We knew Dragon Age: Inquisition would be a massive game, but just how massive we didn't know. Not until now, that is. Bioware writer Patrick Weekes has revealed via Twitter that a regular playthrough of the massive RPG will take about 80 hours to finish, and that's only with some of the side-quests completed. Factor in all available side-quests and we may be looking at over 100 hours of gameplay. While completionist will definitely have a field day with Dragon Age: Inquisition, those that have less time to spare will still be able to complete the adventure in fewer than 80 hours "Will note: people who prefer shorter games could do less than I did. NOT 80 hrs minimum. Still, LOT of game to play if you want," Weekes stated. The fun doesn't end once you finish the main storyline, however, as Dragon Age: Inquisition features a co-op multiplayer mode that lets you and three of your friends complete various quests separate from the single player story, offering hours of additional gameplay. Dragon Age: Inquisition launches on November 18th for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and the PC. We find it peculiar why anyone interested in the game wouldn't spend the time to experience everything it has to offer, but to each his own.