Playing a great game is fun during the process of playing, but once everything has been done, it gets kind of sad to see the game you’ve enjoyed come to an end. Well for those hoping that they wouldn’t run into a similar situation with Rockstar’s upcoming Grand Theft Auto 5, you’re in luck as the Rockstar’s Dan Houser has stated that the game has an expected competition time of about 100 hours, which means that you’d have to play the game for a little over four days straight to complete it, with no breaks in between!:
Speaking to The Guardian, Houser was quoted as saying, “We’ve got this big open-world experience that’s 100 hours long, and that gives players control over what they do, what they see, and how they see it. A world where you can do everything from rob a bank to take a yoga lesson to watch TV, all in your own time. How do you condense that into a two-hour or 12-hour experience where you take away the main things: player agency and freedom?”
Sounds like a pretty epic game so far, and here’s hoping Rockstar doesn’t disappoint! Grand Theft Auto 5 is expected to arrive on the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3 come 17th of September, a date which we’re sure many gamers have already marked on their calendars.