Marvel’s Avengers is out right now in Early Access format, meanwhile for everyone else it will launch in just a few days. The game will be supported post-launch with plenty of DLC characters who will each receive a $10 Battle Pass, but – for the here and now – lots of people are simply asking: how long is the Marvel’s Avengers game? Here you’ll discover the estimated campaign length so you can gauge how long it will take to beat.

Thor, Captain America, Black Widow, Ms. Marvel, Hulk, and Iron Man are available heroes from the get-go, but there’s suggestions that Black Panther will be added with a Wakanda Raid plus echo heroes such as the mighty She-Hulk. We also know that Spider-Man will be exclusive to Sony, meanwhile Hawkeye has been confirmed for arrival.

Before any of the above leaks come true or turn out to be false, below you’ll discover how long the Marvel’s Avengers game is to beat so you can determine whether it’s worth buying at launch.

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How long is the Avengers game?

The Marvel’s Avengers campaign is 10-12 hours long.

However, the campaign for the Marvel’s Avengers game is closer to 30-hours long if you complete every side mission and optional extras.

The above time estimates come courtesy of Crystal Dynamics’ Senior Brand Director, Rich Briggs.

Briggs compared Marvel’s Avengers to the Tomb Raider games when answering Comicbook‘s question about how long it should roughly take to beat:

“If you think about previous Crystal games, you know that if you want to be playing your way through the core story, it’s going to be in that area, 10 to 12 hours.

But if you want to see everything there is, and do all the side missions and everything else, you’re generally looking at 30 plus hours in the Tomb Raider games.

So we’re not putting exact numbers on it [Avengers] just yet, but you can expect something comparable to what we’ve done in the past with that regard.”

Although the hourly estimates may seem short for some, know that Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics are planning to support the game for many years post-launch.

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