We expected Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception to be around 10 hours in length.
And according to GamesRadar's Nathan Irvine , who played an early code of the highly anticipated title over the weekend, we're probably right.
He said it took 8-9 hours to complete although we imagine it'll be closer to 10 for most people, as critics and journalists tend to move quickly through any given game. He also said it was pretty damn amazing (no surprise there) and added that in fact, "everything is bigger." That's obviously in comparison to past iterations but one could interpret that statement in a variety of ways. Uncharted 3 won't be open-ended, of course, but is he implying a little more in the way of exploration? Or is he simply talking about the size and scope of each environment from a linear standpoint?
Either way, it's good to know the campaign isn't 5 hours or something, and we should probably remember that the game is only a few weeks away. Yep, November 1…got your calendars marked?
Related Game(s): Uncharted 3