While we will talk about our hands-on experience with Wolfenstein: Youngblood at E3 2019 very soon, there’s one thing I always want to know when considering to purchase a new game. Just what will be the Wolfenstein: Youngblood Length if you decide to do everything? Well, if you aim to get the most out of the game, it seems like the Wolfenstein: Youngblood length is pretty great, estimated at 25 to 30 hours.
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The Wolfenstein: Youngblood length seems to be much bigger than previous titles. The New Order clocked in at around 15 hours on average while the New Colossus clocked in at roughly 18 hours if you did most of the side content. However, the Wolfenstein spin-off releasing next month will last players much longer thanks, in part, to a much more open-ended level design.
Speaking to GamesBeat in an interview, Machine Games’ executive producer, Jerk Gustafsson, was asked directly “how long is this game going to be”, to which he responded that:
[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”#33fffc” class=”” size=”22″]It’s a bit weird, because this is our biggest game yet, but it’s a pretty short production time. Like I said, the story is lighter in content as well as tone. But the level progression and the non-linear narrative gives us the ability to add a lot of activities and a lot of missions to do, so the total game time is actually longer than our previous titles. I think we’re looking at at least 25 to 30 hours if you play through everything.[/perfectpullquote]
One reason for this is that Machine Games and Arkane Studios (from the Dishonored franchise) is working together on the game and that is, without a doubt, an exciting partnership. 25 to 30 hours is a great length for a game if you ask me but it is a bit unclear what “play through everything” means, for example, is it play through all the side missions or collect literally everything and 100% complete the game.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood releases on 26 July for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The game sounds fantastic and best of all, even though it is bigger than previous games in the franchise, it won’t even sell at full AAA price at launch.
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What do you think about the Wolfenstein: Youngblood length and do you plan on picking the game up next month? Let us know in the comment section below.
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