Agony’s Main Campaign Is 12 Hours Long; VR Support Coming Via Post-Launch Patch
(Last Updated On: April 26, 2018)

A slew of information has come forth via a series of tweets about PlayWay and MadMind Studios’ Agony. The PC, PS4, and Xbox One game’s main campaign is said to take gamers around 12 hours to beat, but there will be more than a campaign for folks to revel in.

The developers behind Agony’s Twitter account posted up a new tweet about the game and its campaign, which is accompanied by a teaser of something other than a campaign.

Tormented souls looking to indulge in the essence of hell will find that it should take around 12 hours or so to beat, according to the devs behind Agony.

The above information explaining the time to beat Agony can be found below courtesy of a recently posted tweet by @AgonyGame.

It’s unclear what this extra content is that’s not the main campaign, but the good news is that we’ll find out soon given that this week the team will “unleash more hellish news about it.”

After seeing the dev team being active on Twitter, fans took the opportunity to ask more questions about the game. One query revolves around pre-ordering on Steam, but there will be no pre-order option on Steam. However, folks gaming on consoles (PS4 and Xbox One) will be able to pre-order the game.

Another user took the opportunity to inquire about VR capabilities, and there will be post-launch support for virtual reality devices according to the devs.

To recap it all, it should take around 12 hours to beat Agony. PC users will not be able to pre-order the game, but those on PS4 and Xbox One will be able to. VR will be added later, but no specifics have been detailed yet.

Finally, the horror-adventure game is set to launch late next month on May 29th and will be available to play on PC via Steam, PS4, and Xbox One.


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