Looking for a game that you can really sink your teeth into? Want a game that you won’t finish in a couple of sittings? There are plenty of those games on the Xbox One. In fact, we’re going to look at X Xbox one games that will take you over 100 hours to play through.
Not only are these games incredibly long, but they’re also incredibly good. After all, if you’re going to want to invest over 100 hours in a game, then you’re going to want to make sure it’s a good one!
Note: For determining game length, we’re using HowLongToBeat.com, as it features reports from a wide range of users to determine an average game length. We’re also not talking about games 100 hours to beat everything, but rather it’s 100 hours to do the main quest and a reasonable amount of side content.
1. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
When it comes to action RPGs, it’s hard to find one better than The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Both the action and story are incredibly satisfying, which are the two pillars of any good game in the genre. And of course, it’s super long, so sinking 100 hours into the game won’t be difficult as long as you engage in a good chunk of the side quests.
Warframe is a game where you can spend literally thousands of hours farming all of the different frames (think of them as different classes). Once you have them, you need to level them up and the cycle repeats. The gameplay is fun enough to keep you coming back for hours on end. If you haven’t tried Warframe, there’s never been a better time to give it a shot.
3. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
If you somehow don’t know what Skyrim is, then you’re in for a treat. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is one of the largest RPGs that isn’t an MMO and saying you’ll spend 100 hours playing it might be estimating low. Even if you mainline your way through the story, the game will take you an incredibly long time to beat. And when you add in the wealth of side quests, there’s a ton of game available here.
4. Monster Hunter: World
Like Warframe, Monster Hunter World is one of those games that basically last forever. You can constantly farm new weapons and armor from increasingly difficult monsters. If you’re the kind of game who likes a challenge, you’ll love Monster Hunter World and its Iceborne expansion, as they’ll kick your ass and keep you coming back for more.
5. Divinity: Original Sin II
If you like your RPGs to feature a slower, more tactical style of combat, Divinity: Original Sin 2 is the perfect game for you. It’s an incredibly deep RPG that’s perfect for fans of Dungeons & Dragons, as it comes the closest to replicating the tabletop RPG in video game form. And you don’t need to worry about playing the first one, as the sequel is structured in a way that stands on its own.
6. Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition
When it comes to long games, Bethesda is one of the developers who has mastered the craft of creating them. Fallout 4 has all kinds of incredibly deep systems that’ll keep you coming back for more. Depending on how sucked into the world you get, and how deep you go into the side questions, 100 hours should come quickly. Who doesn’t want to spend hundreds of hours killing stuff in a post-apocalyptic wasteland?
Minecraft is a game that gives back what you put into it. Tons of people spend literally thousands of hours building and mining in the game. Whether you find your fun in creating impressive structures or trying to survive through the night, there’s something for you in Minecraft.
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