How Long is Dragon’s Dogma 2?

Depends on How Much Side Content You Cover

Abdul Muqsit
Abdul Muqsit
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With the release of Dragon’s Dogma 2, both the series veterans and new players are excited to explore its vast, open world, fight off mystical creatures, and slay dragons with help from their trusty pawns. But how long is this adventure going to be? How long will it take an average player to beat Dragon’s Dogma 2 based on their play style? Let’s find out!

Dragon’s Dogma 2 is about 30-36 hours long if you do a fairly speedy playthrough and also complete a few sidequests and other activities along the journey. Some players have also managed to beat the game within 25 hours as well.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 Game Length

As we’ve mentioned above, Dragon’s Dogma 2 will take an average player around 33-36 hours to beat, depending on how much they explore, how many side quests they finish, and their overall progression pace.

You can technically beat the game in under 25 hours as well by rushing through the main story and not turning towards the extra content, but that, in our opinion, is not the best way of playing this immersive RPG.

DD2 will never tell you to go and do a side quest. And so, a vast majority of content in this game is missable. If you stick to the main questline, you’ll miss out on meeting some colorful side characters.

If you keep your eyes and ears open and pay attention to what your pawns are saying, you’ll learn more about that region and its secrets. That is the best way to find extra/hidden content organically.

Note: Dragon’s Dogma 2 has a clear point of no return, after which you won’t be able to complete side quests and certain other activities. So, be sure to wind up everything before crossing that point.

That’s HLTB Dragon’s Dogma 2. You can expect a lot of DD2 coverage from us in the coming days and weeks. So, keep your eyes peeled for more informative pieces where we talk about this brutal yet beautiful RPG and uncover its numerous mechanics and secrets.

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