Insider says that God Of War Ragnarok length is exactly what we expected
You might be curious about how much time Kratos or Atreus will be spending this time with God Of War Ragnarok as you wait for the long-awaited release.
According to a new report, the upcoming PlayStation-exclusive adventure will be the same as 2018’s God Of War. It all depends on how many children you have and what real-life responsibilities they have.
Notable industry leaker Tom Henderson claimed to have learned that God Of War Ragnarok takes around 40 hours to complete. The main story requires 20 hours. This means that there is twice the content for completionists. That sounds amazing.
Henderson said that approximately three-and-a-half hours of the main story’s 20 hours would consist of cutscenes. There are 16 and a quarter hours of gameplay. According to Henderson, the 20 hours required to complete side quests will consist of one hour’s worth of cinematics and 19 hours of gameplay.
These are estimates only. You might be able to complete the story in as little as 15 hours. Others may need more time and will see the credits at 50 hours.
This approximate is reasonable. Howlongtobeat.com estimates that the 2018 God Of War takes 20 hours to beat. If you want to get 100%, it will take over twice that time.
There’s nothing worse than a sequel that takes way, way too long than it should, right? The Last Of Us Part 2.