Arrived during life on PS3, the Trophies were quickly adopted by PlayStation players. Since then, these virtual rewards inspired by the Achievements of the Xbox 360 have been systematically present on all Sony consoles. If you are wondering where exactly one of the creators of several PlayStation consoles stands vis-à-vis the Trophies, his profile tells you everything.
The PSN profile and therefore the list of Trophies of Mark Cerny, the architect of the PS5 and the PS4, are surprisingly public. Indeed, a large number of video game personalities hide their presence online. For example not to be annoyed during the game or not to receive questions that they cannot answer.
Mark Cerny’s Trophies unveiled
For his part, Mark Cerny does not hide his PSN ID. This therefore allows to know the tastes of the engineer in terms of video games. As of this writing, it is therefore possible to say that Mark Cerny has played 77 games from his public profile.
In total, he released 1,802 Trophies. 38 Platinum Trophies, 211 Gold Trophies, 407 Silver Trophies and 1,146 Bronze Trophies. In the world ranking, the architect of the PS4 and the PS5 occupies the 315,412th place. The last game he played on PS5 was Deathloop. And he has so far released 60% of his Trophies.
Trophy hunter or completionist?
However, his last Platinum Trophy dates back to November 3. It was on this date that he obtained the Platinum Trophy from Hades. For the record, his first Platinum Trophy dates back to November 23, 2013. It was on that day that Mark Cerny unlocked Resogun’s ultimate reward.
If the PlayStation Trophies are basically inspired by the Xbox Achievements, they have innovated with their preciousness system. And according to recent statements from Jason Ronald of Microsoft, it may well be that Xbox will soon offer a Platinum Trophy equivalent on its platforms. Speaking of Xbox, and unfortunately for those whose curiosity is never satisfied, it’s unclear if Mark Cerny also has an Xbox Live account.
What do you think of the Mark Cerny Trophy Showcase? Is the architect of the PS5 doing better than you? What do you think is his most impressive in-game performance? Which Trophy are you most proud of? Let’s talk about virtual rewards in the comments below.