Uncharted: The Lost Legacy - Your Prize Trophy

Unlock the Your Prize trophy in Chapter 4 of Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

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There are many collectibles to be found in Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, but there are also a few cool secrets that gamers can find to unlock some of the PS4 trophies. Today, we’re going to show you how to unlock the Your Prize trophy which requires you to appreciate the view at the top of the Hoysala Empire.

Your Prize Trophy

The Your Prize trophy can be unlocked while you’re playing through Chapter 4: The Western Ghats. To find it, open your map and look to the very center. There will be a tower that you can’t miss. Head to the tower to begin your journey to the top.

Begin to climb up the outside and make your way to the very top. This shouldn’t be too difficult by this point in the game. When you finally reach the tip of the tower, Chloe will have some interesting dialogue. Listen to it all the way to the end, even past the point where she talks about getting down. In fact, stay up there and, as the trophy description says, appreciate the view. Once the trophy pops, continue to enjoy a cinematic that shows Chloe putting her yoga skills on display. It’s a cool scene, and something that you don’t want to miss.

You’re free to climb back down at this point, although you should probably try and climb into the tower and interact with the lift. This will allow you to take a much faster way to the top should you ever feel like returning. Unfortunately, the lift isn’t available to deliver you to the top the first time you ascend the tower.

If you’re looking to continue unlocking trophies like Your Prize, consider browsing through our Uncharted: The Lost Legacy guide. You'll find puzzle solutions, collectibles and all the trophies you can handle.

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