Spiderman PS4 Game Size and Play Length Revealed

Community Director at Insomniac Games, James Stevenson reveals the play length and game size of Spiderman PS4 while answering to fan queries of Twitter.

The play length of Spiderman PS4 has been confirmed by James Stevenson, Community Director at Insomniac Games. James Stevenson took it to Twitter to reply to the questions that the fans are curious to know the answers of about Spiderman PS4. Stevenson declared the normal playing time the game will require while also mentioning the size of the game.

There had been a lot of chitchat about the game length of Spiderman PS4 being rather short. Some even rumored the play time to be not even 12 hours. To put an end to all these speculations James bared the actual details of the game. When “sebi0315” posed this question on Twitter at James directly, he responded through his Twitter account by saying:

Our average play tester took around 20 hours on the default difficulty, but some spent a lot longer if they did a ton of side quests/activities.

Moreover, James was also asked about the size of the Spiderman PS4 to which he replied:

will try to have an answer on that soon, but 45 GB minimum, probably a bit more + patch and stuff

James also acknowledged on Twitter about the accessibility options provided in Spiderman PS4 during this answering session. A certain Thomas Russell wanted to know if the PS4 exclusive game will include the accessibility options just like Uncharted 4 and God of War. James revealed that these options would indeed be offered in Spiderman PS4 but to access them the Day 1 update will be required. He further mentioned that more details on these accessibility options will be shared later on.

Play length of 20 hours is certainly much longer than expected and comparatively more than the Batman Arkham video games, which were averaged at 13 hours. Spiderman PS4 is certainly making up to the promise of meeting Batman Arkham Legacy standards. This PS4 exclusive game is rightly being vowed to become Sony’s biggest ever game. The whole development of the game has been “a learning curve” for Insomniac Games.

Source: GearNuke

Astute eSports Gamer.