TrueTrophies community stats of the decade

By Sam Quirke,
Games of the Decade

This week we revealed the community's Game of the Decade as per your personal votes, but it wouldn't be a TrueTrophies event without a bunch of stats. With that in mind, here are some of the big figures from TT's decade of gaming – the games you played the most, the trophies you unlocked, and more.

TT's Most Played Games of the Decade

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Position Game Release Year TT Players
1 God of War 2018 78547
2 Horizon: Zero Dawn 2017 77310
3 Marvel's Spider-Man 2018 76545
4 Uncharted 4: A Thief's End 2016 72836
5 Red Dead Redemption 2 2018 70455
6 Grand Theft Auto V 2014 70351
7 inFAMOUS Second Son 2014 68175
8 Rocket League 2015 60940
9 Destiny 2014 59622
10 Grand Theft Auto V (PS3) 2013 59575
11 Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception 2011 58638
12 Call of Duty: Black Ops III 2015 58192
13 The Last of Us Remastered 2014 57025
14 Batman: Arkham Knight 2015 54626
15 Detroit: Become Human 2018 53890
16 Ratchet & Clank 2016 53177
17 Red Dead Redemption 2010 52838
18 Fallout 4 2015 52271
19 Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain 2015 50049
20 Bloodborne 2015 49743
Whereas Xbox published titles arguably started strong in the early 2010s and dropped off dramatically as the decade wore on, PlayStation has only gone from strength to strength in its self-published titles, and our top 20 shows it. 10 of the top 20 games in this list are PlayStation exclusives, including the top 4 – all of which released in the latter half of the decade. PlayStation undoubtedly has a strong start going into the new decade, with only a scant handful of their exclusive AAA titles of the 2010s failing to become critically acclaimed behemoths. (It's also worth pointing out the relative youth of our site compared to TA, only kicking off part way through the decade – we've probably got fewer old hands kicking around on their PS3s compared to the 360 veterans on TA.)

Developers and Publishers of the Decade – Average Players Per Game

Rocket League

There's two ways to look at TT player numbers for publishers and developers - the combined total of players on each of their games, and the average amount of players per game. We've gone with the latter here. The former gives a bit of bias to the companies that can't stop producing games. For example, Ubisoft Montreal would come out on top with a combined player count of 676,000 TT players, but then they released 38 games on PlayStation in 10 years.

With that in mind, here are the top developers and publishers by average TT player count – the studios that managed to retain the biggest audience across their catalogues. Remember, this only includes TT players that popped a trophy.

Position Developer Games Released 2010-2019 Average Player Count
1 Psyonix 1 61001
2 Bungie 2 51615
3 Treyarch 4 43512
4 Santa Monica Studio 4 39660
5 Wholesale Algorithms 1 35970
6 Ubisoft Quebec 2 34807
7 Bethesda Softworks 1 33210
8 Hangar 13 1 32817
9 Irrational Games 1 32372
10 Massive Entertainment 2 31361
Position Publisher Games Published 2010-2019 Average Player Count
1 Psyonix 1 61001
2 Playrise Digital 1 27349
3 Mojang AB 2 21264
4 Rockstar 17 20633
5 Humble Hearts 1 20391
6 Blizzard Entertainment 4 19973
7 Mojang 1 19159
8 Team Meat 1 18791
9 Cellar Door Games 1 18024
10 High Horse Entertainment 1 16040
While Rocket League certainly stands on its own regardless of how players acquired it, the developer and publisher lists certainly show TT's bias towards a PSN subscription – if there's a developer or publisher you don't recognise or are surprised to see in the above lists, chances are that the games they have made ended up in the PS Plus monthly list at some point and accrued a large chunk of our player base. While many of these PS Plus titles are pretty good, we were still surprised to see so many take a spot in the top 10, especially compared to TA where plenty of pricier blockbusters still managed to muscle into the top 10 above Games with Gold.

TrueTrophies Community Stats

Between us, registered TT community members started 19.7 million games9440 unique titles – between 2010 and 2019. We only managed to complete 3.6 million games, though; so much for our communal completion percentage. Interestingly, TT gamers started 3,782 more unique games that TA gamers in the same period – though that's likely down to the way PlayStation splits their store fronts into distinct regional versions of a game, as well as the fact that they have a handheld and a VR platform to port to. Here are the games we started and completed the most:

PlayStation 4

Position Game Players Started Position Game Players Completed
1 God of War 79138 1 inFAMOUS Second Son 30825
2 Horizon: Zero Dawn 78066 2 God of War 29710
3 Marvel's Spider-Man 77091 3 BATMAN: The Telltale Series 28045
4 Uncharted 4: A Thief's End 73788 4 The Order 1886 25962
5 Grand Theft Auto V 71377 5 Tales from the Borderlands 25060

PlayStation 3

Position Game Players Started Position Game Players Completed
1 Destiny 60769 1 Assassin's Creed II 14646
2 Grand Theft Auto V (PS3) 60571 2 Sly Raccoon 13447
3 Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception 59691 3 inFAMOUS 2 12691
4 Red Dead Redemption 53746 4 God of War III 44070
5 The Last of Us 48394 5 Far Cry 3 11308
147,000 TT members managed to unlock at least one trophy in the decade. Between us we unlocked 356.8 million trophies in 2010-2019 – that's 227,250 unique trophies across the PlayStation catalogue. Here are the trophies TT members unlocked the most.

PlayStation 4

PlayStation 3

Position Trophy Game Players Unlocked
1 Ship Rite Destiny 59651
2 Dragon Slayer Destiny 58332
3 Welcome to Los Santos Grand Theft Auto V 57829
4 A New Steed Destiny 57438
5 Blink of an Eye Destiny 57254
We also want to celebrate the community's contributions to the site's Walkthroughs and individual trophy guides. Based on the thumbs up given, here are the top guides and walkthroughs of 2010-2019:

Trophy Guides


Sam Quirke
Written by Sam Quirke
Sam has been a Newshound since 2016 and is now the Editor for both TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies. He loves gaming on all devices and in all genres. He remains a stubborn Assassin's Creed and Pokémon fan.
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