For some people, New Game Plus modes are a lot of fun. They will experience a story that they liked again, but this time a little more skill is needed. Some don’t like it when they have to start from scratch. After you first beat the story of Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, you unlock Challenge Mode, which is basically the New Game Plus version of this title. But if you end up doing it, will you lose all progress?
When you enter the challenge mode in Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, the only progress you lose in the game is the progress of the story. When you start from the beginning, all the weapons, upgrades, screws and collectibles you have will be transferred to the new mode with you. This is a fairly standard procedure with modes like this, because you’ve already completed the story, and there wouldn’t be much for you to do if you could keep up.
While your story resets and you keep your inventory, Challenge mode will solve this problem. The enemies will be more impressive, but again you have a new multiplier that increases the number of screws gained, the more you avoid hits and take them off. If there are secondary goals that you want to meet, we recommend that you do so before you run Prompt mode. Otherwise, if you want a bigger challenge, test your skills and go for it.