Wild Hearts Game Length – How Long to Beat

How long to complete Wild Hearts?

With a lot of different monsters to hunt and equipment to upgrade, you could potentially get lost with just how long the Wild Hearts game length is. If you’re looking to really sink some time

How long to complete Wild Hearts?

Wild Hearts will take about 40 to 50 hours to beat the main story according to our experience. Even after completing the main content, Wild Hearts still offers plenty of post game content that will have you investing even more hours.

Thanks to a copy we received from EA, we were able to review Wild Hearts and get to experience the game for ourselves. And it’s clear that Wild Hearts will take some time to finish thanks to its large variety of monsters, or Kemono as the game refers to them, to hunt.

Similar to Monster Hunter, Wild Hearts has you harvesting monster parts and upgrading your weapons and equipment with them. Monsters have specific weaknesses that you may want to gear your fighting style towards. Defeating these monsters allows you to harvest parts which you can then use towards creating stronger equipment.

Wild Hearts Game Length

Wild Hearts does have a story and isn’t completely reliant on its Monster Hunter styled gameplay loop. As you try to discover what made the beasts of the land fuse with nature itself to becoming powerful Kemono, you’ll meet new characters who give some background as to what’s happening.

Wild Hearts Game Length

Wild Hearts is a chapter based game where you’ll have to complete objectives in order to move on to the next one. According to Koei Tecmo, players can complete the full game between 40 to 50 hours which is about right from our experience.

There are still post game content to do even after finishing the Wild Hearts story. Take on tougher Kemono and become even stronger.

Wild Hearts is available now for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PC.

Check out the Wild Hearts trailer.