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PlayStation 2021 year-end report gives you personalized stats on your gaming triumphs

See how much you played, what you devoted the most hours to, and your greatest gaming achievements over the last year.

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Just when you thought the flood of year-end, personalized summaries from gaming and social media platforms was at an end, PlayStation is sliding in. Starting Thursday, certain PS5 and PS4 gamers can see their personal stats from the past year Sony said in a blog post. 

The year-end report will list stats like number of games played, hours played in total (and on which games), and trophies earned. People can access the report in their PlayStation account and share it with friends. Those who access their 2021 wrapper will also get a code for four free avatars.

In the comments of the blog post, people were reporting difficultly accessing reports. That could be because it's available only to users in certain regions who grant certain data gathering permissions. The wrap-up is available only to gamers who logged at least 10 hours on their PlayStation in the last year and consented to "full data" collection in the United States or "additional data" collection in other parts of the world, including Europe.

PlayStation didn't immediately respond to request for comment.