Majority of Americans Develop Video Game Habit


It’s been a really long year, so it’s no surprise that more than 70% of Americans have developed a video game habit in the Covid era. That’s according to a recent survey that showed players are connecting with their younger selves, their children and more.

Specifically, the survey figured out that 71% of respondents started playing video games “more often” than before the pandemic; 63% were playing more immersive role-playing video games than before; and just over one-third were turning to nostalgic video games to combat stress.


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