Allowing players to once again take control of lovable Mudokon, Abe, Oddworld: Soulstorm is essentially a re-imagining of Abe’s Exoddus.
Following on from the events of Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty, Oddworld: Soulstorm once again finds Abe in perilous situations in which in which he must assist his fellow Mudokons. Though his success isn’t guaranteed – how many Mudokons Abe actually saves will determine the outcome of his adventure. In fact, it can even open up some additional levels within the game. And so you might be wondering, how long does it take to beat Oddworld: Soulstorm?
It’s expected to take most players about 15 hours to beat Oddworld: Soulstorm. There are many factors that could result in players beating it much faster or slower, however. For a start there are three difficulty levels, which can have quite a large bearing on the game. And then there’s the fact that there are four endings available. To get the best one, you’ll need to save at least 80% of the Mudokons in each of the game’s 15 standard levels. Upon doing that, a further two levels will become available. Save over 80% of the Mudokons in those and you’ll be able to witness the game’s final ending.
So, while some people will make their way through Oddworld: Soulstorm and save at least 80% of the Mudokons in each and every level the first time around, many others will not. With that in mind, some will play the game for 15 hours and be done with it, while those who want to see all of the game’s endings or get all of its trophies/achievements could end up playing it for 20 hours or more.