If you’re a fan of the World of Darkness series of tabletop role-playing games, you might me excited about getting to play as a werewolf in Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood.
Developed by Cyanide, Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood adapts the tabletop series for the world of video games, delivering a fairly entertaining mix of stealth and brutal combat. But if you’re thinking about splashing the cash and jumping the action RPG that lets you skulk around environments in both human and wolf forms before turning into a werewolf to unleash hell, you might be wondering: how long does it take to complete it?
A single playthrough of Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood will take players around ten hours, assuming they also complete the game’s optional missions. If not, it’s likely to only take them eight or nine hours. Those wanting to get all of the game’s achievements or trophies, however, will likely have to complete it twice thanks to it having two endings, determined by a choice made late in the game. They’ll also have to scour each environment to find all of the spirits. Three difficulties are also offered, the hardest of which which may give players some headaches in combat, adding yet more playing time.
Basically, then, most players will beat Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood in around ten hours, see one ending, and then never look back. Those wanting to see and do everything in it, however, could play it for up to twenty hours.