The game industry has long been known for its strict adherence to strict deadlines and strict time constraints, but a new report has revealed that some games are far more lenient when it comes to time spent playing.
A survey conducted by the game-tracking website GameInformer found that 78% of games released in 2016 were released between midnight and 6am, with only 25% released between 5pm and 8pm.
The survey also found that players spend a significant amount of time on social media and gaming forums, which the study found may have been influenced by the lack of an official online curfew for gamers.
This study, however, did find that the number of players per day is decreasing, which has led to an increase in players in the past.
It’s also worth noting that social media use is still increasing, with users spending a total of 4 hours and 40 minutes per day on social networking platforms, with the average time spent on Facebook and Twitter being 8 hours and 45 minutes.