The PlayStation 2020 Wrap-Up Shows You All Your Gaming Triumphs
"How many hours did you clock in 2020"
The PlayStation 2020 Wrap-Up Shows You All Your Gaming Triumphs
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Sony’s annual PlayStation 2020 Wrap-Up event is here and just like last year, users can track and boast about their biggest triumphs on PS4 (and a bit on PS5) over the past twelve months. Sony says that the annual tracker is available for users up until 2 March 2021 where players can access their PlayStation 2020 Wrap-Up Reports and claim their special PS4 dynamic theme.


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The PlayStation 2020 Wrap-Up shows off some pretty cool stats from the past year including how many trophies you earned, hours of gaming you clocked, where you spent most of your time and what games you spent it on. For me, I played 127 new games, spent 236 hours on The Elder Scrolls Online, and played 1733 hours of my year playing games. My favourite gaming day was a Sunday evening. I also spent 72% of my gaming time playing solo and the rest playing online.

Sony also shared some interesting stats from The Last of Us Part II and Ghost of Tsushima. According to the stats, 834 million enemies have been killed in Ghost of Tsushima and 200 million hours of game time have been played on The Last of Us Part II.

Check your stats here and make sure you redeem your PS4 theme before 2 March 2021.

A note from Sony: *Users need to have a registered PSN account in their region, be age 18 years or over, have played games on a PS4 console for at least 10 hours between January 1, 2020, and December 31, 2020. Users in Europe, Middle East, Africa, Australasia, India and Russia must have allowed us to collect “Additional Data,” and can check their settings on PS4 at [Settings] > [Device Data/Health & Safety] > [Device Data].






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