Earlier this year, Frozenbyte and THQ Nordic announced Trine 5: A Clockwork Conspiracy, the next installment of a 2.5D co-op platform game that, from a new adaptive difficulty system to reworked combat and progression, should expand on the foundations of Trine in many ways. . But how “full” the game will be, especially given its length.
Developers Frozenbyt have been told that Trine 5: A Clockwork Conspiracy will be “at least” a dozen hours long, though the average playthrough is “likely to be much longer”. Factors such as the difficulty settings you choose will also affect the duration of the credits.
Difficult to estimate as experience and skill level vary, but I would guess it will take at least 12 hours to complete the game. However, for the average player, this is likely to be much more. It all depends on the difficulty settings you choose, as they can significantly affect the level of difficulty.
The previous game, Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince, is also about a dozen hours long, but since Frozenbye suggests the possibility of a longer sequel, it will be interesting to see how much longer it will be.
Trine 5: A Clockwork Conspiracy releases this summer for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.