A motorist drives past a large billboard of the "Grand Theft Auto V" video game in downtown Madrid on October 17, 2013.  The game's publisher Take-Two Interactive Software said on September 20 that it had raked in more than a billion dollars during the first three days of sales, smashing previous records.    AFP PHOTO / GERARD JULIEN        (Photo credit should read GERARD JULIEN/AFP via Getty Images)
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The GTA Game That Takes The Longest To Beat
The time spent in any “Grand Theft Auto” title will largely depend on the players and what kind of experience they're looking for. Some gamers will focus on only completing the main story or only doing the side activities, while others will attempt to complete the full game. Considering these options, here’s the “Grand Theft Auto” game that takes the longest to beat.
“Grand Theft Auto 4: The Complete Edition” is the longest “GTA” game, as HowLongToBeat reports that the main story takes players an average of 33.5 hours to complete, and the game time is buffed to an average of 54 hours with side activities. If gamers wish to achieve 100% completion of “GTA 4,” it will take them an estimated time of 102 hours.
Right behind the tale of Niko is “Grand Theft Auto 5,” with a total of 31.5 average gameplay hours, and “Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas,” which takes 30.5 hours to complete on average. Most of the modern “Grand Theft Auto” video games are pretty lengthy experiences, but “GTA 4” currently edges out all other GTA titles.