If you were to sit down and watch every Star Wars movie and series back-to-back, you'd be there for over a week. This is because there are so many tales to tell in this epic sci-fi universe. And many of them are quite lengthy.
This is also the case for several of the video games based on the franchise. While some, like Star Wars: The Force Unleased 2, tell brief stories, there are a bunch that provide much longer narratives. But which Star Wars game has the most time-consuming campaign? Using the data from HowLongToBeat, here is the answer to that question.
The list only includes base games. So, special collections or packs, such as Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds Saga and Star Wars: Empire At War - Gold Pack, aren't eligible to be included.
8 LEGO: The Skywalker Saga (18.5 Hours)
LEGO: The Skywalker Saga covers the original trilogy, the prequels, and the sequel trilogy. So, it takes you through nine movies worth of adventures in LEGO form. Admittedly, it doesn't cover every single thing that happens in each flick, but it lets you re-live all the big moments.
As such, it's no surprise that it is one of the longer Star Wars games at 18.5 hours. That is just the main story, though. On top of that, there are many optional side quests to do, characters to unlock, and places to see.
7 Star Wars Jedi: Survivor (19 Hours)
After debuting in Jedi: Fallen Order, Cal Kestis returns for his second big adventure in Jedi: Survivor. In this one, the Jedi Knight is determined to reach a mysterious planet called Tanalorr. This forces him to travel to different places throughout the galaxy.
Naturally, that takes a while. In fact, it takes about 19 hours, which makes this adventure a couple of hours longer than his first escapade in Fallen Order. But many hours can get added to your playtime if you opt to do everything in this hefty game.
6 Star Wars: Tie Fighter (19.5 Hours)
While the Star Wars series tries to get you to root for the Republic and Jedi, it's hard to deny the coolness of the Empire. They certainly have some of the nicest-looking vehicles in Star Wars.
The Tie Fighter is the most famous of the fleet. As such, Totally Games made an entire game about the vehicle. In the title, you serve as a pilot of a Tie Fighter between the events of The Empire Strikes Back and Return Of The Jedi. You get into various battles with Rebels and anyone else that gets in your way. It all lasts 19.5 Hours.
5 Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds (20 Hours)
Galactic Battlegrounds is a real-time strategy game set in the Star Wars universe. Like a typical RTS, you build and control an entire army. It offers several different campaigns, which put you in charge of different iconic Star Wars factions.
There is a campaign for the Trade Federation, the Gungans, the Empire, the Rebels, and the Wookies, as well as a tutorial one. Each one has its own story, and beating them all takes about 20 hours, according to HowLongToBeat.
4 Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance (20 Hours)
The defeat of the Empire wasn't only down to powerful Jedi. A lot of regular hard-working pilots also contributed to the Emperor's downfall. This is the message that X-Wing Alliance delivers through its story.
You play as a member of the Rebel Alliance named Ace Azzameen. He's committed to the cause, but he also needs to assist his family in their space trading business. So, some missions have you working for the family, while others have you fighting for the Rebels. Doing them all takes 20 hours.
3 Star Wars: X-Wing (22 Hours)
The first entry in the series of space simulation games based on Star Wars ships is Star Wars: X-Wing. It's also the longest, according to HowLongToBeat. However, it isn't much longer than the others, as most of them are around 20 hours, while X-Wing reaches the 22 mark.
During those 22 hours, you play as a Rebel pilot around the time of the first Star Wars film (aka A New Hope). As such, you're taking the fight to the Empire and eventually begin targeting the Death Star.
2 Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic (29 Hours)
Bioware's original Knights Of The Old Republic game is set many years before the Galactic Empire was formed. In it, you play as an amnesiac hero who has a connection to the force. They and their companions must track down and stop the evil Darth Malak.
As this is an RPG, it's not surprising that it's longer than the average Star Wars title. To be more specific, the story lasts around 29 hours. Much of that time is spent traversing different planets.
1 Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic 2 - The Sith Lords (30.5 Hours)
The second Knights Of The Old Republic game is just a little bit longer than the first, coming in at 30.5 hours. This makes it the longest Star Wars game ever, not including collections. The hours are used to tell the tale of a former Jedi Knight who was exiled from the Order.
Yet, since their departure, things haven't been going too great for the Jedi. In fact, most of their members have been wiped out by the Sith. So, the protagonist is welcomed back and tasked with seeking out the remaining members of the Order to fight back against the dark side of the force.