You can get a free PS4 theme while you check your 2020 PlayStation Wrap-Up


PlayStation says I played a lot of games in 2020 – checks out!

I can't say that 2020 is a year I'm eager to look back on, but when it comes to my game-playing habits, sure, I'll reflect. Sony has another year-in-review Wrap-Up for PlayStation fans to look through.

To participate, you'll need to have logged 10 hours last year and, in certain regions, including Europe and Australia, you will have needed the Additional Data toggled on in the PS4 system settings. All set?

Your personalized PlayStation stats will cover the number of games you played in 2020, your favorite genre, your hour count, your top day of the week for gaming, your trophy unlocks, and, if you actually got a PlayStation 5, some insight about your favorite PS5 game and total PS5 gameplay hours.

If you scroll to the bottom, you'll be able to claim a code for a PlayStation 2020 Wrap-Up dynamic PS4 theme – it's a minimalist gray theme with PlayStation shapes calmly floating across the background. Once you've redeemed it, you can download the Wrap-Up theme from the console's Settings menu.

Apparently, I spent the most time with Nioh 2 (141 hours), Fall Guys (81 hours), and Ghost of Tsushima (58 hours), with a total of 859 hours spent across everything on PS4, and 142 hours spent on PS5. It's also amusing to me to learn that Friday afternoons are my most game-packed day of the week. Huh.

Celebrate your gaming year with PlayStation Wrap-Up 2020 [PlayStation Blog]

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