Sony has finally turned on its PlayStation 2021 Wrap-Up, enabling gamers to see their PS4 and PS5 numbers for the year 2021. You’ll be able to view how many hours you spent on PlayStation games last year, the five titles you played the most, and a breakdown of the awards you earned after logging into your PSN account.
Playstation Wrap up breaks down the stats
The tool divides your playtime across PS4 and PS5 games, as well as how much time you spend on a console versus Remote Play and how many hours you spent on PlayStation VR. You’ll also see how many games you’ve played and receive a bonus ticket for four avatars.
Sony used the occasion to showcase certain worldwide community metrics in order to sell some of its titles. For example, in Death Stranding Director’s Cut, players drove almost 45 million kilometres and delivered more than 9.4 million gifts. In all, they spent over 12 million hours playing Returnal, with 34.6 percent of Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart players unlocking all of the weaponry.
Users need permission to view the stats
To view their Wrap-Up, users must be 18 or older and have played at least 10 hours of PS4 or PS5 games. It may not function for PS5 players in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Australasia, India, and Russia who haven’t permitted complete data collection or who haven’t approved to “Additional Data” gathering on PS4.
While the PlayStation’s year-end wrap-up feature arrives considerably later than those for other platforms and services, it does at least cover the whole year. For example, Spotify Wrapped only includes listening statistics from January to October. The most recent PlayStation Wrap-Up arrives a few months ahead of the one for 2020, which was released in February. The tool will be available until the 20th of February.