Find all the information about the life span of Elden Ring and the number of hours needed to complete it, depending on how you play.
Finally. After many years of waiting, Elden Ring is available, on PC and consoles. It will undoubtedly be one of the major games of the year 2022, and beyond, for several reasons. The fact that it makes the Souls genre a little more accessible, that it is developed by Hidetaka Miyazaki and that the background was imagined by George R. R. Martin, the author of the Game of Thrones novels, has allowed many gamers to be interested in this production from FromSoftware, who were therefore happy to see it land this February 25.
Of course, many players are wondering how long it take to beat Elden Ring.
How many hours to finish Elden Ring?
It is quite difficult to estimate the life span of a game, as each player has his own way of playing, which is even more valid for this kind of games. However, it is easy to make estimations, according to the different feedbacks. For Elden Ring, the lifespan will, inevitably, be quite different depending on how you want to evolve in this world, and it can go from simple to double or even more.
You can find, below, an estimation of the life span of Elden Ring, depending on your objectives (main story, main story and several quests, complete the game). Note also that the time may vary if you are more likely to explore every corner or, on the contrary, rusher the main quest.
- Main quest → About 30 hours.
- Main quest and some side quests → At least 60 hours, may exceed 100 hours.
- Finish the game → More than 100 hours.
Of course, in the case of Elden Ring, finishing the game once is not the end of the story. With the New Game + or the possibility to start a new game with a different character and a different class, some people will undoubtedly spend several hundred hours on Elden Ring.