The short answer: no more than 30 seconds max.
It’s actually surprisingly easy. Run 5 miles in about a minute, which is the same as a 6 minute mile.
That was one of the more interesting parts of the video. We were shown running down a street with a few people in front of us, then seeing two of them get into some sort of car chase. It was then the guys in the car chase that actually told us how long it takes to just do that. It was pretty hilarious. The only part that did give me pause was the fact that it wasn’t just any car chase.
The video is a little long so we’ll get to that next. But the story of how long it takes to get up to that point was pretty interesting. The first five minutes were pretty slow. The slowest section of the video is the first one in the video. The man in the car chase just tells you how long it takes to run a mile in a minute.
Again, the story of how long it takes to get up to that point was pretty interesting. The video is a little long so well get to that next. But the story of how long it takes to run a mile in a minute was pretty interesting. The first five minutes are pretty slow. The slowest section of the video is the first one in the video. The man in the car chase just tells you how long it takes to run a mile in a minute.
This is a good example of how we tend to overlook the difference between a “real” story and an animation one. A real story requires a beginning, a middle, and an end, whereas an animation requires no beginning, middle, or end. The man in the car chase is clearly a story. The man trying to run a mile in a minute is clearly an animation.
There are some general rule-of-thumb lengths that will get you there, but it’s not as simple as “5 minutes” or “10 seconds.” In a real world setting, the length of a race depends on a number of factors. The actual distance is always measured in length, because that’s all you can really know about it. The weather conditions, the number of cars, and the wind conditions will also play a role.
In Deathloop, we play as Colt Vahn, a young man who wakes up on a deserted island and has no memory whatsoever of the events leading up to his incarceration there. We don’t know who he is, or why he’s on the island, or what the Visionaries want, so we have to trick Colt into taking us to their secret base, where we assume Colt will tell us everything he knows about our pursuers.
We also assume that Colt will have a tough time running a 5-mile race before we reveal his true identity. You can see it in the game if you’d like.
I just had to mention that the developers say that it’s about the same length of time it takes to run 5 miles for the first time. I think that’s because the game is based on an old video game called “Running Man”. The game was developed by a company called “Spike” who bought the rights to the game from an old friend of Vahn’s.