Ghostrunner 2 Mission List: How Long is Ghostrunner 2?

Check out the length of Ghostrunner 2 with this guide!

by Christian Bognar
Ghostrunner 2 Combat and Gameplay Review
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Ghostrunner 2 follows the same level and mission-based gameplay, where you go in with an objective, try to obtain collectibles along the way and move on to the next mission.

The first Ghostrunner was about 10 hours long, offering a quick but fun experience. You may be wondering how long Ghostrunner 2 is. This guide will cover the mission list and explain the length of Ghostrunner 2.

All Missions in Ghostrunner 2

There are a total of 18 missions in Ghostrunner 2. Some are shorter than others, but for the most part, they all are similar in length. As you progress further into the story, the missions progressively get more challenging with different enemy types, bosses, and more. Also, you can get collectibles in each mission. Here is the entire mission list in Ghostrunner 2.

  1. Uninvited Guests
  2. Will Bushido Allow It?
  3. Setting the Stage
  4. The Hacker’s Den
  5. Behind the Curtain
  6. You Shouldn’t Have Peeked
  7. A Price to Be Paid
  8. Licking the Wounds
  9. I Won’t Be Back Today
  10. Winds of The Desolate
  11. Pillars of Creation
  12. Something Lurks In The Sand
  13. Mindgames
  14. Can Anyone Hear Me?
  15. Danse Macabre
  16. Elevator Maintenance
  17. Too Close To The Sun
  18. The Monolith of Inhumanity

Related: Do You Need to Play Ghostrunner 1 to Play Ghostrunner 2?

How Long is Ghostrunner 2?

Ghostrunner 2 is longer than its predecessor, clocking in at around 15 hours of playtime for someone familiar with the gameplay. If you are new to Ghostrunner, this number will increase to 20 hours of playtime.

If you are a completionist looking to collect all swords, artifacts, and memory chips, you are looking more toward the 20 to 25-hour mark, depending on your skill level with Ghostrunner.

Once you beat the game, you can replay all the missions in any order you’d like. The good news is that you can keep all your abilities, swords, and collectibles. If you decide to do so, this allows you to start at maximum power in the first level!

- This article was updated on October 24th, 2023

About The Author

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Christian has been a writer of Attack of the Fanboy for over a year and has covered Shadows of Rose, Lords of the Fallen, Remnant 2, Lies of P, and more; his favorite genre is Survival Horror. He has a business degree but felt the need to take his love for video games to the gaming community. Outside of writing, you can find him listening to all types of podcasts, especially Always Sunny Podcast and Morbid True Crime.