What We Know About Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth (FF7R) Trophies So Far

Abu Taher Tamim
By Abu Taher Tamim
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Do you want to know about all the trophies available in Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth (FF7R)? If yes, I’ll mention all the trophies in this article.

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is set to launch on February 29, 2024, as one of the most anticipated PlayStation 5 exclusives. As the second part in the Final Fantasy VII remake trilogy, fans are eager to continue the epic story of Cloud, Tifa, Aerith, and the rest of their party.

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Like any major PS5 release, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth comes packed with trophies for you to earn by completing various story chapters, side content, and challenges. While Square Enix has not officially revealed the complete trophy list yet, a trophy list for FF7 Rebirth was leaked online, which provides insight into what we can expect. Let’s take a look at all 61 trophies.

Warning: Potential minor spoilers below.

All Trophies in Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth (FF7R)

All Trophies in Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth
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I’ve listed all the trophies in Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth (FF7R). You can expect 1 Platinum trophy, 1 Gold trophy, 5 Silver trophies, and 54 Bronze trophies. The full leaked trophy list can be found below:

Name of the TrophyHow-to GetTrophy Type
The Planet’s HopeEarn all FINAL FANTASY VII REBIRTH trophies.Platinum
Never Meet Your HeroesComplete Chapter 1.Bronze
Swampy SituationComplete Chapter 2.Bronze
Make Mine BackComplete Chapter 3.Bronze
The President’s CommendationComplete Chapter 4.Bronze
Cryptic CameoComplete Chapter 5.Bronze
Fun in the SunComplete Chapter 6.Bronze
The Price of ProgressComplete Chapter 7.Bronze
Worth the Weight?Complete Chapter 8.Bronze
Crying OutComplete Chapter 9.Bronze
Stars Fell from My EyesComplete Chapter 10.Bronze
You’re Not MurasakiComplete Chapter 11.Bronze
Hearts Out, Dukes UpComplete Chapter 12.Bronze
I’m Here for YouComplete Chapter 13.Bronze
Confluence of WorldsComplete Chapter 14.Bronze
I Got ThisWin a battle.Bronze
Exploitative PracticesExploit an enemy’s weakness.Bronze
Unfettered FriendshipFree a bound ally.Bronze
Staggered LearningStagger an enemy.Bronze
Break It DownUse a limit break.Bronze
Fledgling SummonerInvoke a summon.Bronze
Team PlayerUse a synergy skill.Bronze
No “I” in “Synergy”Use a synergy ability.Bronze
Entering New MarketsComplete a quest.Bronze
Weapons 101Max out a weapon ability’s proficiency.Bronze
A Materia WorldLevel up an orb of materia.Bronze
New BloodRaise your Queen’s Blood rank.Bronze
Caching InComplete your search of a cache location.Bronze
I Brake for ChocobosRepair three chocobo stops.Bronze
Expert Ex-kweh-vatorUse a chocobo to find two treasures buried by rabbits.Bronze
You Work for Me NowDefeat a summon in battle and obtain its materia.Bronze
Intelligence AideGather world intel at five separate locations.Bronze
Intelligence SpecialistGather world intel at fifty separate locations.Bronze
Director of Regional IntelligenceGather all pieces of world intel in a region.Bronze
Founder’s BonusObtain a protorelic in the grasslands.Bronze
Fort Condor CommanderObtain a protorelic in the Junon region.Bronze
Cactuar CrusherObtain a protorelic in the Corel region.Bronze
Honorary TurkObtain a protorelic in the Gongaga region.Bronze
The Gambit Paid OffObtain a protorelic in the Cosmo Canyon region.Bronze
Professional HandlerObtain a protorelic in the Nibel region.Bronze
Bladesman of LegendDefeat Gilgamesh.Silver
Moogle LoverMax out your moogle emporium merchant rank.Bronze
Materia CompletionistDevelop all possible materia together with Chadley.Silver
7th, Assemble!Recruit all Midgar 7th Infantry units for the parade in Junon.Bronze
Stealing the ShowWin the prize for outstanding performance in the Junon Parade.Bronze
Card RoyaltyWin the Queen’s Blood tournament held on board the Shinra-8.Bronze
Critically AcclaimedReceive a review of S or higher for your performance in Loveless at the Gold Saucer.Bronze
1-Star StartupDonate 10 items to the treasure trove at Johnny’s Seaside Inn.Bronze
3-Star HotelDonate 30 items to the treasure trove at Johnny’s Seaside Inn.Bronze
5-Star HotelDonate 60 items to the treasure trove at Johnny’s Seaside Inn.Silver
7-Star HotelInform Johnny that you have donated all possible items to his treasure trove.Gold
Polygonal PrizefighterDefeat Sephiroth in 3D Brawler.Bronze
Piano VirtuosoPlay all six Piano Outreach Association songs well enough to receive remuneration.Bronze
Are You Not Entertained?Complete all bouts in the Musclehead Colloseum.Bronze
Hall of FamerWin all chocobo races.Bronze
My Job Here Is DoneComplete all quests.Bronze
Grind It OutAttain Level 70 with a character.Bronze
Staggering SuccessDeal 300% or more damage to a staggered enemy.Bronze
Well-RoundedMaster all weapon abilities and limit breaks, including those found in folios.Bronze
Of Hardy StockComplete all chapters on Hard difficulty.Silver
Virtually RenownedComplete all of Chadley’s combat simulations.Silver
The Complete Trophy List for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth
Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth characters looking at each other
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My Take On FF7 Rebirth’s Trophy List

Platinum Trophy

As expected, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth has a platinum trophy titled ‘The Planet’s Hope’, which requires earning every other trophy in the game. This will involve completing the main story, all side content, collectibles, and more. If the trophy list is accurate, expect this one to take upwards of 100 hours based on developer estimates.

Gold, Silver, and Bronze Trophies

The leaked Final Fantasy VII Rebirth trophy list contains 1 gold trophy, 5 silver trophies and 54 bronze trophies.

The sole gold trophy is titled ‘7-Star Hotel’ and involves donating every possible item to Johnny’s treasure trove, hinting at some sort of collection or donation mechanic.

The silver trophies are tied to major milestones like completing all of Chadley’s combat simulations, developing all Materia, defeating an enemy named Gilgamesh, and more.

The majority of the trophies are bronze, linked to story chapters, combat feats, side activities, and collectibles. There are 14 story-related chapter trophies indicating the length of the main campaign. Others are tied to using certain combat abilities, limit breaks and Summons, along with raising experience levels.

Side Activities and Mini-Games

In addition to story and combat trophies, there are also several tied to optional content and mini-games new to Final Fantasy VII Rebirth. These include:

  • Repairing chocobo stops and finding hidden treasures with a chocobo.
  • Participating in and winning the Junon Parade.
  • Completing the Queen’s Blood card tournament.
  • Scoring well in Loveless musical performances.
  • Donating items to Johnny’s Seaside Inn.
  • Defeating Sephiroth in 3D Brawler.
  • Playing piano songs.
  • Winning chocobo races.
  • Completing all Musclehead Colosseum bouts.

These mini-game and side quest trophies will likely add considerable length to obtaining the platinum trophy.

Collectibles

Collecting items appears to play a big role in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, based on the trophy list. There are trophies for:

  • Gathering ‘World Intel’ at multiple locations.
  • Finding ‘Protorelics’ in each major region.
  • Maxing out the Moogle Emporium merchant rank.
  • Donating items to Johnny’s Seaside Inn treasure trove.

Tracking down all collectibles and hidden items in the world will be needed for some of the biggest trophies.

Grinding and Replayability

Like many RPG trophy lists, Final Fantasy VII Rebirth appears to include some grinding. There are trophies for:

  • Reaching Level 70 with a character.
  • Dealing 300% damage to a staggered enemy.
  • Mastering all weapon abilities and limit breaks.

There is also a trophy for completing every chapter on Hard difficulty. So a minimum of two walkthroughs will be required if you want the platinum trophy.

The Road to 100%

Based on the leaked trophy list, completing every task needed for the Final Fantasy VII Rebirth platinum trophy will likely take over 100 hours. There is a lengthy main story to finish, challenging super bosses like Gilgamesh, tons of side content, collectibles to find, and mastery of the combat system required.

While 100 hours may seem daunting, Final Fantasy VII Remake also required extensive playtime for its platinum trophy and was highly rewarding. We expect the same will be true when Final Fantasy VII Rebirth launches on February 29, 2024, for PlayStation 5.

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Abu Taher Tamim is a Staff Writer at GameRiv. He started playing video games when one of his uncles brought him a PS1, after it was launched. Since that day until now, he still play video games. As he loves video games so much, he became a gaming content writer.