By Kshiteej Naik
According to Henderson, God of War Ragnarok runtime will be 40 hours long, with 20 hours just for the main story. Henderson’s sources have said that almost 3 and a half hours of the 20 hours long story will be cinematic cutscenes, with 16 and a half hours of gameplay. The remaining 20 hours will consist of side quests, with 1 hour of cutscenes and 19 hours of gameplay. That being said, these are estimated numbers and the total playtime will depend on how you play the game. If you like exploring the open world and taking your time to fully experience the game, you will need more than 40 hours to finish God of War Ragnarok.
If Henderson’s sources are accurate, God of War Ragnarok’s main story could be just as long as 2018’s God of War. However, Ragnarok may be longer than the 2018 title overall due to almost 9 hours of additional side quests. David Jaffe, the lead designer and game director of the original God of War, made similar claims on his YouTube channel last year. Jaffe said, “I’m hearing from people in the know that that game is 40 hours. They’re aiming for 40 hours of gameplay.” If these claims are true, God of War Ragnarok’s overall experience will be pretty long and satisfying.
Source: 91 Mobiles.