For all of the joy Hazelight Studios‘ offerings can bring co-op lovers, they share a common complaint of being too short. As such, you wouldn’t be blamed for looking at their new title and immediately wondering: How long does it take to beat It Takes Two, and what factors increase or decrease that play time?
Will, fortunately for you, we’ve completed the game and found an answer. Plus, as an added bonus, we can tell you the answer without any fear of spoilers.
How Long Does it Take to Beat It Takes Two? Answered
It Takes Two will keep you occupied for anywhere between 10 and 14 hours before you beat it.
Where you fall within this range will be determined by a few different factors. If you end up struggling with certain puzzles or decide to dig into the many minigames that are available with your gaming partner of choice, you’ll skew toward a longer playthrough.
On the other hand, if you find yourself breezing through every puzzle and don’t care to check out any of the side content, then you’ll find your playthrough over more quickly.
How much you care about the story can likewise skew your total playtime. If you don’t care about the cutscenes, you can skip them at your leisure and lob off a significant chunk of the playtime in the process.
Overall though, you can rest assured that It Takes Two is one of Hazelight Studios’ beefiest games to date. It’s jam-packed with plenty of creative cooperative gameplay to enjoy, and its story of a newly-married couple struggling to work together carries more emotional weight than you might expect.
That’s all there is to know about how long it takes to beat It Takes Two. For more on the game, visit our wiki or check out any of the articles that appear below. Likewise, for more on Hazelight Studios’ past titles, check out our review of A Way Out.
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