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Beyond: Two Souls To Last 10 Hours

Posted on Monday, April 29 @ 07:03:56 PST by Alex_Osborn


Beyond: Two Souls
is somewhere in the ballpark of 10 hours long.

Quantic Dream's David Cage shared this bit of information during the Tribeca Film Festival (courtesy of GameSpot) where a substantial chunk of one of the game's levels was shown. The studio head also went on to say that he's confident the vast majority of gamers will see the experience through to completion, just like Heavy Rain.

On average, only 20% of players complete any given game. In the case of Heavy Rain, however, that figure was closer to 75%. Cage believes this is the case "because people wanted to see the end, they wanted to know what would happen next…all this was very important." Hopefully his theory proves true for Beyond: Two Souls.

What do you think of Beyond: Two Souls' length? Is 10 hours simply not long enough to merit a $60 investment? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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