70% Of Americans Developed A Video Game Habit Since The Pandemic

The pandemic has made us all find new hobbies at home, but it turns out the one thing we all had in common is that we developed some form of video game habit since last year!

According to a new poll conducted by OnePoll, 71% of Americans developed a video game habit since the quarantine began early last year. This means they played at least one video game for an extended amount of time to escape the realities of the world.

The top reason why people chose to play video games more was to get a sense of escapism and to also talk and hang out with their friends and family in a more creative way than a FaceTime call.

What video game did you pick up in the past year and are you still playing it? Also if you need some good recommendations for new games to play, then make sure to check out the latest episode of our podcast, Crisis On Infinite Podcasts, below!


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