How To Check Nintendo Switch Play Time For Legend Of Zelda: BOTW

Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild is one of the highly addictive games on Nintendo Switch. In fact, you can easily lose track of time once you start playing. It’s no wonder then that some gamers may surprisingly find themselves on this game for several hours in a day. If you’ve been spending your precious time playing Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild On your Nintendo Switch and you want to check the rough amount of hours you’ve put into it, there’s an easy way to do that.

Check out the steps below on how to track the time.

How to check your playing time on Legend Of Zelda on Nintendo Switch

To check your play time for any particular game, you’ll have to go to your profile. Here’s how:

  1. Go to the Nintendo Switch Home screen.

  2. Select your Profile.

    Highlight and select your Profile icon at the upper left.

  3. Check your Profile details.

    Go to Profile tab.

  4. Check your Play time for a game.

    On the right pane, under Play Activity section, you’ll see the list of the games and apps you’ve used. Look for the information below Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild title to find the hours you’ve spent for this game.

Friendly reminder

Playing for several hours at a stretch is not healthy and may lead to health issues such as muscle strain, eyestrain, joint and skin pains. Some may even develop tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome (numbness or weakness in your hand), or skin irritation. Be sure to limit your playing time every day.

You can make it a habit of taking a few minutes break after every 20 minutes in a game to avoid putting pressure on your eyes. If you can’t take a break that often, allow your body to have a 15-minute break after every hour of play.

If you experience tingling, burning, numbness, or stiffness in your hands, wrists, arms, or eyes, stop playing for several hours to allow your body to recover.

That’s how you check your total play time on Legend of Zelda : BOTW on the Switch! We hope this short tutorial helps.

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