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Elden Ring: finish the game without getting hit? A player has achieved the impossible

Since its release on February 25, 2022, millions of players have been experimenting and testing their skills and reflexes on Elden Ring. And like all From Software titles, the community is already working to break all the records on the game. And precisely, a player has just achieved a feat.

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If it will be necessary to wait until 2023 to get their hands on Zelda Breath of The Wild 2, players in need of adventures can console themselves and tell themselves that they have more time to thoroughly explore the wonderful and hostile world of Elden Ring on PS5 and Xbox Series X. Since its release on February 25, 2022, From Software’s title has been everywhere, whether on Twitch, on YouTube, or in the columns of specialized media.

Like all Dark Souls, completing Elden Ring is a real challenge. And the challenges, the community loves them and don’t stop giving each other. Just look at the results of the speedrunners. It’s simple, the timer decreases with each attempt and currently one player has managed to see the game credits in just 18 minutes and 57 seconds. As you might expect, players are exploiting bugs, glitches, and certain skills to get as fast as possible.

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Completing Elden Ring without taking damage is possible

But it’s not just speedruns in life. Another discipline occupies part of the Elden Ring community: No/Hit Damage or None Coup/Damage in the language of Molière. As you can see, the principle is simple: complete the game without taking any damage from enemies and bosses, but also falls, the environment (poison, scarlet putrefaction, fire, etc.) without forgetting the traps. A task almost impossible at first glance, especially when you know the difficulty of the title.

But that was without counting the stubbornness and resilience of Seki, an imminent member of the community. Live on Twitch, Seki achieved this feat by finishing the game without receiving a single hit., all in less than 3 hours! Specifically, the stopwatch was stopped at 2 hours, 51 minutes and 35 seconds. If you want to see this performance with your own eyes, the run is available in full on YouTube just above!

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