It only took one gameplay trailer for the world to go crazy about Elden Ring but it worked and fans are going crazy over every little detail that could be spotted, with many already thinking that we’re getting bonfires and other Souls-like tropes.
FromSoftware’s Hidetaka Miyazaki recently revealed a number of mouth-watering details about Elden Ring, from the multiplayer to Fast Travel and hubs, so the fact that he has more to share, this time about the game’s length, is a bit shocking.
How Long Does It Take To Beat Elden Ring?
Well, Miyazaki revealed that Elden Ring will be a fairly solid 30 hours, so this looks like a fairly beatable game for most.
Of course, this is taking into consideration that this is a game from the developers of Dark Souls, Bloodborne, and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, so there’s a very good chance that it will take most players more than 30 hours.
It’s also worth noting that Miyazaki said Elden Ring is 30 hours ‘without too many side trips,’ indicating that players who want to complete every side quest or find the best armor/weapon will spend more than 30 hours with the game.
Admittedly, while the Souls games have a reputation for being difficult, they aren’t the longest games around once you know what you’re doing.
Most Souls players end up replaying the game numerous times with different character classes and since Elden Ring already has a number of different classes for players to choose from, we’re sure there will be plenty of replayability.
Elden Ring will be coming to the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.