With just under two weeks to go until the release of Spider-Man on PS4, we're starting to get more and more info about the game. Thanks to recent comments from Insomniac community director James Stevenson, we now know how long it'll take to beat Spider-Man, as well as what the download size will be at launch.
Responding to a fan question on Twitter, Stevenson revealed the average play time based on play testers playing on default difficulty. He also added that while the average time to complete the game was around 20 hours, this will vary based on how many side activities the player takes on.
our average play tester took around 20 hours on default difficulty, but some spent a lot longer if they did a ton of side quests/activitiesJames Stevenson (@JamesStevenson) August 26, 2018
In response to another query, Stevenson estimated that the Day One filesize would be "around 45GB", though that could change if patches are required.
It seems you'll have plenty to keep you busy when Spider-Man launches on September 7. While you wait for launch day, why not read our interview with Spider-Man Art Director Jacinda Chew about the thought and effort that went into Insomniac's all-new Spider-Man, his city, and his enemies, the Sinister Six. For anything else you need to know about the game, head over to our Spider-Man PS4 Everything We Know Guide.