As expected earlier, on March 22, 2019, the adventure game, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has officially launched worldwide. With compelling, dramatic gameplay and a storyline, open, this game absolutely deserves to be the epic of the Dark Souls series.

A Speedrunner Has Beaten Sekiro In Less Than An Ho

Compared to its predecessors such as Dark Souls or Bloodborne, the game has changed in many ways to undress completely the fighting style, as well as adding parkour and stealth mechanisms. Changing the battle mechanism will make Boss battles in Sekiro: Die Shadows Twice completely different from From Software's older titles. The main character in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is known as The Wolf (Wolf) and the journey of reminiscing ancient Japan promises to bring a new experience to gamers.

Summing up scores on prestigious review journals, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice averaged 90/100, making the latest From Software's latest child totally able to sit with the same names as legendary Dark Souls, The Witcher, GTA or Fallout.

And also depend on your perception of the game, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice could either be a very hard or a very easy game. But no matter what, the current record for this game is just impressive.

Recently, danflesh111 - a Twitch streamer has completed all the game in just under an hour. To be more specific, they have completed the game in 50:52 ( 50 minutes - 52 seconds). Take that in comparison with the 20 hours it takes me to get to the first boss. I have to admit that I feel really down that people could do such a speed runner in just a week. Despite this speedrun takes on the quickest ending, however, that didn't make this achievement any less impressive.

And as we know the gaming industry too well, the achievement of danflesh111 would be standing there for long. Plenty of players and people out there are aiming for the record, some amateurs have even pointed out some point to improve in the run.