Cleaning up the streets of Old Detroit is no small feat. The Torch Heads and other gangs have plunged the city into chaos, and the best efforts of the ODPD haven’t been enough to put everything right again. Thankfully, Officer Alex Murphy is on the case. When law enforcement is your goal, it doesn’t get much better than a walking talking tank that solves crimes on the side, and that’s a pretty good description of this cybercop. Teyon’s action FPS gives players several activities to keep them busy, but just how long is RoboCop: Rogue City?
How Long Is RoboCop: Rogue City?
RoboCop: Rogue City is 8-12 hours long if you want to do the main story. That time expands significantly if you’re interested in more than just plowing through the central plot, however. Players who are interested in seeing everything that Old Detroit has to offer can expect to play for somewhere between 20-30 hours. The game offers a surprising number of side quests for an action RPG. Though shooting and throwing your metal fists around remain the game’s primary focus, there are other crimes to investigate. If you’re feeling particularly nitpicky about the law, you can even enforce the occasional parking ticket.
There are also a couple of variables that can expand the game length of RoboCop: Rogue City by quite a bit. The first is the upgrade system. Though the skill system isn’t exceptionally deep, if you’re fond of theory crafting, you could put some extra hours into it. That’s also true of RoboCop’s signature pistol, the Auto 9, which you can customize through a simple minigame. If you’re a diehard fan of the franchise, you might also burn some extra hours just taking in the sights. The police station alone has some great easter eggs and throwbacks to the original film, so keep an eye out.
RoboCop: Rogue City is available for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S.