Hades, the rogue-like from Supergiant, has finally released out of early access. Whether you’re jumping into the game on PC or Switch, you might be wondering what exactly you have in store for you. So that you can estimate how long you’ll spend with the game, here’s everything you need to know about how long Hades takes to beat.
If you’ve played the likes of Dead Cells or Rogue Legacy, you’ll know what to expect from Hades. You’ll try to run through the whole game, starting again upon death and unlocking upgrades to make the next attempt easier.
How Long Hades Takes to Beat
Therefore, it’s kinda difficult to estimate how long it’ll take to beat Hades. It all depends on your skill and how lucky you are with the builds that develop throughout a run.
On average, you can expect Hades to take about 15 hours to beat. However, that can take a lot longer or shorter, depending on your skill and luck.
For example, I was getting through one to two of the game’s four areas after just 10 runs and 2 hours or so, but one build came together to carry me further. After just a couple of hours of playing, I made it towards the end of the final area, and I haven’t made it that far since.
Therefore, just because you’ve made it to the end once, it doesn’t mean you’re close to beating the game. You’ll need to master Hades’ weapons and Boons, learning what you feel more comfortable with.
Therefore, you can expect Hades to take more than 15 hours to beat if it takes you longer to work out what items and upgrades fit your play style.
That’s everything you need to know about how long Hades takes to beat. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite.
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