Steam Replay 2022 is here to reveal which PC game has gotten you the most excited this year

Valve’s new Steam Replay feature is here with a handy summary of your 2022 PC playtime.

Just like PlayStation’s annual Wrap-Up feature, Steam Replay “totals your total playtime between the first second of January 1st and the last second of December 14th (GMT)” – but only the games you played during you were online; Offline games and time spent “running tools” are not included – presenting it as a handy infographic.

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As well as a highlights panel showing how much time you’ve spent playing the games that have engaged you the most over the past 12 months (for me it was indie ghosthunting hit Phasmophobia), you’ll also get a summary of your Achievements – including the “rare” ones – and your longest streak, as well as data letting you know how you compare to the rest of the Steam community.

There’s even a spider chart, giving you insight into the types of games you spent the most time playing in 2022, as well as information about your Steam Deck usage if you have one.

If you want to see how you’re progressing, the feature is now available to all Steam members. Simply log in and go to New & Noteworthy in the menu bar – Steam Replay 2022 awaits you in the drop down menu.

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