News | PlayStation players can now view their 2020 stats

From february 2, PlayStation owners will be able to view their 2020 stats. Sony announced this this afternoon.

On the PlayStation Wrap-Up website, players can log in with their PSN account and view various statistics. The website shows the most played games, how much time was spent online and offline and how many trophies were won.

Sony indicates that the website is aimed at PlayStation 4 owners, but that some PlayStation 5 figures are also shown. However, there are some restrictions: in Europe, players must have given Sony access to collect ‘additional data’ and PSN account holders must be eighteen years or older.

In between the statistics, Sony announces that the most played PlayStation Now games are Spider-Man, Days Gone and Horizon Zero Dawn respectively. The Last of Us: Part 2 has also been played for a total of 200 million hours.

Finally, players can claim a special PS4 theme from PlayStation Store.

News | Best wishes for 2021!

2020 is officially over! Welcome to 2021! On behalf of the entire editorial team of I would like to wish you all a fantastic game year.

This strange year is in many cases one to forget quickly, but fortunately a lot of beautiful things have appeared in the field of games. Gems like The Last of Us Part 2, Hades and Animal Crossing helped us get through the year and the arrival of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X also entertained us well. 2021 also promises a lot of good and we are naturally eager to discover the new game year with you.

Of course we would like to thank every reader of for their visit and enthusiasm.

News | Steam breaks player record over Christmas

A player record on Steam was broken over Christmas.

On Christmas Day, 23 million people were online on the platform at the same time. That is more than seven million more than on Christmas Day last year. In 2015 it was only 10.5 million, so it has more than doubled in five years. On the Boxing Day and the day after, almost 25 million simultaneous players were reached this year.

The most popular games over Christmas were PUBG, Dota 2, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Cyberpunk 2077, and Grand Theft Auto 5.