How to Get Your PlayStation Summary Report

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When you pick your favorite game, you can take your time and find yourself still playing much later than you intended.

PlayStation fans can now check how much time they’ve spent playing games on the platform. This new limited-time feature is called PlayStation 2021 Wrap-Up and it allows players to look back a year and remember all the games they played.

Checking out your PlayStation Wrap-Up will reward you with four free avatars that you can redeem with a code.

How can you get your PlayStation Summary Report?

  • Go
  • Sign in with your PlayStation Network account
    • After logging in with your account, you’ll be able to see your full Summary report

Players who wish to share their report on social media can scroll to the bottom of their report and use the social buttons to do so. When you use one of the share buttons, a pop-up will appear and you’ll need to sign in to your social media account if you haven’t done so on your device.

The next time you turn on your PlayStation and log into your account, you’ll also be able to use a code that provides four avatars. The aggregate report features collective stats obtained by all PlayStation games, allowing players to check out neat stats like the total number of wrecks in Destroy AllStars and other rare in-game interactions.

The Summary Report will live until February 20th, and chances are it won’t return for a second time until the end of 2022. If you can’t see anything in your Summary report , check the Collection of Additional Data Settings for your account as the disabled option will prevent Sony from tailoring reporting for your account. How to Get Your PlayStation Summary Report


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