I figured there would be some 2,000 to 4,000 ranges. It definitely is the highest replay value As long as when you went outside, you did not see Nodes on the cars outside you should be okay. If my math is correct that is 123 days if played non stop without sleep. --- Post updated --- It changed a lot I would imagine to you being gone and returning from that long ago. --- Post updated --- 177 days if playing non stop consecutive without sleep. Only game in my library where I came close to that is WarThunder on the Ps4, or Ultima Online. I was considered addicted to MMO's back then. Don't even play them now days. --- Post updated --- 80 days if playing non stop without sleep. Since everyone sleeps different amounts of time guess one way to look at it is if it where a job and only played 8 hours per day 241 days of work. Be a fun job to be a play tester for. --- Post updated --- That wound not have happened in another few thousand years if you had to randomly check after reading a post :O --- Post updated --- That would be offline mode assuming. That's a lot too. --- Post updated --- Save some time here... Just some quick math dividing hours by 24. 100 hours - 4.1 days 200 hours - 8.3 days 300 hours - 12.5 days 400 hours - 16.6 days 500 hours - 20.8 days 600 hours - 25 days 700 hours - 29.1 days 800 hours - 33.3 days 900 hours - 37.5 days 1000 hours - 41.6 days 1500 hours - 62.5 days 2000 hours - 83.3 days 2500 hours - 104.1 days 3000 hours - 125 days 3500 hours - 145.8 days 4500 hours - 187.5 days 5000 hours - 208.3 days 7500 hours - 312.5 days 10000 hours - 416. days If the game is roughly 8 years old you could get a maximum of, 70,080 hours - 2,920 days I would guess the developers have about 35,000 - 45,000 hours logged in that time.

I just checked and have around 1000, which is kinda surprising, I thought by this time I'd have at least 2000. At least half of it is from modding.

Save some time here... Just some quick math dividing hours by 24. 100 hours - 4.1 days 200 hours - 8.3 days 300 hours - 12.5 days 400 hours - 16.6 days 500 hours - 20.8 days 600 hours - 25 days 700 hours - 29.1 days 800 hours - 33.3 days 900 hours - 37.5 days 1000 hours - 41.6 days 1500 hours - 62.5 days 2000 hours - 83.3 days 2500 hours - 104.1 days 3000 hours - 125 days 3500 hours - 145.8 days 4500 hours - 187.5 days 5000 hours - 208.3 days 7500 hours - 312.5 days 10000 hours - 416. days If the game is roughly 8 years old you could get a maximum of, 70,080 hours - 2,920 days I would guess the developers have about 35,000 - 45,000 hours logged in that time. MAN ! That is a lot of BeamNG. When I moved in with the in-laws here old granny had a duel core Celeron laptop with on board gfx and I had got a demo to beamng, remembered having to turn all the detail down and make a window about 320x200. It impressed me so much that it was the first game I bought getting this pc. I thought it was just a white van I played, with a few sample tracks if memory is right. --- Post updated --- My time went up considerably from where it was in the 100s when I started messing with the editor. I don't think other than test driving my edits I actually play much.