This is a guide to game length in New Pokemon Snap (Pokemon Snap 2) for the Nintendo Switch. Find out how long it will take to complete the game, as well as how many hours you will need to spend in order to 100% the game.
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The New Pokemon Snap will take most players about 8 to 10 hours of play time if they decide to focus on the story until the credits roll. Compared to the N64 Pokemon Snap, the new game will take much longer to complete as more contents are added, including more Pokemon from the new generations. For diehard fans who want to get their money's worth from this game, you can typically expect to spend around 70 to 80 hours to 100% the game.
Unlike the N64 Pokemon Snap, it also has more Pokemon to discover from across 8 generations. Plus, players have other tasks in the game, like helping Professor Mirror uncover the truth behind the Illumina Phenomenon. Focusing on this investigation will take about 8 to 10 hours.
The actual play time depends on whether the player reach the required expedition points or other requirements to unlock the next area in one go.
Here's one of the most challenging part of the game. Professor Mirror and the others will give Requests where you should capture specific Pokemon poses. Most of these poses are 4-star rank, which means they are the rarest and most difficult events to trigger.
Completing all the Requests will take about 15 to 20 hours, or even more if you keep missing or unsure of what to keep an eye out for.
You also need to find all available Pokemon on each course and complete your maps. To do that, you have to max out all Research Levels first so you can be sure that all Pokemon in the course are discoverable.
From there, you can start taking snaps of Pokemon, crystablooms, and ancient ruins. Remember that some species appear on multiple locations around the course and alternate routes contain more hidden Pokemon needed for map completion.
Upon completing a course map, a crown will be displayed beside its name on your Photodex (Lab > Photodex > Map).
There are tons of unlockables in the game that you can get by completing Requests or reaching certain milestones. These unlockables are used to customize your profile or edit your snaps into something more interesting.
Checking these often, especially the Research Titles, is the best way to track your overall progress to 100-percenting the game.
If you are a completionist and are planning for a 100% Completion, it might take you about 70 to 80 hours to do so.
This may sound difficult but it actually gets easier as you play the game and get the hang out of the point system and the different poses of each Pokemon.
|How to Raise Your Research Level Quickly||How to Get a High Star Ranking|
|All Secrets and Easter Eggs||Post Game Contents and 100 Percent Guide|
|How to Use Auto Select Efficiently||How to Unlock Burst Mode|
|All Ancient Ruin Locations||All Crystabloom Locations|
|Hidden Paths Guide: All Branching Route Locations||How to Get Behind the Waterfall|
|How to Get 10 3-Star Photos in One Run||How to Get 10 4-Star Photos in One Run|
|All Research Spot Locations||How to Get a High Course Score|
|How to Unlock All Research Titles||How to Unlock All Profile Icons|
|How to Unlock All Stickers||How to Unlock All Filters|
|How to Unlock All Frames||List of Unlockables|
|How Long is New Pokemon Snap?||Is New Pokemon Snap Multiplayer?|
|Amiibo Compatibility||Are There Shinies? Color Variation Guide|
|How to Change Your Name||How to Speed Up the Neo-One|
|How to Save||Evolutions Guide: How Do Evolutions Work?|
|What is in the Whirlpool in Maricopia Reef?||-|
|How Does Online Play Work?||How to Get a High Ranking Online|
|How to Get Sweet! Medals||-|
|Mechanics and Game Controls|
|Controls and Best Settings||How to Print New Pokemon Snap Photos|
|Camera Guide: Camera Features and How to Use||Photo Editing Mode Guide|
|How to Change Your Language Settings||How to Use Re-Snap|
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