June 30, 2022

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Here's someone who completes the Elden Ring in under 13 minutes

Here’s someone who completes the Elden Ring in under 13 minutes

Someone completed the Elden Ring in under 13 minutes – they even eliminated their boss along the way.

In “The World’s First” that takes less than 13 minutes, YouTuber Mitchriz uses “zips,” which are weird techniques that let you jump across lands in between, essentially skipping entire regions.

Here, you can check out the full rundown below:

“[It was an] “Absolutely crazy,” said the sprinter. The zips were clean from start to finish, even if it took a few tries to get the zip at the end. Really happy with this run, a huge improvement over previous runs.”

as summed up computer gamesThis means that Elden Ring can be completed faster than most other FromSoftware games; The world records for Dark Souls, Dark Souls 2, and Dark Souls 3 are 21, 14 and 31 minutes, respectively. Given the last zip that took a few tries, it seems the time could be improved further…albeit not by me.

ICYMI, Radan, the head of the Elden Ring, was accidentally damaged, but now he’s back to his full strength.

As Ed mentioned at the time, FromSoftware’s previous correction New features have been added to the game such as NPC tokens and quests, as well as balance changes, all while accidentally imitating Starscourge Radahn.

A new patch is now available that fixes a “Starscourge Radahn Boss balance adjustment bug in update 1.03, where the power of some attacks was inadvertently reduced”.

Having trouble with some of the more difficult battles of the Elden Ring? Verify Elden Ring Coach’s Guide.

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