FFXV Episode Gladiolus DLC Achievement / Trophy List

The Episode Gladiolus DLC trophy list brings seven new achievements to Final Fantasy XV. One of them is a hidden trophy, while the others are mostly Bronze, and one is Gold. In this guide, we’ll show you the list of achievements in Episode Gladiolus DLC, their descriptions and trophy types.

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FFXV Episode Gladiolus Trophy / Achievement List
FFXV Episode Gladiolus DLC Trophy / Achievement List

Final Fantasy XV Episode Gladiolus Trophy List

Spoiler Alert: There are some spoilers of Episode Gladiolus ahead. If you’ve been intentionally avoiding any info on the DLC, consider yourself duly warned.

Adding to the already hefty Final Fantasy XV trophy list, the Episode Gladiolus DLC adds another seven achievements to the mix. The first two revolve around Gladio’s abilities and strength. The third one is more about how well you work in battle with Cor Leonis, your mentor.

Five and six are connected to the Score Attack mode, which you unlock by beating the story part of the DLC. Basically, you battle droves of enemies and collect points. You need to play the Score Attack mode in order to get Gladio’s new outfit. For more info on that, check out our How to Unlock Gladiolus Rugged Attire New DLC Outfit guide.

Here’s the achievement’s list for Episode Gladiolus:

Picker-UpperPicked up all itemsBronze
Column ColossusUprooted all columnsBronze
Master and PupilPerformed 5 link-strikes with CorBronze
Shield of the Chosen KingCompleted the trials on NormalBronze
No Pain, No GainScored 500.000 or more points in Score AttackBronze
A New BlademasterScored 1.000.000 or more points in Score AttackGold
Transcendence (Secret Trophy)Defeated CorSilver

The FFXV story DLC follows Gladio on his quest to become stronger and more powerful after the party’s defeat by the hands of Ravus. In case you don’t know how to access the DLC, take a gander at our How to Start FFXV Episode Gladiolus DLC guide.

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