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The top 10 of the longest video games to finish

A lot of passion, a lot of time, and little desire to download tons of gigabytes from the Internet? All that remains is to focus on video games with a long and intense single-player campaign, also available in the physical version. So we will start playing as soon as the disc is inserted, enjoying a nice physical package that is always good for the collection, and not caring about having to go online at all costs. Here is our ranking of 10 titles ready to keep you a lot of company.

1. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 

One of the best open-world RPGs, for many the best ever, which owes its success to the fact that it is so vast, but at the same time finished in every square meter. So we can say that the approximately 45 hours needed to complete it are just the beginning, because between sub-missions and free explorations, of hours, more than 300 could pass. For Nintendo Switch.

2. Dragon Age: Inquisition

Ok, at first glance it might seem like a bit of an old title, but what is the best chapter of the Dragon Age trilogy is an RPG that, even today, gives adventurers a hard time. Both for the fights, which are anything but simple and for the numerous puzzles that enrich the game universe. And what a universe: between the main title, which is now at a bargain price, and the DLC expansions, it is estimated at least 70 hours of play. Wow. For diablos weakness PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

3. Divinity: Original Sin II

Another role-playing game, a genre in fact very marked by the single-player, but of a type halfway between the old style, for dynamics, and the latest generation technology. After all, Larian Studios, specialists in the sector, take care of it. And so we find ourselves back in the world of Rivellon, a thousand years after the events of the first episode, grappling with fierce and mysterious creatures. You don’t need to have played the former to appreciate it. Instead, you will have to keep free for at least 75 hours. Available on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

4. Person 5

Calma is another RPG, but this one is very different from the previous ones. For the Japanese mold, first of all, and then for the modern setting. Beautiful to see, even better to play, and above all with a crazy plot and many hours, many, to dedicate to us before the grand finale. We are talking, in a hurry, about 80 hours of the main game. Available on PS4. 

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5. Fallout 4: GOTY Edition

A modern and colossal RPG, set in a post-apocalyptic future, with a splendid exploratory component and all the flavor of the Fallout series. Released in 2015, it still makes a good impression today and, like all Bethesda RPGs, it proves to age well. At least 80 hours of fun are guaranteed. In the GOTY (Game Of The Year) edition, longevity increases due to the included DLCs. Available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

6. Civilization VI

The strategic masterpiece of Sid Meier and Firaxis returns in this refined version, with a simple interface and study to take you, in a few clicks, to the heart of the game. At that point, however, expect a depth that is rarely seen in video games. You start with a small primitive tribe, which you will have to develop over the course of centuries and millennia, to bring it into a future of hope and space conquests. How long does it last? In the meantime, give him at least 90 hours, then we’ll talk about it in a few years. Year, yes. Available on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

7. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

The most recent chapter in the Ubisoft saga is a refined action that never tires. In the case of Odyssey, the developers wanted to slip in an open-world model that works very well and expands its longevity. Set during the Peloponnesian War, it is the action game that satisfies even those who love exploration. Available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

8. Football Manager 2020

You must like football, you must like numbers and statistics, and you must like the more strategic side of the sport. If you like all of this, get ready to say goodbye to your social life. And if we were you, we would give it a chance even if you don’t follow football much. As a coach-manager, you have to take your team by the hand and lead them to win everything and more, thanks to tactics, training, transfer market, media management, and much more. 100 hours of fun guaranteed, but only if you can hold back. Available on PC.

9. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

CD Projekt Red’s game is pretty much in any league table, let alone it wouldn’t be in the one that rewards longevity and quality. It offers at least 140 hours of fun, but if you enjoy it well and with the various DLCs then you can add at least thirty more hours. A role-playing game, but one that made history. And so you can enjoy the series better on Netflix too. Available on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. 

10. Monster Hunter World: Iceborn

For some, it may be a surprise, for those who have played it, and are still playing it since time immemorial, no. One of the most beautiful RPGs in history, which puts us on the hunt for the most dangerous fantasy monsters, combines the already splendid Monster Hunter World with an expansion that doubles its quality, content, and longevity. Proof of fact, you won’t leave him for 200 hours of a tight match. Available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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