In today’s episode of GameSpot News, Persia talks about DyingLight 2 taking up to 500 hours for a 100% run, Take-Two acquiring Zynga for $12.7 billion, and more.
Players will need to spend about 500 hours to "fully complete" DyingLight 2, developer Techland has confirmed, while also acknowledging that this is the projected run time for a 100% run. A "focused" playthrough of the game's main story can be finished in about 20 hours depending on your playstyle. That playtime gets bumped to about 80 hours including all side quests and then, 500 hours including “every collectible, listen to every dialogue, fetch every Easter egg, finish every possible ending, and visit every corner of the world,"
Persia also talks about Grand Theft Auto company Take-Two acquiring FarmVille company Zynga for $12.7 billion, which the company announced on Monday morning. In a slide deck, Take-Two said it sees a "clear path" for bringing Take-Two's console and PC games to mobile, thanks in part to the Zynga deal. It did not, however, name any specific titles.
Lastly, Persia talks about a video uploaded by ER-SA that shows off the incomplete character creation in Elden Ring. While Elden Ring's character creation menu is by no means in a finished state, it does provide a good look at the game's improved character models. A majority of the basic options look decently realistic, sporting impressively rendered hair.
Link to full ER-SA video youtube.com/watch?v=vh_G4ARUSDw
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