The timeplay of The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners is approximately 15 hours for the main story, 18 hours for the main story and side quests, 30 hours for 100% completion.
However, the actual timeplay may vary depending on your playstyle, difficulty level, and whether or not you choose to explore all of the game’s optional content. For example, if you’re a completionist who wants to find every item and complete every quest, you can expect to spend significantly more time playing the game.
Here is a brief overview of the different gameplay elements that you can expect to encounter in The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners:
Scavenging for supplies: You’ll need to scavenge for food, water, ammunition, and other supplies in order to survive.
Crafting weapons and tools: You can use the supplies you find to craft weapons and tools to help you fight zombies and solve puzzles.
Combat: You can use melee weapons, guns, and even your bare hands to fight zombies.
Stealth: Stealth is often the best way to avoid zombies, but it’s not always possible.
Choice and consequence: Your choices throughout the game will affect the story and the relationships you have with other characters.
If you’re a fan of The Walking Dead franchise or survival horror games in general, then I highly recommend checking out The Walking Dead: Saints & Sinners. It’s a well-made game with immersive VR gameplay and a compelling story.