This article originally appeared on Medical News Now.
It’s no secret that many of us enjoy a free hangout when we’re in the mood to play a video game.
But how much of our free time is spent playing these games?
A recent study by the gaming company Electronic Arts revealed that players of free-to-play video games spend a whopping 21 percent of their free time in their games.
This study showed that players spend 22 percent of time playing the games, which is quite a bit.
Free-to play games are games that require real money to play.
These games are usually released by a third party and usually require players to pay a subscription fee for access to the game.
These third parties also charge players to access certain content.
The average time spent playing free-and-trial games is around two hours, and that’s with both online and offline play.
Some games even require a premium subscription fee.
There are some games that offer discounts on their prices.
These are often available to players who buy the game through their own store, but some games also offer discounts at the store.
These discounts can range from a few dollars to thousands of dollars depending on the game and what type of discount it offers.
Other free-trial game titles that are available for purchase are:Assassin’s Creed Origins: Black Flag,Battlefield 1,Battlezone 2,Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2,Climbing Gears,Destiny 2,Dungeons & Dragons Online,Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset,Grand Theft Auto Online,Halo Wars 2,Minecraft,Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition,Madden NFL 15,Mortal Kombat X,NBA 2K15,No Man’s Sky,No More Heroes,Puyo Puyo Tetris,Rayman Legends,Shooter Club,Street Fighter Alpha 3,Super Mario Run,Tiger Woods PGA Tour,Valkyria Chronicles,Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos,X-Men: Legacy of the Void