One of the most anticipated titles by PlayStation fans is God of War: Ragnarok, which he should receive and see more information in the PlayStation Showcase airs September 9 at 10 p.m. In the last few hours, one of the original creators of the saga, more precisely its director David Jaffe, has commented via his networks on information about the next title in the saga. As you know, David is no longer on the flowchart for new games in the series, but information keeps coming in from time to time.
According to David, the next installment of the saga, God of War: Ragnarok, could last up to 40 hours. If this information is true, it means that this sequel would last longer than its predecessor. However, it is not clear if this duration is strictly enforced in the main story or if this is the total time to complete the game 100%.
Heard by people who know this game is 40 hours long. Your goal is 40 hours of play time. Now I don’t know if it’s a 100% platinum trophy or if it’s average play time.
Whether those 40 hours are just for history or to get platinum, would outlast God of War in 2018. Remember that the latter has an average duration to complete the main plot of about 21 hours, and if we want to complete all the tasks, this duration is increased to 32 hours.
Source: David Jaffé