Valve’s new Steam Replay function is right here with a useful abstract of your 2022 PC playtime.
Similar to PlayStation’s annual Wrap-Up function, Steam Replay tots up “all your playtime between the primary second of January 1 and the final second of December 14 (GMT)” – albeit solely the video games you have performed while on-line; offline play and time spent “operating instruments” isn’t included – and presents it as a handy infographic.
In addition to a spotlight panel that reveals how a lot time you have spent on the video games which have stored you busiest over the past 12 months (for me, it has been indie ghosthunting hit Phasmophobia), you additionally get a abstract of your achievements – together with the “uncommon” ones – and your longest streak, in addition to knowledge that lets you understand how you evaluate with the remainder of Steam’s group.
There’s even a spider graph that provides you a peek on the sorts of video games you spent essentially the most time enjoying in 2022, too, in addition to details about your Steam Deck use, ought to you might have one.
If you would like to see the way you form up, the function is obtainable now for all Steam members; simply log in and head to New & Noteworthy on the menu bar – Steam Replay 2022 shall be ready for you within the drop-down menu.
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