Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth is sounding pretty big compared to its predecessor, with all content in the game coming to almost 100 hours.
Compared to Square Enix games of old, Final Fantasy 7 Remake isn’t all that long. You can beat the game in about 30 hours, with maybe an extra five or so on top of that dedicated to the game’s side quests. With Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth very likely going the open world route, it would be fair to assume that the adventure will be a bit bigger this time around. And that assumption would be correct, as in a comment shared to the official Final Fantasy 7 Twitter account, director Naoki Hamaguchi touched on the total playtime of the game.
“While the main storyline is bigger and more ambitious than the previous game’s narrative, Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth also embraces the concept of ‘free exploration,” with compelling stories, fun mini-games, powerful monsters and so much more to find throughout the world map,” wrote Hamaguchi. “We hope you will explore this world in great detail, as nearly 100 hours of adventure awaits.”