We sang with Spotify Wrapped, got excited with Netflix Recap and destroyed controllers with PlayStation Wrap-Up. But now the time has come for mouse and keyboard gamers: here’s Steam Replay 2022, which reveals the games you’ve spent the most time on this year.
According to the official page, Steam Replay tracks “all of your play time between the first second of January 1st and the last second of December 14th”. But unfortunately the feature only tracks the time spent playing online.
How to access Steam Replay 2022
Just like Spotify’s Wrapped, Steam Replay also features graphs with interesting data (such as achievements unlocked and longest game session). If you have a Steam Deck you will find infographic tables also relating to the use of the console.
Steam Replay 2022 is available to all Steam users at this link.
In the meantime, the news for Steam does not end here: last week it was announced that Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 will officially enter the catalog from January 12th. In March it will be the turn of Sifu, a highly appreciated fighting game developed by Sloclap. Finally, support for Tesla cars also arrived in mid-December.