A streamer has made an impressive feat this weekend. During the “Awesome Games Done Quick” event, speedrunner “Mitriz” zeroed in Sekiro: Shadow Die Twice In just two hours. But there is one additional detail: He remained blindfolded the whole time, being guided only by sound signals.
The gameplay garnered so much internet attention that the words “sekiro” and “blindfolded” took over Twitter trends in the US and UK. This is because Mitridge easily passed between bosses, taking several hours to defeat “normal” people. In some cases, they did not even take damage from the masters.
It’s also worth mentioning that the Speedrunner did the same thing in late 2021. However, this case made more impact, after all, he did this feat in a very popular program. The streamer celebrated that occasion on his Twitter profile.
Everyone is blindfolded for 2 hours!!
I finally did it after months of grinding. Really happy with it, and very excited to be showing off all the new strategies at GDQ. pic.twitter.com/crI6oRNE8F
— michriz (@mitchriz1) December 24, 2021
After months of grinding, I finally got it. Really happy with it and look forward to showing off all the new strategies in GDQ (“Games Done Quick”).
Also in “Awesome Games Done Quick”, a player has zeroed stardew valley In just 17 minutes. Speedrunner “Oleonam” achieved the character creation feat by placing a series of specific items on the screen. This allowed the game to inadvertently give these items to the player, making gameplay easier.
In the end, the event announced that it had broken revenue records among all its editions. $3,416,729.85 was raised, which will be donated to the charity fighting cancer.
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