PlayStation Wrap Up 2020: how to see your gaming year in review stats and trophies, including hours played

The Wrap-Up is an always interesting look at gaming habits – and with gamers stuck inside more last year, should be more insightful than ever

Wednesday, 3rd February 2021, 1:21 pm

As has become tradition, PlayStation has revealed its wrap-up feature, allowing gamers to look back over their virtual exploits over the course of 2020.

From now until 2 March, PlayStation players can access their PlayStation 2020 Wrap-Up report and share their details with others.

With gaming fans spending even more time than usual indoors over the past year, the stats should reflect a period of time in which virtual play was much safer than physical contact.

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PlayStation players can now see the stats of their gaming year, thanks to Sony's 2020 Wrap-Up report (Photo: Shutterstock)

Here is everything you need to know about it.

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What is the PlayStation Wrap-Up report 2020?

There was a lot for PlayStation fans to sink their teeth into last year, from big name game releases to the launch of a brand new console.

The report covers information on things like the number of trophies earned, your most played games, how many hours you’ve sunk in to your favourite titles, and more.

This year, you’ll also see some stats achieved collectively by PlayStation users in 2020, such as the total number of enemies that have collapsed in fear in Ghost of Tsushima, the total hours PlayStation fans have played in The Last of Us Part II, and total number of home runs scored in MLB: The Show ‘20.

A free dynamic theme featuring PlayStation Shapes is also available to PS4 owners.

How do I see my PlayStation wrap-up?

Users who qualify for a 2020 wrap-up should receive an e-mail to the address registered to their PSN account containing a link from Sony.

To qualify for a wrap-up, you’ll need to have a registered PSN account, be 18 or over, and have played games for at least 10 hours on a PS4 console between 1 January and 31 December 2020.

If you are a PS4 player and also played on PS5 in 2020, you will be able to see a few more general stats from your PS5 experience.

Users in Europe must have allowed Sony to collect “Additional Data,” and can check their settings on PS4 at: Settings > Device Data/Health & Safety > Device Data.

Users also need to have opted in to receive marketing emails via the Notifications Settings on their PSN account.

If you haven’t yet received a link and want to see your wrap-up report, simply head to this website, and sign in with your PlayStation login.

More information on the PlayStation 2020 Wrap-Up report can be found on the PlayStation Blog