Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart is finally out, with a whole new adventure crossing dimensions and universes, and a whole new set of heroes to boot. But just how much time is this adventure going to take? We’ll answer the question: how long is Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart, and how long do all the side activities take?
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How Long Does It Take To Beat Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart?
Players who are focused solely on the story campaign will probably find themselves looking at completing Rift Apart within 11-15 hours. This depends on difficulty and how much they engage with the game’s puzzles. Certain sections of the game can be skipped, lowering the time, but the number above represents a general average length.
How Long To 100% Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart (with Side Quests and Collectibles)
If you’re planning to fully complete Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart, you can expect this to take you 20 hours or longer. By achieving all the side quests, collectibles and trophies, players should expect to add between six and eight hours to the campaign’s length.
Again, there will be a fair amount of variation here, as different players will find different elements easier or harder, but to reach 100% completion will probably take at least 20 hours. Additionally, the NG+ mode will likely double this time.
If you're looking for more help with Ratchet and Clank Rift Apart, be sure to visit our Rift Apart Walkthrough Hub . You'll be able to find every guide we have on the game so far.
Here are all the planets you'll visit while playing Ratchet & Clank Rift Apart:
- Corson V (Nefarious City)
- Sargasso (Outpost L51)
- Scarstu Debris Field (Zurkie's)
- Savali (Urfdah Mesa)
- Blizar Prime (Blizon Mines)
- Torren IV (Molonoth Gulch)
- Cordelion (Kedaro Station)
- Ardolis (Pirate Base)
- Viceron (Zordoom Prison)
Make sure you go into the game knowing as much as possible! Check out how to beat the game’s first boss fight right here, or find out how to farm bolts as effectively as possible here!
This article was updated on the 3rd of December 2021 by Kelsey Raynor.