‘Elden Ring’ Player Completes First Ever No-Damage Run
FromSoftware Elden Ring is the most popular ‘git goods product. The Elden Ring was released in February. Despite its notoriously difficult difficulty, it has become a popular choice for many players. According to Kotaku Seki, a Twitch streamer has completed his first run without causing any damage or hit in under three hours.
You can follow in Seki’s footsteps by clearing your schedule. The impressive run required over 130 hours of practice. Seki isn’t the only Twitch streamer who has achieved a credible Elden Ring accomplishment. GinoMachino, a fellow streamer, completed the first successful no-hit run last month. “What makes Seki’s accomplishment different?” I hear you asking. Seki’s run included environmental damage and falls, in addition to the usual Eldenring fare. It’s like being eaten by a statue or impaled in a tentacle-covered giant.
Elden Ring‘s creatures will not be the only danger that players will face. The environment can prove to be equally dangerous. You can’t convince me that you haven’t fallen once in a game. Elden Ring is the deathly poisonous swamp. The Elden Beast proved to be Seki’s most difficult foe.
Seki stated that Elden Beast is the hardest part of the run. It has an infamously unfair move: Elden Stars. Staggering to him during the casting of the spell is one way to avoid it. It took many hours of practice to get it right, and a lot of training.
Seki already has his next venture in mind – completing an all Remembrances run and a no-hit/damage race. This feat is no doubt a testament to Seki’s dedication.