Which Switch players were you in 2024? Nintendo gives the answer

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Which Switch players were you in 2024?  Nintendo gives the answer

On their profile, players can consult and / or display the time spent on each of the games launched. These hours are generally offered in the form of forks, and it remains difficult to know how much time spent on the machine, in what way, and how the hours played were distributed. If you like statistics related to your practice, know that Nintendo offers users to make a report for the year 2024. To access a personalized infographic, you must have a valid account, and that it is linked to the console. This done, just go to the official site, and connect from the link available at the bottom of the page.

Which Switch players were you in 2024?  Nintendo gives the answer

The first infographic concerns the number of games launched in 2024, compared to those launched in 2024, as well as the number of games launched for the first time during the year. The following takes stock of the most played genres, while the third infographic looks at the three most played games, along with the number of hours. In addition to this, players can see the number of hours accumulated over the past two years, the percentage of time spent in docked or portable mode, as well as allocation of hours played per month and the number of gold and platinum points collected. Of course, each statistic can be shared on social networks.

Remember that the year 2024 of the Switch was notably marked by the releases of Metroid Dread, Shin Megami Tensei, Monster Hunter Rise, Mario Party Superstars or even Pokémon Sparkling Diamond and Sparkling Pearl and Mario Golf: Super Rush. That hasn’t stopped historical games from selling out, and we’re thinking in particular of the untouchable Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. The year 2024 promises to be very busy, with Pokémon Legends: Arceus starting in January, Triangle Strategy, Kirby and the Forgotten World. Bayonetta 3, Splatoon 3, Sonic Frontiers in Breath of the Wild 2 again

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