Resident Evil 2 will pack in around 10 hours for each of its campaigns, the game's director and producer have revealed (via wccftech).
Speaking during a launch event for the survival horror revamp in Dubai, Kazunori Kadoi and Yoshiaki Hirabayashi revealed that Claire and Leon's story will clock in far longer than the original version of the game, which first time round took you about 4-5 hours. Speedruns would chop this down to under the two-hour mark.
The pair were also asked about a possible Resident Evil 3: Nemesis remake, but didn't have anything to share. Still, if rumours are to be believed, it's already in development.
Resident Evil 2 will feature more than just Claire and Leon's campaigns, though. The game also features the return of The Fourth Survivor and Tofu, both of which were unlockables in the 1998 version of Resi 2 by playing through the campaigns multiple times.
The remake of Resident Evil 2 will stagger into shops worldwide on January 25 for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. From what I've already played of the game, it's shaping up rather nicely indeed.