The Last Of Us Part 2 has been completed by more people than any other PS4 game

The Last Of Us Part 2 has the highest known completion rate on the PlayStation 4, with more people getting to the end than any other game.

It’s been a huge critical and commercial hit but one of the legitimate criticisms of The Last Of Us Part 2 is that’s too long, with a number of seemingly unnecessary narrative detours, but that doesn’t seem to have put off the majority of players.

Despite what you might imagine most people don’t beat the games they play, even if they’re story-based, so the fact that The Last Of Us Part 2 has a 58.0% completion rate puts it ahead of every other game on the PlayStation 4, for which figures exist.

Most completed games on PS4

  • Final Fantasy 7 Remake – 53.3%
  • God Of War – 51.8%
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man – 50.7%
  • Uncharted: The Lost Legacy – 50.3%
  • Detroit: Become Human – 49%
  • Ghost Of Tsushima – 38.2%
  • Horizon Zero Dawn – 34.5%
  • Days Gone – 34%
  • Death Stranding – 29.3%
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 – 28.6%

The stats were collated by website unGeek which took advantage of the What I Had to Do trophy that’s awarded once you beat the game.

You can use this same trick with many other games (although not all, especially those with different trophies for different difficulty levels) which shows that Final Fantasy 7 Remake is in second place with 53.3% and God Of War in third with 51.8%.

Final Fantasy 7 Remake and God Of War are also long games, at around 40 and 30 hours, respectively, so it’s clear that as long as the story and action is still engaging people most are happy to try and get to the end.

Length is clearly an issue though, as Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is only around eight hours and Red Dead Redemption 2 is a daunting 60 hours or so.

It’s an interesting set of stats though, and a sobering realisation that no matter how lauded a game might be for its storytelling most people probably haven’t seen it through to the end.

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