EDIT: Updated the title to reflect a slight error in how the time stamps were read. Apologies for the confusion.
EDIT: Full time stamps of each trophy. The first trophy is not recorded time wise, but each trophy after that is recorded by the length of time it took to obtain that trophy after collecting the first one. As you can see, some trophies say 21 hours near the bottom. So from the time it took the player to get the first trophy, it took around 5 hours or so to get the completed game trophy. So, the time to complete the game could be anywhere from 5 hours or more. Still a rumor though, play the game for yourself, don’t let a game’s length dictate your purchase or rental of the game.
According to a user on PSN Profiles who seemingly has a copy of The Order: 1886 already in their hands, the game potentially has a rather short run-time.
A user going by the name of wMikkel, has apparently beaten The Order: 1886 in under 5 hours according to his trophy list. Now, I wouldn’t take that with full certainty that The Order: 1886 is a short game, as the player may have skipped cutscenes, or just ran through the game to see just how fast they could beat it. And, of course as we all know, a game with a short run time doesn’t mean it’s a bad game either.
— Major Pancakes (@MajPancakes) February 4, 2015
Looking at the monetary value though of a game that short, is a bit questionable. In a previous news report, we reported that The Order: 1886 should last players around 10-12 hours, but depending on your play-style you can obviously give or take a few hours from that total time.
We’ll know for sure just how long of a game The Order: 1886 is in a couple weeks, so be sure to stay tuned to OnlySP on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest updates.