Eiyuden Chronicle Hundred Heroes How Long to Beat

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This Eiyuden Chronicle Hundred Heroes How Long to Beat guide will detail how much time you’ll need available to sink into this classic JRPG. I will be discussing different playing styles and how much difference there is between them time-wise.

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*Note: The content in this article is accurate as of the time of writing and does not account for any future updates to the game*

Eiyuden Chronicle Hundred Heroes How Long to Beat – Answered

A normal playthrough of Eiyuden Chronicle Hundred Heroes is set to last about 48 hours. This is just to complete the main story and involves a relatively standard amount of EXP farming etc. This time could fluctuate based on playing styles and how much grinding for levels you do.

Adding in the side quests and auxiliary gameplay you can add on roughly ten more hours to the playthrough, which takes us to 55+ hours and makes it a lot more in line with what people expect from a JRPG.

Full completionists will only have to add on a few more hours from there with it taking about 60 hours to fully complete the game and 100% it.

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