Welcome to PlayStation LifeStyle’s Trophy Guide for Automatron, the first piece of downloadable content for Fallout 4! Automatron adds five more Trophies to Fallout 4’s original list. Fortunately for Trophy hunters, this will be a very quick and painless list to complete. Three of the five Trophies are tied to the completion of missions. None of which are missable and there are no branching paths that will affect the Trophies either.
Spoiler Warning: There are spoilers within this guide. If you’re trying to avoid spoilers, it is recommended that you complete the game before reading any further.
Mechanical Menace – Bronze
– Complete “Mechanical Menace”
This Trophy is story related. This will be the very first mission of the DLC. It will be added to your Pip-Boy when the distress signal is picked up.
Headhunting – Bronze
– Complete “Headhunting”
This Trophy is story related.
Restoring Order – Bronze
– Complete “Restoring Order”
This Trophy is story related. This will be the very last mission of the DLC.
Robot Hunter – Bronze
– Unlock 10 Robot Mods
This Trophy will come over time as you play through the Automatron missions. Make sure to loot every single robot you kill as they will drop mods when defeated. Collecting the mods from the defeated robots will count as them being unlocked. Just remember to always loot defeated enemies.
The Most Toys – Bronze
– Build 10 Robot Mods
Before you can build robot mods, you’ll need to first build a Robot Workbench at any of your settlements. You won’t need to go out of your way to construct a Robot Workbench either. Doing so will be part of the mission “A New Threat.” Once you have that built, you can then build robot mods with junk found at whatever settlement(s) your Robot Workbench is located at.
This basically works the same as modding the power armor suits. You’ll have the option to mod the head, arms, torso and legs.
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