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Guide: How Long to Beat Paw Patrol The Movie: Adventure City Calls?

Quick walkies or a long hike?

Ryder and his gang of pups are back for another adventure and this time it’s to save Adventure City from Mayor Humdinger’s silly scheme. If you’re buying this for your kid and you know you’re going to be dragged in as the co-op partner, you may be wondering how long is Paw Patrol The Movie: Adventure Bay Calls? How long does it take to beat the game? And if you’re a trophy hunter looking to score an easy platinum trophy for the collection, you might be wondering how long it takes to get all the trophies in Adventure Bay Calls.

Wonder no more because we’ve got you covered.

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How long to beat the story missions?

The story missions do not take very long at all, though there is some replayability in the form of the collectable pup treats and the badges.

Each level takes between 10-15 minutes to finish, so with eight levels in total, it should take you around 2 hours to finish Paw Patrol The Movie: Adventure Bay Calls.

It’s worth noting that these playtimes are based on my own experience – in the hand of a child, it may take a little bit longer, but not much. It’s a very linear and simple game, so there’s no chance of getting lost or stuck.

How long to get the Platinum trophy?

Getting the Paw Patrol The Movie: Adventure City Calls trophies will take you a bit longer than it takes to beat the story, assuming you don’t manage to grab every collectable pup treat the first time around – something I noted as a struggle in my Paw Patrol The Movie: Adventure City Calls review.

You’re looking at around 4-5 hours of play to get the Platinum trophy, with the most difficult ones being tied to collecting the pup treats. The rest are really simple and you’ll pick them up as you play – though you will also have to go into the unlockable mini-games to get a few trophies.

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