Any individual came upon the prohibit of the Transfer’s Play Task timer by way of taking part in 9,999 hours of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Someone found out the limit of the Switch's Play Activity timer by playing 9,999 hours of Zelda: Breath of the Wild screenshot

So that is new.

You understand how the Transfer â� — more or less just like the 3DS’ Task Log â� — tracks how lengthy you might have performed one thing? Smartly Twitter person Samir AID controlled to crack that child large open, because the timer not shows the rest previous 9,999 hours (despite the fact that divine forces may just nonetheless be recording past that). The perpetrator? You guessed it, the indomitable Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which nonetheless has our readers enamored two years on.

So what number of days is that Ultimate-Fable-as-hell 9,999 hours quantity? Smartly, in keeping with a handy guide a rough calculation, that is just about 417 days, simply over a yr’s price of playtime. Somebody who has used the “/performed” command in International of Warcraft can let you know digit like this is simply imaginable. Even supposing a large number of it might were time spent status idle in-game, Samir AID turns out to in point of fact revel in Breath of the Wild in accordance with their tweets, and I want them the most productive.

Regardless of how a lot time used to be in fact spent taking part in, a minimum of we all know the higher prohibit of the Play Task log for science.

Samir AID [Twitter via ResetEra]