Symphony of War: The Nephilim Saga

Symphony of War is a deep tactical RPG with non-linear gameplay. Let’s take a look at how long it takes to beat the game.

Symphony of War: The Nephilim Saga is a retro-style tactical role-playing game reminiscent of the early days of fire sign, ogre fight, long ripper, and segas Luminous power. The 16-bit graphics hides a deep RPG with complex systems and repeatable quests.

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The tactical RPG is currently available on Steam, with the possibility of a Switch and Xbox Live port at some point in the future. Symphony of War: The Nephilim Saga should take the average player around 30-40 hours for a run. However, this does not take into account that the game is not linear and offers a different experience each time.


How long is Symphony Of War?

According to data compiled by How Long To Beat, Symphony of War: The Nephilim saga seems to take most players around 34 1/2 hours complete. The information listed purportedly covers both the main story and the additional content and playthrough of a completist.

However, at the moment the information does not go into the replayable content and optional Gaiden quests. As Tactic Ogre and ogre fightthe nonlinear nature of Symphony of War will mean that completists will want to play the game at least twice as it is offered very different experiences. Symphony of War can potentially offer many players at least 70 hours of gameplay.

Symphony of War chapter list

  • prelude
  • Chapter 1: rebellion
  • Chapter 2: For whose sake?
  • Chapter 3: Crimson Star
  • Chapter 4: paradigm shift
  • Chapter 5: Divine Hammer of the Donari
  • Chapter 6: Journey to Lemelin
  • Chapter 7: tidal raider
  • Chapter 8: Exposed
  • Chapter 9: refuge
  • Chapter 10: To the war
  • Chapter 11: Deadly Gambit
  • Chapter 12: upheaval
  • Chapter 13: conquest
  • Chapter 14: Paladin, Dauntless
  • Chapter 15: Westerfield Escape
  • Chapter 16: Despair
  • Chapter 17: Persuade diving
  • Chapter 18: Emborian Dawn
  • Chapter 19: Return to Eastwall
  • Chapter 20: wildcard
  • Chapter 21: Free Sandraka
  • Chapter 22: Greywind Summit
  • Chapter 23: Unwise Alliance
  • Chapter 24: Burnt Sands
  • Chapter 25: Kingdom of Gold
  • Chapter 26: Stormrook looms
  • Chapter 27: Return to the origin
  • Chapter 28: demise
  • Chapter 29: zenith of the world
  • Chapter 30: Armageddon

The optional Gaiden chapters

Besides the main campaign Symphony of War: The Nephilim Saga has optional side quest chapters called Gaiden chapters. These side battles will be available from Chapter 20. The Gaiden missions are skippable, but you would be missing out on valuable resources, unlockable characters, and more story content.

Symphony Of War Gaiden Chapter

  • Chapter A: tireless ambition
  • Chapter B: dragon port
  • Chapter C: No mercy for the merciful
  • Chapter D: Clockwork City
  • CChapter E: Ishtar’s Lament

Symphony of War: The Nephilim Saga is a deep tactical RPG that plays like a spiritual successor ogre fight and long ripper. It’s the perfect pastime for fans waiting for it Tactic Ogre Remaster or a potential remaster of Final Fantasy Tactics.

Symphony of War: The Nephilim Saga is available now for PC via Steam.

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