We all love a good stat round-up when it comes to games. After Sucker Punch recently revealed player actions for Ghost of Tsushima's 1st anniversary, Insomniac Games has now shared their own details for Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales.
Having sold 6.5 million copies since launch, Miles Morales has seen players accumulate over 11,000 years in gameplay time. On average, that comes to 15 hours playtime each, though that assumes each owner has at least loaded up the game, though stats will obviously vary individually.
Players Have Spent 11,000 Years On Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales
Elsewhere, Insomniac revealed that players defeated over 7 billion enemies, obtained 224 million collectibles, stopped 190 million crimes and ridden the subway 190 million times. In terms of combat, 727 million venom smashes were activated, 146 million finishers were activated and, perhaps most importantly, 9 million Bodega cat suits got equipped.
We had positive impressions of Miles Morales when it launched last November. Awarding it a 4/5 rating, we advised you'll "likely have an absolute blast", saying that "it feels amazing to play, tells a heartfelt story with a diverse cast of characters". You can read more about it here.