How Long Will It Take To Finish Rage 2’s Story Campaign?

 How Long Will It Take To Finish Rage 2’s Story Campaign?

Rage 2 came out, and it’s here with a big, multicolored bang. Eager Rage 2 fans can jump into the game right now and get started on their post-apocalyptic campaign to have a little less mayhem going on in the open wastelands. For every modern game, players need to have a decent idea of how long it’s going to take them to complete the game. Here’s the break down of how long Rage 2’s story campaign is going to take most players, and what else they can expect to do along the way, outside of the story.

Rage 2’s Story Campaign Length

How Long Does The Main Campaign Take to Complete?

You’re not going to find a lengthy campaign in Rage 2. The overall story is going to take players around 10 to 15 hours to complete if they went straight through it. The whole story is not going to be what keeps players interested and occupied. Instead, you should think about the open-world collectibles, exploration, and gradual, crazy combat that goes on in this game.

What Else Can You Do, and How Long Does That Take?

Beyond the story, you’re going to find yourself staring down the barrel of several open-world checklist tasks to complete. You’re going to visit locations filled with side quests, such as Roadblocks and Fuel Stations, along with small towns you visit along your journey. You’ll want to make sure you’re always checking the job board in any new city you enter, to acquire as many side tasks as possible. You’re going to find new side missions already highlighted on your map.

How long does it take to complete the entire game from the game’s story to all of the side missions? Many people are reporting the experience as the whole hovers between 30 to 40 hours to tackle everything. For modern open-world games, that’s relatively short, given that many now find it can easily take them more than 70 hours to complete larger ones, such as Witcher 3 or Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. For some, Rage 2 is a one-and-done title, but the over-the-top combat may bring players back for a second round.

This answer is going to vary, though, as the developers, id Software and Bethesda, have plenty of content in mind for Rage 2 post-launch.