Watch Dogs Will Have ’35-40′ Hours of Story Content

Watch Dogs’ story will last between 35-40 hours.

The game’s creative director, Jonathan Morin, revealed this information this weekend in a post to his personal Twitter account. According to Morin, players can also expect it to take around 100 hours to fully complete every bit of content in the game.

“I would say the average player, which does free roam a bit, [tends] to reach the end within 35-40 [hours],” wrote Morin. “But doing everything is close to 100 [hours].”

As substantial as the single player experience sounds, it will also be augmented by a free roaming, cat and mouse style, multiplayer game where players compete to hack each other’s phones while avoiding attention and, of course, keeping from being hacked themselves. Morin provided no insight into how long gamers will be able to enjoy the multiplayer before it too expires, but we’re going to assume it will be a good long while.

Players will, of course, be able to test themselves against Morin’s estimate later this year when the game launches on May 27th.

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1 Comment on Watch Dogs Will Have ’35-40′ Hours of Story Content


On March 18, 2014 at 4:57 am

Seems average for a game like this. Any less would be seen as too short for a free-roamer.