How long does it take to beat Ghostwire: Tokyo?
How long to beat Ghostwire: Tokyo
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How long does it take to beat Ghostwire: Tokyo?

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Ghostwire: Tokyo is a brand new AAA title published by Bethesda and developed by Tango Gameworks. The game is set in a cyberpunk-themed version of Tokyo where magical elements and disturbing enemies are the norm. It’s certainly an intriguing entry in the RPG genre that seems to appeal to a wide range of players. However, before some players pull the $60 trigger on Ghostwire: Tokyo, they want to know how long it will take to beat.

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Recently, single-player, open world campaigns have required a wide range of time to beat. On one hand, there’s Elden Ring, which took us at Upcomer upward of 125 hours to complete a single save file. However, a game like Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, which was also released today, can take less than a day to beat.

So, the question remains, where does Ghostwire: Tokyo fall in terms of completion time?

Ghostwire: Tokyo’s time to beat

Fortunately for players who want to play both Ghostwire: Tokyo and Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands, you’ll be spending roughly the same amount of time in each game. According to, Ghostwire: Tokyo takes an average of 15 hours to beat. This is just for the main story, meaning there are no side quests or additional content completed.

For players who want to dabble with side quests, you can expect that time to beat to increase by at least a couple of hours. If you want to complete every side quest available, it will likely take you around 20-22 hours to beat Ghostwire: Tokyo.

Finally, for any completionists out there, Ghostwire: Tokyo will take roughly 30-35 hours to finish in full. A complete playthrough means going through each quest and objective while also achieving every trophy/achievement. This playthrough also requires earning every ending the game has to offer.

Of course, your experience will likely vary somewhat from these results. It all depends on how much time you spend exploring the game, messing around with different builds and trying to complete different objectives. For example, if you just can’t get by a single enemy for over an hour, that will impact your time.

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