Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is perhaps one of the most successful and exciting Kickstarter games to every release. While games like Mighty No. 9 have come – and thankfully gone – Bloodstained looks like it could be the real deal. This is especially true thanks to how brilliant Bloodstained: Circle of the Moon was.
The thing is, many fans are concerned with the length of the game. In today's bustling existence, finding the right amount of time for a game is tough, so knowing you can make it through is a big part of the appeal. If you want to know how long is Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, then read on, because we’ve got some thoughts on the matter.
How Long Is Bloodstained: Ritual Of the Night
In a rare twist of fate, there is no actual data on this yet, but there is a lot of information we can use to get a rough idea. For starters, we know that the game is going to be bigger than any Castlevania before it, and specifically around 1.5 times larger than Symphony of the night.
Assuming that this is true not of just the size of the game’s map, but also of the length of time it takes to complete. It will probably take around 15-25 hours to complete, depending on your playstyle. This is because Symphony of the Night, according to howlongtobeat.com, takes 11 hours to complete with a general playstyle, and 19 hours to complete if you’re a completionist.
That being said, we don’t know what kind of tricks the game will play on us regarding the story, characters, or even potential new game plus options. So, it could potentially be as high as 30 hours or more, especially if there will be a boss rush mode. It should all add up to this being a pretty meaty title, but we’ll update this article as soon as we have something concrete.
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