Alan Wake 2 Takes 20 Hours to Complete

Alan Wake 2 will Take About Double the Original's Time to Beat

Abdullah Waseem
Abdullah Waseem
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Alan Wake 2
  • Alan Wake 2 is over 20 hours long
  • Still in development so time could differ
  • Releases on October 17, 2023

Remedy Entertainment has revealed that Alan Wake 2 takes over 20 hours to complete. The sequel releasing almost 12 years after the first is one of the most anticipated launches of the year. In a Q&A with Wccftech, Remedy has revealed that the sequel will be longer than the original.

Alan Wake 2’s Over 20 Hours of Completion are Longer than The Original’s

Alan Wake (2010) takes roughly 11 hours to complete the story, depending on the play style. If it wasn’t already obvious, the new one almost doubles the story length of the original. Alan Wake 2 trailer revealed that this time joining Alan as a playable character will be another character Saga.

In Wccftech’s session, it was asked whether:

With the two intertwined campaigns, can you discuss roughly how long Alan Wake 2 will take to complete? To which Remedy answered: It depends on your skills, but currently (and the game is not quite done yet because a lot of the content is still going in), we’re looking at over 20 hours.

Interview via WCCFTech
Sega from Alan Wake 2
Sega from Alan Wake 2

A longer storyline does make sense considering we now have two playable characters. Remedy also revealed that each character has their own story and missions. And the game in certain areas will force you to play as the character required for a certain mission. However, all that will tie in with the story.

Alan Wake 2 is set to launch on October October 17, 2023. Despite being a very competitive month, Remedy has stated they aren’t bothered by the competition. The title can now be pre-ordered on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

What are your thoughts on Alan Wake 2’s 20 hours of game length? Let us know in the comments down below.

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Abdullah is an avid gamer who primarily plays single-player titles. If you can't find him anywhere, he'll probably be at his desk playing The Witcher 3 for the millionth time. When he isn't playing games, he's either reading or writing about them.
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