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How Long is Octopath Traveler 2? – Answered

How many hours will you lose?

by Jesse Vitelli

Octopath Traveler 2, the sequel to the original released for the Nintendo Switch in 2018 (and other platforms later), offers even more for players to explore, earn, and discover. JRPGs are typically very long experiences, and some players might want to know how much time they will have to commit to seeing the game’s credits. How long is Octopath Traveler 2? We have the answer for you right below.

How Long is Octopath Traveler 2? – Answered

Octopath Traveler 2 will take roughly 70 hours to complete. Of course, your mileage may vary depending on how fast you play through games; if you want to see everything the game has to offer, you’re looking at closer to 90 hours for total completion.

This will require some heavy grinding to level up your characters for some of the game’s more challenging post-game content.

If you take your time and explore every nook and cranny of the world for Octopath Traveler 2, it might take you even longer than 70 hours.

There’s no shortage of villagers to talk to, goons looking for a fight, and powerful treasures to discover. Working your way through all of the different character paths and challenging fights can take a lot of time.

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70 hours isn’t something to sneeze at; that’s a long time even by JRPG standards. So be sure to pace yourself, drink plenty of water, and get up to stretch during those long gaming sessions.

Octopath Traveler 2 is available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, and PC. There is no word on if the game is coming to Xbox consoles anytime soon. The original game eventually made its way to Xbox, so the sequel might too.

That’s what you need to know about how long Octopath Traveler 2 is. If you’re still on the fence, read our review of Octopath Traveler 2 here.

Jesse Vitelli

Jesse loves most games, but he really loves games that he can play together with friends and family. This usually means late nights in Destiny 2 or FFXIV. You can also find him chipping away at his ever-expanding backlog of JRPGS or staring at his massive Amiibo collection.