Despite breaking apart from Activision and going through some shake-ups during the pandemic, Bungie’s Destiny 2 continues to be the stuff of legend.
In the latest post over at This Week at Bungie, the company revealed some stats for the game, leading into its upcoming content in 202. Thus far, the two games in the series have achieved some huge numbers, with over 187 million players partaking in around 10 billion hours of play, or “about 1,100,000 years,” according to the publisher.
That’s generally about 53 hours per player, though some players have obviously accomplished more in that game, particularly with the expansions that have been released.
Here are some more great stats:
- 750k players played Trials – more than we have seen since the early days of Destiny 2. Not only that, 120k of those were first-time-ever players, and another 470k hadn’t played recently.
- 237k players went flawless, with 105K players going flawless for the first time ever!
- An average of 30% of active players played Trials each day this weekend, topping out at over 32% on Saturday. No day prior had ever gone above 21%.
- Over 2.8M hours of Trials were played this weekend, eclipsing the highest prior single week total by a whopping 600K hours!
More interesting details are at the blog link above. But this is definitely good news leading into the debut of The Witch Queen, which is on par to arrive for all platforms early next year. Check out what’s in store in the trailer below!
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