One neat feature about the PS4 is that it shows the percent of players who achieved a given trophy. Before I begin, I must confess: I went for a cheap platinum a la Terminator Salvation. I just completed my first and last play-through, and I can say that that, by far, was the easier, cheesiest, and all-around worst platinum that is out there. That aside, I was glossing over the trophy data on the PS4 and have drawn this conclusion: preface: for those who don't know, acquiring the trophies is pretty much sequential without any side quests (kill x enemies), save for the final two difficult-related trophies. 86.7% of all people who booted up the game completed the first chapter. So basically, 13.3% of the people who started playing declared, "Fuck this, not even worth my time." And rightfully so. I still find that funny, and a surprisingly large number considering the relative ease of the opening levels. Click me! As you can see from the graph, there's a steady decline until the 5th chapter, where it starts to even out, dropping to just under half for chapter 7, and a evening out for 8 and 9. All in all, 48.3% of people who played the game completed it, which isn't too bad considering today's supposed standards. When you take away the 13.3% who gave up early on, a 35% drop-out rate over the course of the game would be a pretty good score for even a high-school. I remember a completion percentage article that was going around, using data from Steam. I'm surprised nobody has really dove into this source of information. So what do you guys make of it? No, not just Terminator Salvation.