It should take the average player between 20 and 30 hours to complete the game.
How long will it take to beat? Well, it might take anywhere from 20 to 60 hours, based on a fresh statement from Sega (and depending on how much you actually engage with the game itself).
Sega has given me a clear explanation on how long the game will actually take to complete. Here''s the whole breakdown, provided by director Morio Kishimoto: the average player should take between 20 and 30 hours to finish the game, while completionists may easily spend twice the time to see everything.
Kishimoto reveals the possibility of a playable world map that fits into other level-based platforms with a world map. He explains that the world map is a game that hasn''t been completely implemented before, so we had to select a new name. So this is how Open Zone is characterized.
Kishimoto calls this the expansion of the world map system that was popularized in ; which makes a lot of sense, and is something Sega probably should have indicated before the game. And, ideally, that 20-hour minimum may be cleared a lot quicker if you choose, particularly if the game goes beyond its welcome. It''s interesting to see if they can actually maintain a sense of satisfaction with the length figure, and how quickly speedrunners will be able to clear it.
40-60 hours to 100% a game is apparently absurd, doesnt it?