Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Player Beats the Game in Under an Hour
Twitch streamer danflesh111 completes the notoriously difficult Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice by speedrunning through the game in 50 minutes and 52 seconds.
FromSoftware and Activision’s newest action title Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is currently a huge hit with players all around the globe with many now suffering from severe anger problems coupled with crippling anxiety – or maybe that’s just me, but either way, it’s a stunningly beautiful game. Of course, someone has to go and show us all up by speedrunning through the game in 50 minutes and 52 seconds.
Twitch streamer danflesh111 flies through the game like a man possessed, passing many enemies along the way, but stopping to take on some major bosses with ease. For those who still want to follow the game blindly and not have too much revealed to them, you may want to skip this impressive play. I’m sure soon enough someone else will come in and kick danflesh111 out of his top spot, but for the moment, it seems that this Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice speedrunner is in a champion spot.
You can watch the clip below and as usual, there is some bad language.Watch WR Any% Shura 50:52 RTA No Load from danflesh111 on www.twitch.tv
Unsurprisingly, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice debuted at the top of the weekly sales chart in the UK last week, which meant it knocked The Divison 2 into second place. If you are still wondering whether to jump into Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, you can take a look at the first 30 minutes of the game as DualShockers review editor Logan takes on this meaty title.
Features editor Ryan explains the different ways Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is different from Dark Souls and breaks down the most notable elements that made him reconsider Sekiro as just being another Souls game.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is available now for PS4, Xbox One, and PC and if you think you could beat danflesh111’s speedrunning time, you can pick up the title over on Amazon right now.
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