Skip to main content

How long is Spider-Man 2?

Sony’s first-party titles are known for their cinematic and often lengthy experiences that value storytelling and atmosphere just as much as solid, enjoyable gameplay. That hasn’t changed for Spider-Man 2, which features the return of both Peter Parker and Miles Morales as they tackle multiple new threats in New York – some that may even be coming from within. This thrilling new web-slinging adventure should have plenty to offer both casual players and completionists, but how long will it take to beat? We won’t know for sure until the game launches, but recent leaks and rumors have teased what players can expect. Here’s how much time you should budget for Spider-Man 2 based on current rumors.

How long is Spider-Man 2?

Spider-Man Peter Parker and Miles Morales fighting Kraven and henchmen

A playthrough of Spider-Man 2 should take players an average of 17 hours according to some estimations and leaks — which includes the main campaign and dabbling in rounding up collectibles and doing other side content. The game will also feature an expansive trophy list like its predecessor that should be a joy if you’re a completionist, and it will likely take you around 25 to 30 hours to finish if leaks are to be believed. This will likely require you to 100% complete all districts, which will include finishing any and all side-quests as well as open-world activities. You’ll also likely need to purchase all of Spider-Man’s suit tech upgrades and gadget upgrades, as well as reach max level.

At the moment, these estimates are just rumored so take them with a grain of salt. We’ll confirm these figures when we complete the game ourselves at launch.

Editors' Recommendations

Billy Givens
Billy Givens is a freelance writer with over a decade of experience writing gaming, film, and tech content. His work can be…
The best PS5 exclusives
Kratos sternly looks at Atreus in God of War: Ragnarok.

The PlayStation 5 has finally established a respectable list of console-exclusive titles between first- and third-party developers. These games are able to take full advantage of the PS5 hardware thanks to not needing to worry about developing for other platforms. If you want to play some of the most impressive games you can on your system, no matter what genre you like most, these exclusives are the ones to check out.

In this guide, we'll round up the very best exclusive games the system has to offer. The PS5's exclusive library will undoubtedly grow throughout its life cycle, and we will update this article accordingly as more games come out.

Read more
The PS5 games with the best graphics
Sam Bridges stands with the child he must carry with him.

While the jumps have been getting smaller and smaller between generations, there's always a nice graphical bump to look forward to when picking up the latest hardware. We're long past the days of going from 16-bit 2D games to full-on 3D, and even the jump from SD to HD, but the visual improvements we got between the PS4 and PS5 are still striking. Not only are resolutions higher, but new techniques like ray tracing are now possible and starting to show up in more titles as we get deeper into the console's life.

Now that it's been out for a decent amount of time, and we have a wide selection of both upgraded titles and ones made exclusively for the PS5, there are a few that have risen to the top that anyone looking to show off the power of their new console will want to grab. Not only are all the games on this list visually impressive -- not just necessarily photorealistic, mind you -- but they're also a blast to play. Graphics don't make a game fun, but it just works out that the best-looking games on PS5 are also some of the best-playing. Here are our picks for the PS5 games with the best graphics.

Read more
The new 1TB PS5 has more usable storage space than the Xbox Series X
The new slimmer PS5 models.

It's out with the old and in with the new for the PlayStation 5, as Sony has replaced its old 2020 model with a slimmer redesign. The new model fixes one of its predecessor's biggest issues thanks to its 1TB storage upgrade. As is the case with any console, not all of that space is actually usable. In testing our own review unit, we've been able to break down just how much of an upgrade it actually is.

When popping into the storage menu, the new PS5 says it has 848GB of space. You'll find that some of that is already taken up by a few things, including Astro's Playroom, which comes installed on the system out the box. That'll leave you with 830.6GB, though you can delete the game to get 11.06GB back. The only thing you can't cut is 6.33GB of system files. All in all, that means you have roughly 842.2GB of usable space.

Read more