Cyberpunk 2077 Length: How Long Is Cyberpunk2077? - Length, Replayability, Fluid System And More
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Cyberpunk 2077 Length: How Long Is Cyberpunk2077? - Length, Replayability, Fluid System And More

Julian Sims
1 April 2020

The insane levels of customisation that Cyberpunk 2077 will offer is what will make this game so replayable.

Cyberpunk 2077‘s initial release date was set for 16 April, but it has now been delayed to a much later date in September.

In the latest gameplay demonstration, the developers shared a ton of new details about Cyberpunk 2077, but some gamers want to know how long the game will take to complete.

For all the details on the length of the Cyberpunk 2077 story, continue reading below.

How Long Is CyberPunk 2077

Recently, CD Projekt RED held a community meeting in Warsaw, Poland, where the developers discussed the length of the gameplay.

It turns out that CD Projekt has yet to measure every facet of the game’s length, but have claimed that Cyberpunk 2077 won’t take as long to complete as The Witcher 3, taking somewhere between 50-60 hours.

What we do know is that the upcoming dystopian RPG will have a much higher replayability rating than the 2015 Game of the Year.

How do we know this? Well, firstly, because it has already been revealed to us.

Secondly, because the developers said that the main story and side quests may be "a little shorter" than The Witcher 3's.

 

Higher Replayability

So, we already knew that the player's choice of backstory and class will impact the direction of the storyline and quests.

The game will also feature a fluid system that allows gamers to play a mix of all three, so once a player has completed the game they will be able to start it again with a new character and a totally different backstory.

Cyberpunk 2077’s replayability will undoubtedly to make up for the title’s shorter length.

It has also been speculated that the studio has found an interesting way to allow players to continue exploring Night City beyond the game’s ending, but we're going to have to wait on official confirmation for that one.

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