The Legend of Zelda: Kingdom’s Tears You’re officially out for 10 days, which means it’s now possible to see how many hours you’ve put in
Koroks torture Explore the vast lands of Hyrule by checking your account profile on Switch. Oddly enough, you’ll only be able to see this number on your Switch 10 days after you start playing the game – it’s a weird limitation applied to the Switch since its launch.
Here’s how to check your profile on Switch to see how many hours you’ve been playing. (This will let you see how long you’ve been playing other games, too.)
You can see a more detailed activity log if you log your switch to Nintendo Switch Parental Controls app. Unfortunately, the app seems to only capture playtime from after You register your Switch, so if you haven’t already set that up, the playtime listed in the app won’t be as accurate as what you can get on your Switch. I just registered my Switch to the app while writing this article, and even though my Switch says I played 40 hours of it Kingdom Tears Only 15 minutes of playing time appears in the parental control app’s Playtime log: five minutes of playtime Kingdom Tears and 10 minutes of “Other”, which includes the time on the main menu.
Let me know in the comments how many Kingdom Tears I have played so far. I’m curious! The game is really good
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