Samurai Jack: The director of Battle Through Time talks about the duration and difficulty of the game
Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time will be released soon on August 21 on all consoles. Then yesterday, director Hiroshi Mathew talked about some game details, including the duration and difficulty modes of the game.
Mathew states that this should take about ten hours to the players, but it is only for the simplest difficulty known as samurai. But it also seems to refer to the fact that you will not be able to unlock all the nice stuff for Jack playing with lower difficulties, it therefore expects people to play the game through higher difficulties to live experience complete. The difficult mode is called Samurai and the most difficult mode is called Master of Masters.
Mathew revealed more information about the gameplay and his design philosophy saying The game allows the player to acquire many skills while pursuing the game. Mobility, physical capacity and Jack combat technique will be extended As players progress in the game. Naturally, the degree of freedom as a warrior will increase, but in the higher difficulty modes, more difficult enemies await the player, so I'm sure even players unconditional can enjoy the game at a quite difficult level.
The game looks pretty elegant and replayability thanks to new unlocks and difficulty is always welcome!