Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (2024)

Welcome to the Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide! The quintessential VR2 experience, Call of the Mountain will demonstrate what the PSVR2 is capable of doing. The majority of the gameplay will consist of climbing and shooting your bow, which can be quite physical. In order to get Platinum, you will need to complete the game, collect all of the collectible types and do various miscellaneous trophies. By following theHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Collectibles Guide, you will get the majority of the trophies. There are also 2 challenge trophies to complete

The game has various accessibility options that you can adjust to make your experience easier if you desire. They can be found under Options > Accessibility.

Play through the game finding all the collectibles. In Mission 2: Pilgrim’s Trail, the path will split and you will not be able to get all collectibles here in one playthrough, so you will need to replay thisafter you finish the game. Follow theHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Collectibles Guideto collect everything. There are also miscellaneous trophies to earn, several of which you will get naturally, but others you might need to actively attempt.

Below are the missions to unlock the various miscellaneous trophies. Some can be done in multiple missions, but these are the best missions for those trophies:

While playing through the game, you can adjust your settings to make things easier if you desire. Under Options > Accessiblity, you can adjust the following settings to make the game easier without affecting any trophies. While it is recommended you play the game without any accessibility settings, these are an option if you want to make combat faster or are struggling with combat or climbing.

Once you finish the game, you will unlock Mission Select. If you collected everything during your first playthrough, you will at the very least need to replay Mission: Pilgrim’s Trail for the alternate path, but if you missed any other collectibles or miscellaneous trophies, play through the respective missions again to get anything you missed. There will also be 2 challenges to complete in the Challenge Hub, as well as a Machine Safari to embark on, both of which can be done either from the main hub in Dawn’s Grasp or the main menu. These can be accessed earlier in the game, but it is best to leave these until you’ve finished the game.

The Archery Range challenge is very manageable, but the Assault Course challenge will require very fast and precise climbing. This is the hardest trophy in the game and can be very physical, especially if it takes you many attempts.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (1)Answered the Call
Earned all Trophies in Horizon Call of the MountainHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (2)Earn all other trophies in Horizon Call of the Mountain to unlock Platinum.Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (3)Defeated a Thunderjaw
Defeated the Thunderjaw at the top of TalonreachHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (4)Story-related. Cannot be missed.

This will be earned at the end of Mission 5: Talonreach Ascent.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (5)Defeated a Stormbird
Defeated the Stormbird at the top of Devil’s AngerHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (6)Story-related. Cannot be missed.

This will be earned at the end of Mission 9: Devil’s Anger Ascent.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (7)Defeated a Fireclaw
Defeated the Fireclaw in Day’s EndHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (8)Story-related. Cannot be missed.

This will be earned at the end of Mission 12: Day’s End.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (9)Defeated a Bellowback
Defeated a BellowbackHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (10)Story-related. Cannot be missed.

This will be earned during Mission 6: Mother’s Tears.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (11)Defeated a Shellwalker
Defeated a ShellwalkerHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (12)Story-related. Cannot be missed.

This will be earned at the beginning of Mission 7: Elder’s Calling.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (13)Defeated a Scrapper Pack
Defeated a Scrapper PackHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (14)Story-related. Cannot be missed.

This will be earned at the end of Mission 3: Upper Slopes of Brightdawn.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (15)Defeated a Glinthawk Flight
Defeated a Glinthawk FlightHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (16)Story-related. Cannot be missed.

This will be earnedeither during Mission 2: Pligrim’s Trail if you take the left path, otherwise it will be earned during Mission 4: The Sunspear.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (17)Defeated a Grazer
Defeated a Grazer in BrightdawnHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (18)The only opportunity to defeat a Grazer is after picking up your bow in Mission 1: Brightdawn. Directly below you to your right will be a herd of Grazers. Shoot one a few times to kill it. If they all manage to run away before you get a kill, simply restart checkpoint and try it again.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (20)A Rock to the Head
Climbed Brightdawn to the view of Dawn’s GraspHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (21)Story-related. Cannot be missed.

This will be earned at the end of Mission 1: Brightdawn.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (22)The Sunspear
Completed the Pilgrims’ Trail to the top of the SunspearHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (23)Story-related. Cannot be missed.

This will be earned at the end of Mission 4: The Sunspear.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (24)A New Threat
Discovered the Powerful Machine Lure at the top of TalonreachHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (25)Story-related. Cannot be missed.

This will be earned at the end of Mission 5: Talonreach Ascent.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (26)The Metal Devil
Repaired the Transmitter Box to Ascend to the Metal Devil on Devil’s AngerHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (27)Story-related. Cannot be missed.

This will be earned at the end of Mission 8: Talonreach Tower.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (28)Asera’s Fall
Stopped Asera from reaching Meridian on her TallneckHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (29)Story-related. Cannot be missed.

This will be earned at the end of Mission 11:Eagle’s Fall.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (30)Crafted Pickaxes
Crafted your PickaxesHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (31)Story-related. Cannot be missed.

You will craft your pickaxes in the hub area after completing Mission 2: Pilgrim’s Trail.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (32)Fully Equipped
Crafted and Collected all of the ToolsHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (33)Story-related. Cannot be missed.

There are five tools in the game, and you will need to collect them all to be able to progress throughout the game.

  • Pickaxes
  • Ropecaster
  • Ropedart
  • Sundisk
  • Grapple

The Grapple will be your last tool to collect, and you will craft this at the beginning of Mission 10: Devil’s Anger.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (34)Mastered the Elements
Crafted Elemental AmmoHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (35)Throughout the game you will find components for various arrow types. For this trophy you will need to craft either a Blaze Arrow or Shocker Arrow. With these components, pull out your bow and turn it upside down, then press Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (36) when hovering over your desired arrow type. Place the components in their craft spot and you will craft all of the arrows you have available for that type.Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (37)Fully Armed
Collected all of the Weapon and Ammo typesHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (38)In order to get this, you will need to get both weapons and seven ammo types. The Bow is found in Chapter 1: Brightdawn, and the Blast Sling is found in Chapter 6: Mother’s Tears. The Bow will have five arrow types, which can be crafted after finding their respective arrowheads, whereas the Blast Sling will have two types of ammo that are simply collected. As long as you don’t actively avoid making one of the arrow types, you should earn this upon crafting Precision Arrows in Mission 9: Devil’s Anger Ascent.

Weapons and Ammo Types:

  • Bow
    • Regular Arrow
    • Precision Arrow
    • Blaze Arrow
    • Shocker Arrow
    • Tear Arrow
  • Blast Sling
    • Frost Bomb
    • Flame Bomb
Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (39)Warning Beacon
Shot a Warning BeaconHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (40)SeeFull Alert Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (41) .Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (42)Alerted
Shot all of the Warning Beacons in a MissionHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (43)SeeFull AlertHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (44) .Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (45)Full Alert
Shot all Warning Beacons in Horizon Call of the MountainHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (46)There are 111 Warnings Beacons spread throughout the game. Warning Beacons are targets you can shoot, often hanging off the scenery. Many of these will be visible on your direct path, but some are quite sneakily placed throughout the game. Whenever you shoot one, your total count for that mission will update. If collecting these through Mission Select after finishing the game, you can leave a mission as soon as it saves to make sure it counts, or you can leave to the hub area via a campfire.

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Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (47)Master Climber
Completed a Legendary ClimbHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (48)SeeLegendary Climber Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (49) .Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (50)Legendary Climber
Completed all Legendary ClimbsHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (51)There are 6 Legendary Climbs throughout the game. As the name implies, these are long climbs up significant landscapes. Several of these you will unlock naturally as they are story-related, but a few of these will be optional.If collecting these through Mission Select after finishing the game, you can leave a mission as soon as it saves to make sure it counts, or you can leave to the hub area via a campfire.

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Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (52)Collector
Found a Lore Collectible in Horizon Call of the MountainHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (53)SeeScholarHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (54) .Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (55)Scholar
Found all Lore Collectibles in Horizon Call of the MountainHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (56)There are 20 Lore Collectibles spread throughout the game. These are traditional collectibles that you pick up to collect. Many of these will be found on tables in buildings, sometimes inside some type of container. You can view your Lore Collectibles from the Lore Room in Dawn’s Grasp, the hub area. Unlike the other collectible types, one Lore Collectible will be found in the Challenge Hub, so it will not display on any of the Mission Select collectible trackers. If collecting these through Mission Select after finishing the game, you can leave a mission as soon as it saves to make sure it counts, or you can leave to the hub area via a campfire.

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Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (57)Cairn Builder
Constructed a CairnHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (58)SeeMaster Cairn BuilerHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (59) .Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (60)Master Cairn Builder
Constructed all of the Cairns in Horizon Call of the MountainHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (61)There are 7 Cairns to build throughout the game. These are indicated by a pile of rocks sitting on a platform with two wooden sticks on the side, showing how high you must stack the rocks to create the Cairn. You will need to stack the rocks on top of each other, which can sometimes prove frustrating if the cairn collapses. If collecting these through Mission Select after finishing the game, you can leave a mission as soon as it saves to make sure it counts, or you can leave to the hub area via a campfire.

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Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (62)In your Element
Triggered an Elemental Explosion by Destroying a Machine’s CanisterHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (63)Several of the larger machines in the game (like the Thunderjaw and Stormbird) will have blaze and frost canisters on their bodies, which when shot enough will explode and apply that element to them for a short period. The best opportunity to do this is on the Stormbird in Chapter 9: Devil’s Anger Ascent. The frost canisters on the Stormbird’s shoulders are very easy to see, and they will explode from a single arrow, so they are very easy to destroy.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (65)Lights Out
Shoot a Watcher in the eye before it spots youHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (66)This can be done on the right path of Mission 2: Pilgrim’s Trail, but the easiest spot for this is during the first encounter in Mission 6: Mother’s Tears. There will be several Watchers that appear right in front of you, when they are scanning in front of them, try to shoot them in the eye. If you miss and alert them, simply restart checkpoint and try it again.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (68)Heavy Hitter
Used the Ballista or Blaze Barrels to Damage a MachineHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (69)Throughout several encounters in the game, particularly those against larger machines, there will either be blaze barrels around the arena for you to shoot, or ballistae that you can mount and shoot. The earliest opportunity for this will be against the Thunderjaw in Chapter 5: Talonreach Ascent, as it will have both blaze barrels and ballistae for you to use. This will likely come naturally, as many of the fights from this point forward have blaze barrels and they arealwaysworth using.Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (70)Carja in Shadow
Got through a Watcher Stealth Area UndetectedHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (71)This can be done on the right path of Mission 2: Pilgrim’s Trail, but the easiest spot for this is during theWatcher encounters in Mission 6: Mother’s Tears. In any Watcher encounter, sneak through the area without them fully discovering you. Their search beam can turn yellow, as long as they do not turn red and become fully alerted. During the encounters in Mother’s Tears, you will be able to use the red grass as cover to sneak past them undetected.Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (72)Disc Shot!
Shot a Thunderjaw Disc out of the AirHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (73)You will face a Thunderjaw in both Mission 5: Talonreach Ascent and Mission 10: Devil’s Anger. During these fights, the Thunderjaw will shoot out a barrage of discs that create lasers that point at you. For this trophy, simply shoot one of these discs out of the air.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (75)Clean Run
Completed a Mission without DyingHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (76)The easiest mission to do this on is Mission 1: Brightdawn. Not only is this the shortest level, but it only have one combat encounter with a single Watcher, and the climbing sections are very easy. If you need to you can adjust your Accessibility settings to make it so you cannot lose health, and also make it so you cannot fall during climbing sections, making it effectively impossible to die.Restarting checkpoint will also void the trophy.Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (77)Top of the Class
Achieved the highest score at the Dawn’s Grasp Assault CourseHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (78)Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (79)

The Dawn’s Grasp Assault Course can be accessed in the Challenge Hub. In order to access the Challenge Hub, you can either go down the elevator in Dawn’s Grasp, or access it from the main menu. Before you can ever attempt to beat the highest score here, you will need access to all tools, so wait until you have obtained the Grapple before attempting this.

In order to beat the best score, you will need to get a score of 1500 or higher. Scoring for the Assault Course is based on the rings you go through, and the time it takes you to complete the course. With the route you take with all tools available, you will get 1300 points from the rings you pass through, so you will need to get the remaining 200 points from completing it fast. My completion time was 1:51, which gave me 223 points, so you will need to finish it in roughly 1:55 or faster.

The first thing you will need to master in order to complete this is learning the route. Follow the route normally until you reach the second zipline. Instead of going right, you will want to go left and up to a wall you can scale with your Pickaxes. Once you climb up, there will be a Ropecaster Swing. Swing and take the zipline to reach a Ropedart section. After crossing the Ropedart zipline, climb up and immediately look up to spot a Grapple point. Climb up and turn right to spot another Grapple point. Now zipline to the finish.

The second thing you will need to master is completing sections quickly. Go to Options > Accessibility and adjustClimbing Reach Multiplier up to 2x. This will make your climbing faster overall. Do not use Auto Rotation When Climbing, as this can cause you to bug out when trying to grab a zipline and lose your time. Whenever you are using ziplines, you will want to manually pull yourself down the rope to descend it faster. Similarly, with ropes that you jump to, grab it once then immediately let go to drop faster, and grab it near the end so you land safely.

When you have a tool point coming up, make sure to pull out your tool in preparation for it. With the pickaxe wall, remember that you can grab your pickaxe by reaching over your shoulder and pressing Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (89) rather than grabbing it from the weapon wheel. Do note however with 2x climbing reach multiplier, you may accidentally grab the ledge instead of a pickaxe when doing this, so make sure to reach far back to grab the pickaxe.

Other than that, simply try and climb as fast as you possibly can. Skip as many grabs as you can. Don’t overexert yourself when attempting this multiple times in a row, as you might find your performance will decline the more you attempt it. Take a break and retry later.

Below are my times at each checkpoint (when the timer is first visible) as a reference for how quickly I reach each section. I did this using controller movement for walking rather than gesture movement:

  • Checkpoint 1: 22 seconds
  • Checkpoint 2: 48 seconds
  • Checkpoint 3: 1 minute 1 second
  • Checkpoint 4: 1 minute 32 seconds
  • Completion: 1 minute 51 seconds
Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (90)On Target
Achieved the highest score at the Dawn’s Grasp Archery RangeHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (91)Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (92)

The Dawn’s GraspArchery Range can be accessed in the Challenge Hub. In order to access the Challenge Hub, you can either go down the elevator in Dawn’s Grasp, or access it from the main menu.

In order to beat the best score, you will need to get a score of 1500 or higher. Scoring for the Archery Range will be based on how quickly you complete it and how many targets you hit. There will be the primary targets that will stay up and you will need to hit all of these to finish the attempt, and there will also be bonus targets. These bonus targets will appear in front of the waterfall and will only stay for a few seconds. Every time this bonus target pops up, you will want to make sure you hit it if you want to beat the score. There will be 3 bonus targets that appear during the challenge.

My completion time was 49 seconds which gave me a score of 1,543 with all 3 bonus targets hit, so you will need to hit them all quite quickly. It is best to play the challenge a few times to learn the positions and when the bonus targets appear, then try do it quickly. If you want, you can go to Options > Accessibility and turn on Auto Load Arrows to make shooting faster, so you can effectively rapid fire your arrows at the targets. I had this turned off like in the screenshot below and you can still rapid fire arrows this way, but having it enabled might make it easier for you.

Horizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (95)Machine Safari
Embarked on a Machine SafariHorizon VR Call of the Mountain Trophy Guide & Roadmap (96)In order to embark on a Machine Safari, you can either interact with the boat toy in the Lore Room in Dawn’s Grasp, or access it from the main menu. You can do this at any point once you have access to the Dawn’s Grasp hub area after completing the second level. You do not need to complete the Machine Safari for this trophy, simply starting it is enough.

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