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How Long Does It Take To Beat Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle?

Happy tenth anniversary to two modern action classics. On Feb. 18, PlatinumGames will release the Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, which gives both games a gorgeous 4K facelift. 


This is exciting news for longtime fans of those games, as well as for folks who missed them when they originally released. Not only that, but it seems like a pretty great value, considering how beloved these titles are. Two games for the price of one? That sounds like it should be enough to keep you occupied for a while, right?

Well, we've got the scoop on how long it should take for you to barrel through both of these wild action games. Despite the pretty new graphics in both titles, the games aren't receiving any new content. In other words, they'll take just as long to complete on the PS4 and Xbox One as they did when they were first released.

How long is the Bayonetta & Vanquish bundle?

For VanquishHow Long To Beat states it should only take players around 6 to 8 hours to complete the main story and find its little hidden secrets. That time is roughly doubled for players who wish to go back play through the game on its God Hard difficulty, which increases enemy strength and removes all weapons upgrades. 


Vanquishing Vanquish on God Hard is a grueling feat that should pad out that playing time considerably, but the story mode is still rather slight. This was actually a frequent criticism of the game when it was first released, but it still manages to pack in plenty of fun shooting action in that short runtime.

Bayonetta, on the other hand, should take around 11 hours to complete its main storyline, but completionists will have a much better time with this one. With all of the hidden items and different abilities and difficulty modes to unlock, you're looking at a little over 40 hours of content. And now it's easy to remember why Bayonetta has such a following to this day. 

Get ready to blast your way through these two classics on Feb. 18.