PlayStation has released a 2021 Wrap-Up tool, which allows you to log into your account and check out your gaming accomplishments from across the last year.

As detailed in a PlayStation Blog post, the tool is somewhat similar to Spotify’s yearly Unwrapped event, but instead of revealing your pop-hit guilty pleasures, instead, Sony is giving players the chance to jump into their own personal gaming data to find out how they played across the last year.

Your PlayStation 2021 Wrap-Up report is ready 📁 Discover your most-played game, total trophies earned, and more: https://t.co/CG2Zym24sq pic.twitter.com/oZOrmEtzNY

— PlayStation (@PlayStation) January 20, 2022

Across the display, fans can find out further information about how much time they’ve sunk into Sony consoles as well as a breakdown detailing what percentage of your time was split between PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 titles. The Wrap-Up event also comes with further information detailing how many new trophies you’ve collected this year as well as data showing you how well (or in my case poorly) you’ve utilised the games Sony includes as part of its premium monthly PS Plus membership.

As well as personal statistics, the Wrap-Up tool also shows players how the PlayStation community got on across the year. To find out more about how many vehicles were set on fire in Destruction AllStars, what percentage of players unlocked all weapons in Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, and how many hours the community sunk into Returnal, you can take a look at your own Wrap-Up data on the PlayStation website.

Those who log into the Wrap-Up event will also gain access to a free reward for doing so, which comes in the form of your own exclusive PlayStation 2021 Wrap-Up avatar collection. For more from Sony, make sure to check out this article detailing how the company’s stock recently fell by $20 billion following an announcement from Xbox stating its intent to acquire Activision Blizzard.

Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.

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