As a result of the game’s promise of being a choice-driven narrative horror adventure that serves as a spiritual successor to the beloved 2014 title Until Dawn, it’s no surprise that the game has gotten a lot of attention, and as the game’s release date draws closer, more information about the game is being shared.
For example, in a recent interview with SegmentNext, game director Will Byles (who also directed Until Dawn) stated that a typical playthrough of The Quarry will last approximately ten hours- though, as you’d expect from a Supermassive-developed game at this point, there will be plenty of reasons to come back for more playtime.
“A single playthrough of The Quarry can take anywhere from five to ten hours, depending on the player,” Byles explained. In addition, we believe that many players will wish to take various routes and make different decisions, therefore the game is meant to be extremely replayable.” In order to experience every possible variation of the plot in The Quarry, be prepared to spend an inordinate amount of time playing.”
The Quarry will have a total of 186 possible endings, which, when paired with the game’s other features – such as the new Movie Mode – should ensure that the game does not fall short on material. With only a few days left till it officially launches, we should know if it will be good or bad.
The Quarry has recently achieved gold and will be released on June 10 for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.