Elden Ring has been out for a while and the game, like the entire FromSoftware catalog up to this point, is quite a challenge. The game makes some concessions to the usual FromSoft architecture, but it’s undoubtedly a challenge – it forces players to get past what they think is the breaking point for softcore games and games of this type, someone doing 0 hits or no damage. Taking things even further, this particular player was not only able to complete a series of Elden Ring without dying, but did so in just 2.5 hours.
Speedrunner, ‘niko bellic’ manages to completely flash through Elden Ring and complete the game in less than 3 hours without dying once.
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Elden Ring Speedrunner completes the game in 2.5 hours without dying once
‘Niko’ was able to achieve this feat by focusing only on the core bosses required for the main mission, bypassing essentially all open world bosses like Agheel The Flying Dragon. FromSoft’s races are often some of the most entertaining you can watch, but when you think about how vast Elden Ring is, this particular run is even more impressive.
The game isn’t quite as linear as the previous games from the studio, which is exactly why a speed game of this caliber gets as much recognition and acclaim as it is. In our review of the game, we went into detail about why the game is less challenging than previous FromSoft games, but until then it’s still a stretch.
Elden Ring is available for Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Windows. The game is a great role-playing game that makes a bold claim to the Game of the Year, perhaps even one of the best ever.
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