You’ve probably unlocked a ton of PlayStation Network trophies if you play games regularly on your Sony console. It seems that Sony now wants to pay you for unlocking the trophies. Don’t get too excited, though. It will only give players a very small amount of money for unlocking the PSN trophies.

Kotaku spotted a new section on Sony’s Rewards Passes page for PlayStation which reveals a new program that lets players trade in their new PSN trophies for actual money in their PSN account. The language on the page doesn’t confirm if players will be able to win these rewards more than once.

The section lists silver, gold, and platinum trophies as milestones that players can reach to earn points. The points can then be redeemed for real money. The amount won’t be enough to get you a major title, but it will be enough to offset the cost somewhat.

Players will earn one point per Silver trophy, 10 points per gold trophy and 100 points per platinum trophy. They will need 1,000 points to get a $10 PlayStation Network voucher. That money will be added to the player’s PSN wallet.

It’s going to take a lot of grinding to collect 1,000 points. Unlocking 10 platinum trophies is no easy feat. Nevertheless, those who really love completing complex challenges in games to win these trophies now have another reason to further push their abilities.

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