The studio's executive producer Kalle Kaivola said the achievement requires players to clear all 700 or so stages, while also achieving 100 percent destruction with the Mighty Eagle.
"I'd love to meet the guy who does that first, I'm just totally going to congratulate them."
If you're not going to set out to attain the outlandish achievement, it's expected to take most players 30 hours to complete every stage, while it'll take 100 hours to achieve a three-star ranking on each stage.
The trilogy, which launches on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and 3DS, releases today in North America for $40 ($30 for the 3DS version), with a European launch following on Friday. The game includes Angry Birds, Angry Birds Rio, and Angry Birds Seasons. At least two downloadable content packs will be launching for the trilogy.