16,000 years is a long time, but maybe not for Assassin’s Creed Unity.

A shiny new infographic released by Ubisoft shows that the total playtime spent in Assassins Creed Unity has totaled 16,030 years.

During this time, 4,280,948,266 assassinations have taken place in the game. Ubisoft notes this is 85 times the estimated 50,000,000 Europeans who were killed during the Black Death in the 14th century.

The infographic also shows the most deadly weapon in the game as the Sword of Eden, the most used pistol as the Pepper Shot, and the most used weapon as the Foil.

The most played co-op mission of the game was ‘Heads Will Roll,’ attempted by a total of 2,987,966 players. During the mission, two players work together to retrieve the notebook of Didier Paton.

The most played heist mission was ‘It belongs in a Museum,’ that was tackled by 1,155,002 players. The mission finds playing stealing a piece of art while in disguise.

All the statistics can be seen on the infographic below.

Assassin’s Creed Unity was released last year for PS4, Xbox One and PC to an array of technical issues and game breaking bugs that had many players criticizing Ubisoft over the release. Many patches were issued over the following months for the game. The next iteration in the series was recently revealed to be Assassin’s Creed Syndicate and is headed for consoles on October 23 and PC later in the fall.

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