Here’s how long it would take to finish the games in your Steam Library

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 17 January 2015 21:34 GMT

Ever wonder how long it would take for you to finish all the games you have accumulated in your Steam Library? So has someone else.


If you head over to the site SteamLeft and enter your user name in the box, you will be given an estimated on how long it would take to finish all of these games.

There is the option to log into your Steam account on the page, but I don’t personally recommend doing that – and I am sure your wouldn’t anyway. As long as your profile is public, the generator will pull the information just from your profile name.

Your mileage may vary, depending on how many games you purchased through the service, through keys or physical copies.

The site figures that out of the 82,348 Steam users checked so far, it would the longest it would take is 43,933 hours: that’s 5 years,5 days, 13 hours, and 54 minutes.

Average time to beat a Steam library as of press time is 2,208 hours – or 92 days and 35 minutes.

The total time to beat all the Steam libraries of users who played around on the site? 181,873,175 hours – or 20,761 years, 283 days, 23 hours and 39 minutes.

The site even provides examples of what you could do with time instead of playing Steam games, such as ride on the Titantic’s maiden voyage 100 or so times – which would be impossible considering it sank on its first outing.

For fun, I posted some of mine below.

Note that I don’t have very many titles in my Steam library on this particular account, so the hours aren’t as high as you would think.

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