Marvel’s Spider-Man Can Apparently Be Beaten in 20 Hours

There are so many games, and people have so little time. Still, most gamers prefer a long campaign, when it comes to their AAA purchases. We now have a timeline for Marvel’s Spider-Man. It will be approximately twenty hours long on the default difficulty level. If you get pulled into sidequests and other activities, it will be even longer.

Insomniac Games Community Director James Stevenson took to Twitter to confirm this playtime.

In fact, Stevenson answered a wide range of questions from fans. He reminded the community that “paid story DLC drops [will] include new missions, challenges, and suits” and they should not be confused with microtransactions, which will not exist in Marvel’s Spider-Man.

Unsurprisingly, you’ll need to have quite a bit of space available on your PlayStation 4 to fight and swing your way through this open-world:

For those of you wondering if Marvel’s Spider-Man is the time to make the jump from the standard PS4 to the PS4 Pro, you can expect the graphical difference to be similar to what we saw with Ratchet & Clank:

Any other questions you have about Marvel’s Spider-Man will be answered when it releases on September 7, 2018 for the PlayStation 4, but until then, feel free to speculate in the comments below.

[Source: Gear Nuke]