If you’ve been wondering just how big of a game Firewatch is, a new interview on WCCFTech has revealed just that.

According to one of the developers of Firewatch, Nels Anderson, the game will reportedly take you around 5-6 hours of playtime to complete. That playtime can be extended, however, by visiting areas you’re not required to visit in the game, according to Anderson. Here’s the full quote:

It’s pretty hard to say since there’s actually quite a lot of “off the beaten path” areas in the game that players won’t have to visit. On average, I’d say maybe 5-6 hours … ? When I play it, it feels comparable to the length of a trilogy of movies or a TV mini-series.

A price point hasn’t been revealed for Firewatch just yet, but we’re anticipating it to be around $29.99. For those of us trying to finish the games we play this year and not add more games to our backlog, this sounds like the perfect amount of playtime for a mostly-linear narrative adventure.

If you missed the news yesterday, Gamingbolt reported that Firewatch is currently not planned for release on the Xbox One. On the PS4 the game will tout a 1080p resolution and 30fps, with the PC version obviously holding the highest specifications.

Stay tuned for more details as we have them by following OnlySP on Facebook and Twitter.

Nick Calandra
OnlySP founder and former site owner.

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