It looks like Destiny 2’s campaign will take you around 12 hours to complete.
Although Destiny 2 is primarily a multiplayer experience to be played online with buddies, Bungie has made more fuss over the story and campaign after criticism of the first title.
Released yesterday or last night depending on where you live, players have begun to complete all 16 acts of the main campaign, which pitches Guardians against Ghaul and his Red Legion.
Twitch streamers such as Jericho began broadcasting the campaign as soon as they got their hands on it, playing through the entire story before jumping into the multiplayer modes.
12 hours later, we've beaten Destiny 2, aren't looking too shabby, and the RNG gods were nice to us. Had fun, can NOT wait for PC version.
— Jericho – Tucker (@IIJERiiCHOII) September 6, 2017
The good news is that if you feel this is a little short you can replay the campaign mission in any order and also jump in to play co-op with your closest friends at any point once you’ve completed the very first Homecoming stages.
Opening moments are solo to support story before you can fireteam up and shoot monsters with your friends. 2/2
— Mark Noseworthy (@knowsworthy) September 3, 2017
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