How long does it take to beat the main story of Miitopia on the Nintendo Switch? Learn the answer to this question in our complete game length guide.
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On our initial playthrough going directly through the Main Story, we were able to beat the game in 20-30 gameplay hours. However, completing all the routes in the game will add approximately 10 hours to your playtime.
If you want to achieve perfect completion in Miitopia, this will take you a wopping 50-60 hours of gameplay hours. There's not a huge amount of post-game content, but grinding your party for the Tower of Dread will take a while.
The free Miitopia Demo will only take around 3-4 hours to beat, as it only lets you play the first part of Greenhorne, the first chapter of the story. That should be enough to get a feel of the gameplay and see if you're interested in getting the full version.
Like most turn-based role-playing games, Miitopia will take several hours just to complete the Main Story. Even then, grinding your party when needed will add additional hours to your playtime. Additionally, doing the post-game content will stretch your gameplay hours even further for up to 50-60 hours.
It may be fair to say that Miitopia is a long game, even if you just focus on the Main Story.
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