Elden Ring It is, without a doubt, the game of the moment, a title that everyone talks about both for the difficulty and for the magic that Miyazaki and the rest of From Software have been able to offer us in a delivery that for many can be a challenge, although always we can use a guide to ease our journey through the Midlands.
Many of us carry dozens of hours invested in the game exploring its landscapes, facing a lot of enemies and suffering with some final bosses with whom we have died on several occasions before raising the command and yelling as a sign of victory after defeating it knowing that, after the encounter, we are a little better playing to Elden Ring that a few minutes ago.
For other players, however, Elden Ring is a “child’s game” and they are capable of doing crazy things like complete it in less than an houra milestone achieved by speedrunner lil aggy who has had the honor of becoming the first to complete the game under the 60-minute barrier, finishing it in exactly 59 minutes and 38 seconds.
To make this feat possible LilAggy has used some game cheats that are made on purpose by the developers for these speedrunners to discover, such as dying to a specific enemy to appear in a certain place, although it also uses other tricks that From Software has not included on purpose, forcing the title to take you to the area of Farum Azula to play all the way from there.
As for those tricks used, we are not going to tell you any to avoid spoilers, although what we are going to tell you is that LilAggy has decided to complete the game by starting with the Samurai class and using the Uchigatana for his ability to cause bleeding almost to the end where he replaces it with a very special axe. You have the video of the feat here although, obviously, CONTAINS SPOILERS.
THE FOLLOWING VIDEO CONTAINS SPOILERS
They have also managed to complete the game without dying even once
LilAggy has chosen to do a fast speedrun while another speedrunner, with the nickname of Niko Bellic, has chosen to complete the game in a little more time but without dying even once, being able to finish Elden Ring in two and a half hours.