Gameplay length of God of War Ragnarok revealed ahead of launch

Gameplay length of God of War Ragnarok revealed ahead of launch

The total playtime for God of War Ragnarok may have just been made public ahead of its scheduled release on November 9. The information was leaked by Insider Gaming’s Tom Henderson, who claims that it would take over 40 hours to finish the game, including side missions, as opposed to the only 20 hours to finish the main.

This would indicate that the length of the game is similar to that of its predecessor, God of War (2018). According to reports, the campaign has three and a half hours of cinematic material, which is standard for the franchise and a AAA PlayStation Studios release.

Thoughts that the game was a lesser title than its predecessor, which had been the rumor for a long, should be dispelled by the campaign duration and the size of the game. The game is presently available for pre-order on the PS4 and PS5 and it will release on November 9, 2022.

Gamers in the early stages of God of War Ragnarok’s development speculated that the title would be an expansion similar to Spider-Man: Miles Morales, indicating that the game isn’t really a sequel’s release date being set at a time that was quite near to the 2018 game.

That is not the case, and the game is a complete sequel, according to the game’s duration and the extent of the new combat systems and gameplay that have been published. This is fantastic news for the fans, who have been eagerly awaiting the game and ready to see how Santa Monica wraps off the two’s exploits in the Norse world.

The final game in the Norse mythology will be God of War Ragnarok, and it will be intriguing to see where the franchise goes from there, if at all.