Media Molecule has announced on their blog that 7 million user generated levels have been uploaded to the LBP servers, along with a range of statistics and a rather large infographic.
LittleBigPlanet launched in 2008 and a lot has happened in the four years since conception, as Media Molecule pointed out in their blog.
Media Molecule posted that "around the same time Usain Bolt pzwned the 100m sprint at the London 2012 Olympics, the seven millionth level was published to the LittleBigPlanet servers."
This is obviously a huge milestone for LBP, and proof that fans are still as interested in the game as they were four years ago.
To celebrate the 7 millionth level, Media Molecule announced some interesting statistics such as, "there were 37,641 levels published just last week. That's 5377 levels per day, meaning for every minute of the day, 3.7 levels are uploaded."
There were a lot more facts and figures Media Molecule wanted to share, and as they stated in the blog "as we gathered these together, we uncovered more and more interesting / amazing / hilarious / weird things to shout about, and we got a bit carried away..."
Click here to see just how carried away the team got.
Were you a contributor to the 7 million levels?