Baldur’s Gate 3 is one of the most expansive RPGs I’ve ever seen in terms of the quantity of content available. The game’s vast globe is teeming with things to do, and you’ll constantly come across diversions and distractions while you proceed through the main objective.
While the early access edition of Baldur’s Gate 3 takes about 30 hours to complete, the actual release version contains a lot more content to keep you entertained.
Larian has recently boasted about how huge Baldur’s Gate 3 is, and based on what’s been reported so far, diehard players will be playing this one for quite some time. Aside from the fact that most players would need between 75 to 100 hours to complete the game, it was recently estimated that Baldur’s Gate 3 includes over 174 hours worth of cutscenes in all for those who want to watch everything.
How Long is Baldur’s Gate 3?
For a playthrough, it’ll take 75-100 hours and for completionists, it’ll take 200 hours to complete. If you’re driven to see every detail of the game including multiple playthroughs and alternate story paths, there is definitely more than 200 hours of gameplay.
Having a lot of material is one thing; having all of that stuff be of excellent quality is quite another. Larian’s track record speaks for itself, and fan reception from those who have played Baldur’s Gate 3 in early access has been overwhelmingly good. Fortunately, gamers eager to explore the vast globe of Baldur’s Gate 3 won’t have to wait much longer, especially if they play on PC.
The release date for Baldur’s Gate 3 was recently shifted, with the PC version moving forward and the PS5 version receiving a short delay. Those playing Baldur’s Gate 3 on PC may begin playing on August 3rd, while those playing on PS5 can begin playing on September 6th.
There’s good news for Xbox users as Baldur’s Gate 3 will likely hit Xbox by the end of the year. So that’s how long it’ll take to finish Baldur Gate 3 as I’ll see you in the next guide.