The Last Of Us Part 2 isn’t loved by fans and gamers at the moment but it has become the fastest-selling PlayStation 4 exclusive. One of the main reasons fans don’t love Naughty Dog’s sequel is because they have to play as Abby as opposed to just Ellie. If controlling the game’s most controversial character is a horrible prospect for you, here you’ll discover how long you play as both Ellie and Abby so you can make a decision as to whether or not it’s too long for you to endure.
There are many pros about The Last Of Us Part 2 and some of these are minor such as its impressive rope physics whereas others are remarkably magnificent such as being able to cover a bunch of real songs on the game’s guitar. It is nearly a 10/10 masterpiece when controlling our favourite post-apocalyptic survivor while exploring with Dina and Jesse, but unfortunately it falls off a cliff when you are forced to step into the mighty shoes of everyone’s least favourite female bodybuilder.
Below you’ll discover how long you play as both Ellie and Abby in Naughty Dog’s sequel.
How long do you play as Ellie in The Last Of Us 2?
You play as Ellie in The Last Of Us Part 2 for about 12-hours before switching over to Abby.
It obviously depends on how slow and thorough you play while exploring The Last Of Us Part 2, but it’s roughly the 12-hour mark where most gamers will stop playing as Ellie.
However, 12-hours isn’t an exact number of hours you control the fan-favourite character. After all, you control Abby during the game’s opening for some minutes as well as Joel.
Still, expect to transition from the converses of Ellie to the boots of Abby once you’ve progressed through about 12-hours of the story.
How long do you play as Abby in The Last Of Us 2?
You play as Abby in The Last Of Us Part 2 for roughly 12-hours.
The amount of playtime as Abby in The Last Of Us Part 2 is nearly identical to Ellie and this was obviously intended for story purposes by Naughty Dog.
Unfortunately, this is where the game for some stops becoming enjoyable.
Personally speaking, it’s when I stopped caring and became numb to all of the violence which is quite shocking considering how terrifying the Scars are.
Once you play through the Abby portion of the game, you do get to control Ellie once more but the game’s ending is massively underwhelming and not at all satisfying.