Tokyo Mirage Sessions Encore has finally arrived on the Nintendo Switch and offers players the chance to check out this Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem crossover adventure all over again, with bonus content. With more content packed into Encore, some players may be wondering how long Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore takes to beat.
How Long Tokyo Mirage Sessions Encore Takes to Beat
From our personal experience with the game, we expect it to take you anywhere between 50 and 60 hours to beat Tokyo Mirage Sessions Encore.
The 10-hour window comes down to how much you’ll be diving into the sub stories and side content as you progress through the main adventure. As you might have guessed, the more you dive into this, the more time it’ll take you to reach the game’s end.
If you’re looking to just get through the main story and finish the game as quickly as possible, you’ll probably be able to beat the game in closer to 50 hours than 60. Your chosen difficulty setting will also play a part in your final time to beat the game, but you’re still going to be around the 50-hour mark.
That being said, all of this side content does act as a handy way to help you level up your characters.
If the 50-60 hours we quoted above just isn’t enough for you, you’ll be pleased to hear that Tokyo Mirage Sessions Encore also has new game plus. It carries over a bunch of progress from your first playthrough, while upping the challenge.
As such, if you just can’t get enough of the action, new game plus is definitely the way to go. It even has a secret boss battle that can only be accessed through this mode, alongside new Carnage Weapons to boot. It’s something that any completionist will want to check out for themselves for sure.
We have a list of all the chapter names down below. Do be warned that the names themselves may be considered as minor spoilers, so look away if you want to go in completely fresh. If not, read on.
- Prologue: Reincarnation
- Chapter 1: A Star Is Born
- Chapter 2: Head Over Heels For Her
- Chapter 3: The Next Generation
- Chapter 4: The Audition
- Chapter 5: True Colors
- Chapter 6: Fire Emblem
These are just the main story chapters, and this list does not include the other character side stories and NPC optional requests you can take on.
If you’re struggling with a certain aspect of the game, let us know in the comments and we’ll do our best to get back to you.