and PS4 versions. Earn Bronze (42), Silver (5), Gold (3), and Platinum (1) Trophies to increase your Gamer Level.

Index of Alien Isolation Guides:

Alien Isolation Trophies Guide

[Work-In-Progress]

1. Alien: Isolation (Platinum) — Unlocked every Alien: Isolation trophy

2. Awake (Bronze) — Complete the first mission

3. Welcome to Sevastopol (Bronze) — Complete the second mission

4. A Hunt Begins (Bronze) — Complete the third mission

5. You Shouldn’t Be There. (Bronze) — Complete the fourth mission

6. How Do You Feel? (Bronze) — Complete the fifth mission

7. Caught in the Trap (Bronze) — Complete the sixth mission

8. An Outpost of Progress (Bronze) — Complete the seventh mission

9. Shock to the System (Bronze) — Use the stun baton

10. Bait (Bronze) — Complete the tenth mission

11. Hazard Containment (Bronze) — Complete the eleventh mission

12. A Synthetic Solution (Bronze) — Complete the twelfth mission

13. Consultation (Bronze) — Complete the thirteenth mission

14. Survivor (Gold) — Complete the game on the hardest difficulty setting

15. Ripley, Signing Off (Silver) — Complete the game on any difficulty setting

16. The Missing (Bronze) — Collect an ID tag

17. The Taken (Silver) — Collect all ID tags

18. Archivist (Bronze) — Collect 10 Nostromo logs in the main campaign

19. Light ’em Up (Bronze) — Use the flamethrower

20. Just out of Reach (Bronze) — Contact your team and escape Comms without being attacked by an android

Location: Mission 4: Seegson Communications

This can be done via chapter select. During this mission you may not attack any of the androids (the robots that look like humans) and you may not be grabbed, punched or kicked by one. It’s totally okay if they see you. As long as they don’t make physical contact with you it’s all fine. If they do touch you, then start from the last save game.
You can run through most sections, but in some occasions it’s safer to sneak past the enemies (especially at the end). Pay attention at which point of the video there’s running, walking or crouching. Try to copy that as good as possible and you shouldn’t have any trouble.

Note: It doesn’t matter if the Alien from the vents kills you. This has no influence on this trophy.

21. Use With Caution… (Bronze) — Use the shotgun

22. Every Bullet Counts (Bronze) — Use the revolver

23. Self Defense (Bronze) — Kill 10 humans

24. Not a Scratch (Bronze) — Escape from android combat without taking damage

Location: Mission 4: Seegson Communications

You’ll enter the Internal Communications as part of the story. In the back room you can find the blueprint for the EMP Mine. Once you have the blueprint, you will have to craft the item which requires:
– 25 Scrap
– 3 Charge Packs
– 2 Sensors
– 1 SCJ Injector
– 2 Bonding Agents

Craft the item whenever you have enough resources (can be done on later missions), and then use the EMP Mine on any Android in order to stun them, and unlock the trophy.

25. A Perfect Organism (Bronze) — Encounter the Alien in Sevastopol for the first time

26. She’s in the Vents… (Bronze) — Use the vent system 20 times

27. I Admire its Purity (Bronze) — Detect 30 targets with the motion tracker

28. Build to Survive (Bronze) — Construct an item

29. Mercy or Prudence? (Gold) — Complete the game without killing any humans

30. Seegson Security Bypass (Bronze) — Perform 10 successful hacks

31. Seegson Systems Expert (Bronze) — Complete 10 minigames successfully

32. Power Games (Bronze) — Access 10 different rewire points

33. A True Engineer (Bronze) — Construct one of each craftable item

34. A Record of Disaster (Bronze) — Collect an archive log

35. Voices of Sevastopol (Silver) — Collect 100 archive logs

36. Fault Detected (Bronze) — Kill an Android

Location: Mission 4: Seegson Communications
For extra tips, see the “Not a Scratch” section above.

37. Throwing the Switch (Bronze) — Complete the fourteenth mission

38. The Message (Bronze) — Complete the fifteenth mission

39. Hide. Run. Survive. (Silver) — Complete the fifth mission without being killed by the Alien

Location: Mission 5: The Quarantine

The part for this trophy starts when you access the computer in Morley’s office. This is your main objective and unmissable.
The Alien will then drop from the vents above. You may never ever run or it will hear you. Only walk and crouch! Also use your motion tracker to see the current location of the Alien.
All you need to do is grab Morley’s Keycard from the corpse in room A-29, then exit the area. The entire encounter will take around 3 minutes. The trophy will pop at the very end of the mission.

Note: If the Alien spots you, or is about to kill you, then quickly restart the checkpoint.

40. Transmission (Bronze) — Complete the sixteenth mission

41. One Shot (Gold) — Complete the game without dying

42. Free the Torrens (Bronze) — Complete the seventeenth mission

43. End of the Hunt (Bronze) — Complete the eighteenth mission

44. This Should Work (Bronze) — Use the bolt gun

45. My Turn Now (Silver) — Kill an android using only the maintenance jack

Location: Mission 4: Seegson Communications

A perfect spot for this is at the very start of chapter 4 where you encounter the first Android in the game. As you go through the long hallway you will see a friendly Android (robot that looks like a human). Attack him a couple of times with the maintenance jack from behind. This will put the Android in combat mode and he will counter all frontal attacks. So now you need to run away and hide until the Android goes back to his post. Sneak up to him and land some strikes from behind. Keep repeating this until he is dead.

Hidden Trophies:

46. Retreat From Fire (Bronze) — Cause the Alien to retreat using a molotov

47. Back Off (Bronze) — Cause the Alien to retreat by using the flamethrower

48. Stunned (Bronze) — Knock down a human or stun an android with a non-lethal attack

Location: Mission 4: Seegson Communications

To stun androids you need to throw an EMP mine at them. The blueprints for this mine can be found in chapter 4, in a sideroom of the area where you contact your team (you have to access a computer here and will see a cutscene). Craft the item via your weapon wheel and throw it at one of the androids in this area.
If you don’t have the crafting materials at this point, then don’t worry. There will be many other encounters with Androids. Just build an EMP mine when you have enough materials and keep it in your inventory until you see an Android again.

Tip: You can also do this against humans by throwing a flashbang at them. The flashbang blueprints can be found in chapter 3, in the area where you retrieve the new Data Cell.

49. Mind Your Step (Bronze) — Navigate Reactor Maintenance without dying

Location: Mission 14: The Decent

As you get through the Reactor Maintenance without dying, be careful of the Facehugger’s in the Alien Nest, as you won’t have time to restart a save before the game records the death if they attach to your face.
The objective here is to overcharge the Alpha Core and Beta Core. As soon as you are done with that you can go back to the elevator to exit the area.
The game will automatically create a new save when you enter the Reactor Maintenance. You should now back up your save game (USB Stick / PS+ Cloud). In case you die, you can copy back your save game and try it again without having to replay the entire mission. If you are quick enough you can also restart the last checkpoint when you are about to die. There are, however, some spiders in this area that will kill you instantly with one hit and they are very hard to see because they are so tiny and move so fast. This is why you should back up your save game. There are also some normal Aliens. Pick up the Flamethrower in the beginning of the Reactor Maintenance to fend off the Spiders and Aliens. Also burn the Spider Pods before any enemy comes out of them.

Note: If the Alien spots you, or is about to kill you, then quickly restart the checkpoint. If you need help on a specific difficult section, check out the video guide below for more tips.

50. 100 Times Too Many (Bronze) — Get killed by the Alien 100 times

51. Not the First (Bronze) — Turn off the beacon

Special thanks to Sega, Powerpyx, PS4Trophies & Maka for the list, tips & guide videos.

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