Deus Ex: Human Revolution is 25 Hours Long

There’s been quite a lot of buzz around Deus Ex: Human Revolution lately. We’ve seen some truly epic trailers, and been promised a lot in terms of gameplay.

In the latest issue of PC Gamer, Eidos Montreal drops another tidbit that will excite fans of the series a fair bit. The game will take around 25 hours to complete. Producer David Anfossi said that most testers can’t complete the game in a six-day work week, and then elaborated, saying,

So far with them playing about six hours every day, most of them don’t complete the game.

A 25 hour title is certainly a welcome change from games like Call of Duty. More commonly, we get games that are less than ten hours long (and sometimes less that 5!). Anfossi added that he’s seen a positive reaction to the depth of strategy in the game, and that it tends to make players “a bit more creative” as they play through.

The latest chapter in the Deus Ex series is set to hit stores on March 6 for the PC, PS3 and XBox 360.

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