Being gamers we would always jump on the opportunity to add another awesome game to our library. While doing so was somewhat different in the past years, now a days most of the PC gamers can simply purchase the game they want on Steam.
More often than not will it be the case that you buy new games even if your Steam Library still has a lot of gametime left in it. I mean wouldn’t you have bought Dragon Age Inquisition when it had released even if you weren’t done with Assassin’s Creed Unity?
So as a result, many of the Steam users have tons of hours of games still left in their library. Have you ever wondered how long will it take for you to completely finish everything that you have in your Steam library?
Now you can find that out.
There is a website called SteamLeft that offers to tell you exactly how many hours of gametime you have left. When you visit the website, it allows you to either login with your Steam account or it provides an option for you to simply enter your ID.
If your profile is publicly viewable, the website will be able to provide you with the stats you are after.
That is not all, the website also offers some exceptional stats from different users of the digital distribution service. For instance, so far 277,417 users have checked their stats and the person who has the biggest library out of them will require 40,700 hours to beat it – 4 years, 235 days, 20 hours, 44 minutes to be exact!
According to them the average time to beat a library so far is 1,922 hours or 80 days, 2 hours, 50 minutes to be exact. Lastly, the total time to beat all the libraries is 534,372,947 hours – 61001 years, 174 days, 11 hours, 45 minutes to be exact!
Impressive isn’t it?