Death Stranding God Particle Go-Getter Trophy - How to Find Higgs's Home

Death Stranding God Particle Go-Getter Trophy - How to Find Higgs's Home

Here's how to find Higgs's home, and get the God Particle Go-Getter Trophy in Death Stranding.

There's a rather special secret Trophy hidden for Death Stranding, that reveals huge hidden details about one of the more intriguing characters. Don't worry, we won't be spoiling any actual plot details in this guide, but we will be detailing how you can uncover this critical information for yourself, should you want to.

Death Stranding: God Particle Go-Getter Trophy

All throughout Death Stranding, you can undertake 'Orders for Sam' from any delivery terminal in the game. These are the orders that progress the main story, while the 'Standard Orders' from delivery terminals are merely side missions, and entirely optional.

Periodically, you'll get a rather weird Order for Sam. It'll be a pizza delivery, for a man named Peter Englert, and it'll be a delivery marked as 'Urgent,' meaning you've got a limited time in which to make the delivery.

Here's where you need to deliver the pizzas to. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Sony

Unfortunately, it's entirely possible to miss these orders. If you don't undertake them before moving on with the story, they'll be lost forever. Therefore, the 'God Particle Go-Getter' can be considered a missable Trophy for Death Stranding, and a pretty easy one at that.

How to Find Higgs's Home

If you want to find Higgs's home and obtain this Trophy though, you'll need to complete all the pizza delivery orders. There should be around three of them throughout the game, and they're all based within the Central Region.

If you can successfully complete all these pizza orders, you'll find Higgs's home. You're in for one hell of a discovery, and we'd consider this side activity highly worth undertaking.

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