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Dying Light 2 – 500 Hours To 100%? | GameSpot News



In today’s episode of GameSpot News, Persia talks about Dying Light 2 taking up to 500 hours for a 100% run, Take-Two acquiring Zynga for $12.7 billion, and more.

Players will need to spend about 500 hours to “fully complete” Dying Light 2,…

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  1. People dont seem to understand what these 500 hours mean. It doesn't mean your playthrough can last 500 hours, this is just the total ammount of time necessary to witness every single content the game has to offer, that means every single choice as well as the total times for every cutscene and variations of the same cutscene, dialogue and audio logs, etc. It also includes repeatable missions, fetch quests, collectibles and easter eggs, like she said.

    That means multiple playthroughs, that is why the time is so bloated. It's still impressive, but dont be disapointed if you platinum the game in 100h because thats the realistic time.

    They kinda danced around the words with this 500h affirmation and while it is technically correct, its definitely a bit misleading. Still, really excited for the game to come out nonetheless!

  2. People dont seem to understand what these 500 hours mean. It doesn't mean your playthrough can last 500 hours, this is just the total ammount of time necessary to witness every single content the game has to offer, that means every single choice as well as the total times for every cutscene and variations of the same cutscene, dialogue and audio logs, etc. It also includes repeatable missions, fetch quests, collectibles and easter eggs, like she said.

    That means multiple playthroughs, that is why the time is so bloated. It's still impressive, but dont be disapointed if you platinum the game in 100h because thats the realistic time.

    They kinda danced around the words with this 500h affirmation and while it is technically correct, its definitely a bit misleading. Still, really excited for the game to come out nonetheless!

  3. Don’t care if the game is 500 hours complete I’m totally okay with it. Cause. The game is amazing tons to explore fighting new enemies and also infected zombies and also a lot of choices I’m probably get it on my birthday cause I’m be turning 25 this year

  4. Play for only 3 hours a day for 5 months and you'll be (what they determine) 100% complete. I spent more time on many games and I'm sure I haven't seen everything,

  5. I was never concerned about the 500 hours. As long as the game is good. My only concern is how it will look on my PS4 . The CyberPunk mess made me cautious about upcoming open world games. However, Im putting my trust in Techland.

  6. Here's what this 500 hours actually is gonna mean:
    > 30 campaign
    > 50 hours to do every side missions and collectibles.
    > 100 hours to see every single different mission outcome/ending.
    > 500 hours of grinding to get to highest Survivor rank. Also probably includes completing all the "checklists", which are certain amounts of dynamically created mission a.k.a. Skyrim's "infinite quests".

  7. I started gaming in the mid 1970s and you kids are soft. I’ll put way more than 500 into this one. Oh and I’m just having fun so don’t get out been out of shape. 😜

  8. People dont seem to understand what these 500 hours mean. It doesn't mean your playthrough can last 500 hours, this is just the total ammount of time necessary to witness every single content the game has to offer, that means every single choice as well as the total times for every cutscene and variations of the same cutscene, dialogue and audio logs, etc. It also includes repeatable missions, fetch quests, collectibles and easter eggs, like she said.

    That means multiple playthroughs, that is why the time is so bloated. It's still impressive, but dont be disapointed if you platinum the game in 100h because thats the realistic time.

    They kinda danced around the words with this 500h affirmation and while it is technically correct, its definitely a bit misleading. Still, really excited for the game to come out nonetheless!

  9. Either way, is there anyone out there who got the first game who isn't buying the second… I'd be very surprised…. fully expect this to sell as well as the first game or better.

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