If you’re planning to jump into Prince of Persia The Lost Crown, you may be wondering how long it’ll take to complete it.
Most Prince of Persia games weren’t too short but weren’t extremely long, either. So, where does this new installment fall? Let’s take a look at the game’s length.
Prince of Persia The Lost Crown: How long to beat
If you’re someone who doesn’t love super lengthy video games, you’re in luck! The answer to how long it’ll take to beat Prince of Persia The Lost Crown is around 20-25 hours. Ubisoft revealed this information in an interview with Game Informer. Here’s exactly what was said about the game’s length:
To delve more into the story would enter the world of spoilers, but I will tease that I was very surprised at some of the revelations I encountered about Sargon, Prince Ghassan, Anahita, and members of The Immortals – and that was only in the first three hours of what Ubisoft is estimating to be a 25-hour game.Game Informer
Although 25 hours can be pretty long for some players, this seems like a pretty fast-paced, action-packed game. Your time with The Lost Crown may just fly by and you may even be fiending for more content by the end.
All previews released about The Lost Crown speak highly about the game, and that’s only from the first few hours of gameplay. Once players get their hands on The Lost Crown, we’ll get a better picture as to how long it takes most people to play it.
This action-adventure side-scrolling platformer has you play as Sargon, who must rescue a kidnapped prince from Mount Qaf. He’s not alone, as he’s a part of a clan called The Immortals. This seems like a game for both Prince of Persia veterans and newcomers.