CD Projekt RED claims The Witcher 3 will take players 100-120 hours to complete the game entirely with side-quests, and will have 36 different endings.
Looking forward to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt? If so, you'd better clear up your schedule as the game's main storyline will take "roughly" 50 hours to complete according to CD Projekt RED. Speaking to IGN, studio co-founder Marcin Iwinski revealed that figure and added that if you want to finish every side-quest in the game, it will take you 100-120 hours of gameplay.
We're looking at roughly 50 hours for the main storyline depending on your gameplay style and the difficulty level. If you do most or all of the side quests, you're looking at anything between 100 to 120 hours of gameplay.
If that wasn't a daunting enough figure, Iwinski also that there are 36 different endings to Wild Hunt, and adds, "We have an internal debate if it's 36 or more, but I can tell you that there are many, MANY different endings. You will definitely want to play this game more than once."
Does that mean there are different variations to each ending or there will be 36 different end game cinematics? It's unclear at this point, but based on Iwinski's statement, you might need to allocate more than a few hundred hours if you want to see every ending Geralt's latest adventure has to offer.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is set for release later this year at a still unannounced date for the PC, Xbox One and PS4.