How to Check How Much Time You’ve Played Diablo 4

If only you could measure time in spilt blood
Lilith in Diablo 4
Image via Blizzard Entertainment.

We’ll confess that we’ve spent a truly ridiculous amount of time playing Diablo 4, starting from the beta to this present moment, and we know we’re not alone. If you want to check out how much time you’ve spent in Diablo 4, here’s your answer.

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How to Check How Much Time You’ve Played Diablo 4

Diablo 4 is one of those games that absolutely engrosses you, making hours of your time vanish as you stomp through Nightmare Dungeons. But how much time have you poured into this game?

Unfortunately, there’s no feature in Diablo that will let you check. But there are a few options outside of the game.

For all platforms, you can use D4 Armory, an unofficial site that’s run by a dedicated fan. Search your BattleNet username in the search bar and your account should appear. If it doesn’t, try to link your BattleNet account. If that fails, as it sometimes does for me, check back later.

For PlayStation 4 and PC players, this is one of the best options available. With luck, Blizzard will re-integrate the “/played” feature in Diablo 4 in the future, or add some other way to see Played time.

How to Check How Much Time You’ve Spent Playing Diablo 4 on Xbox

Your Diablo 4 playtime on Xbox is listed under the game’s stats within Achievements:

  • Press the Xbox button at the top of your controller.
  • Press RB until you’re in Game activity.
  • Select All achievements.
  • Select Diablo 4 from the list of games. If no games appear, click on your profile picture in the bar of the menu.
  • Select Stats.
  • The hours spent will be listed.

How to Check How Much Time You’ve Spent Playing Diablo 4 on PlayStation 5

Often times, you can see an approximate hour count of playtime next to the “Play Game” button under a game’s tile in the PlayStation’s home menu. But if this doesn’t work for you, you can also check your Diablo 4 playtime by heading over to your list of games under your profile:

  • Select your Profile Icon in the top right of your home screen menu.
  • Select Profile.
  • Select Games at the top of the screen.
  • Locate Diablo 4 in the list.
  • The hours will be listed beneath the game.

How to Check How Much Time You’ve Spent Playing Diablo 4 on PlayStation 4

For PS4 games, you’d usually go into your game’s saved file to check how much time you’ve spent playing it. That doesn’t seem to be an option for Diablo 4, unfortunately. We recommend the above D4 Armory site if you want to look at your total playtime.

How to Check How Much Time You’ve Spent Playing Diablo 4 on PC

Similar to PS4, there’s no official way to check your Diablo 4 playtime. Again, we recommend using D4 Armory. It seems to be the quickest and easiest method if you really have the dark urge to check how many hours have gone down the drain since you first booted up Diablo 4.

Diablo 4 is our favorite game of the year, and one of the reasons for that is the sweet, sweet dopamine hit you get when you finally get that coveted Unique to drop. But have you ever wondered how Unique Drop rates work? It’s a little more involved than you might think!

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