PlayStation 4

Project Judge Takes Up To 35 Hours For Its Main Story Only, 80 Hours For All Side Cases Included



Project Judge producer Kazuki Hosokawa talked about game volume of Project Judge, including his best estimate on how many hours it would take to do only the main story and how many with Side Cases. [Thanks, Gamestalk.]


According to producer Hosokawa in an interview with Bahamut, Project Judge takes about 30 to 35 hours if you only stick to the main story. However, since the game is balanced with the Side Cases (side quests) in consideration, so if you only play the main story it will be much more difficult.


The gameplay time about doubles if you play through all the Side Cases with an estimate of up to 70 to 80 hours of gameplay. You can expect to see an abundance of sub-stories in the game, similar to the Yakuza series. Unfortunately, since both main and side stories would add up to a considerable number of dialogue, it isn’t fully voiced, according to Hosokawa in a Dengeki interview.


For players that are looking to complete all trophies, it is expected to take anywhere between 100 to 200 hours.


Project Judge launches in Japan, Asia, and South Korea on December 13, 2018 for PlayStation 4. The game launches in the West in 2019. Check out our previous report for more from Kazuki Hosokawa and executive director Toshihiro Nagoshi on how the project started.

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