Look back at your gaming achievements this year with your 2018 Xbox Year in Review

Laurent Giret

As 2018 is coming to a close, the Xbox team is once again inviting Xbox gamers to look back at their gaming activity during the year. The 2018 Xbox Year in Review website went back up today, and the site was redesigned this year to be more interactive.

“Thanks to our team of artists, writers, designers, and analysts, we’re giving you a totally unique story of your year,” wrote Will Tuttle, Xbox Wire Editor in Chief. Once you log in with your Microsoft account, you’ll be presented some hard data about your gaming activity (your most played games, number of hours you played during the year, etc).

Your 2018 Xbox Year in Review can also tell you how you fare against other gamers.

Along the way, you’ll have to answer some questions and collect some items that represent your gaming achievements. Once you’re done, all these items will appear in a cute downloadable snow globe, as seen in the feature image above.

Your 2018 Year in Review uses data collected from January through October 2018, so all the time you’ll be spending on your Xbox during the holidays won’t be taken into account. Still, this is pretty cool to learn more about your own gaming activity, and you can share your personal stats on Facebook and Twitter if you want to.