Pyre Receives New Details on Trophy List and PS4 Pro Support

4K support on PS4 Pro and 50+ trophies will be available alongside Pyre's launch next week.

on July 21, 2017 2:46 PM

Recently, Supergiant Games’ Greg Kasavin took to the PlayStation Blog to divulge a few last-minute details of his upcoming action RPG Pyre. More specifically, Kasavin detailed what those with PS4 Pro’s will be able to look forward to alongside discussing the game’s trophies.

To start, Kasavin confirmed that Pyre will run in natively in 4K on PS4 Pro, which serves as a first for a Supergiant title. To go along with that, he also confirmed that the game will indeed be running at 60 frames per second. Of course, if you don’t have a PS4 Pro just yet, Kasavin assured fans that they game will still look gorgeous regardless of where you play it.

In addition, Kasavin went on to talk about the trophy support that will be included with Pyre. Kasavin told us that Pyre will launch with over 50 trophies — more than both Bastion or Transistor — and among those will be included the tough-to-obtain Platinum trophy. He said that the reason for including so many trophies within Pyre is because, “at their best, they can open your eyes to new ways to play and create a really exciting game-within-a-game experience, and make you feel that much more rewarded when you finally get all of them.” While we don’t have an exact list of the requirements for the trophies yet, they will surely go live soon.

In other Pyre news, just yesterday the game received a new launch trailer to coincide with its upcoming release. For those who may be interested, this trailer serves as your best way to understand how the game plays, who you will be playing as, and seeing the gorgeous art style in action. I suggest you check it out if you haven’t done so yet.

Pyre will be available next Tuesday, July 25 on both PS4 and PC. Our review for Pyre will be publishing soon, so be sure to stay tuned until then.

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Logan Moore is a Staff Writer at DualShockers who focuses on all things PlayStation. He is also an audio and video production student from Indianapolis who spends his free time podcasting over at Model Citizens Media or micro-managing his fantasy baseball team.