Playstation 3

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A trophy unlocking in the PS3 game Uncharted: Drake's Fortune.
The Playstation 3 is a home video game console created by Sony. It was the first console to have trophies, though it did not have them until system software version 2.40 was released on July 2, 2008. Trophies on this console typically have a delay of about 5 – 7 seconds between satisfying the conditions for unlocking a trophy and having its notification actually pop up on the screen.

History[edit]

Over its lifespan, the Playstation 3 received numerous updates and patches that affected how trophies work.

Version Date Description
2.40 July 2, 2008 Initial patch that introduced trophies.[1]
2.41 July 8, 2008 Changed the platinum trophy icon from its original purple crown (Platinum purple crown.png) to the icon in use today (Platinum trophy.png).[2]
3.00 September 1, 2009
3.10 November 19, 2009 Added the option to automatically send updates to the user's Facebook profile when a trophy is unlocked.[4]
3.30 April 22, 2010 Various sorting options for trophies were added (e.g., sorting your entire trophy list by game name, or sorting an individual game's trophy list by trophy grade).
3.40 September 21, 2010 A user's trophy level is now displayed next to their username on friends lists.
3.70 August 9, 2011 Automatic syncing (at a certain specified time) of trophies was introduced.
4.46 June 27, 2013 Added the ability for users turn off trophy notifications.
4.50 October 2, 2013 Added the ability for users to mark some of their games' trophies as private, thus preventing other users from viewing them online.

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References[edit]

  1. List of First PS3 Trophy Supported Games, Kotaku (June 30, 2008). Retrieved September 7, 2017.
  2. 2.41 Firmware Brings New PS3 Platinum Trophy, Kotaku (July 8, 2008). Retrieved September 7, 2017.
  3. PlayStation 3 Firmware (v3.00) Update, PlayStation Blog (August 18, 2009). Retrieved September 8, 2017.
  4. PlayStation 3 Firmware (v3.10) Update, PlayStation Blog (November 16, 2009). Retrieved September 8, 2017.