That’s a lot of motorcycle.
Days Gone, the upcoming action-adventure game from SIE Bend Studio, will include a roughly 30-hour campaign, and 20 percent of it will allegedly be made up of cutscenes.
Initially reported by German outlet GameReactor.dk (via translation), SIE Bend claims the game’s main story will take roughly 30 hours to complete – an estimate previously reported by GameInformer. However, SIE Bend has also reportedly stated that there are about six hours of cinematics in the game, meaning they should constitute around 20 percent of the overall campaign.
This six-hour estimate was later confirmed on Twitter by Sam Witwer, who portrays the game’s protagonist Deacon St. John.
Following a fresh delay, Days Gone is coming exclusively to PlayStation 4 on April 26, 2019.
Colin Stevens is a news writer for IGN. Follow him on Twitter.