The seemingly unthinkable has occurred: An Elden Ring participant has defeated each single boss with out taking a single hit. The accomplishment was achieved by Twitch streamer and Elden Ring problem runner GinoMachino.
We did it. World’s First Elden Ring All Bosses No Hit Run has been accomplished.
Thanks to everybody who was there for it together with the legendary no hit runners @OtzdarvaYT and @OGSquilla
What a second. https://t.co/WiLQWu1SW8 pic.twitter.com/t5XAFDGoT7
— GinoMachino (@GinoMachino) October 26, 2022
There are 165 bosses in FromSoftware program’s Elden Ring, starting from a few of the simpler bosses in Limgrave, to the infamously troublesome ones, like Malenia. GinoMachino took two months to plan out the route for the no-hit run, earlier than lastly finishing the problem on October 25. It’s price mentioning that that is a true no-hit run, which means if GinoMachino bought even a single scratch from any boss, he needed to begin all the sport over from the beginning.
GinoMachino was in disbelief upon defeating the final boss of the run. Celebrating the win on the 8 hour, 56 minute mark of the Twitch stream, he stated, “I can’t believe we did it… I came into today not confident at all, dude.”
This run has been a very long time coming for GinoMachino. On March 7, he tweeted, “I will complete Elden Ring all bosses no hit”, and over seven months later, it is lastly occurred. Since launch, GinoMachino has been tackling all types of Elden Ring challenges. Earlier this month, he turned the primary individual to finish Elden Ring utilizing solely naked fists.
As with most FromSoftware program video games, gamers are tackling Elden Ring in all types of loopy, unconventional methods. From modding the Fisher-Price sport controller to play Elden Ring, to utilizing Ring Fit Adventure’s Ring -Con, there is not any scarcity of experimentation throughout the Elden Ring group. And, in fact, there’s “Let Me Solo Her”, the Elden Ring participant that is helped a whole lot of gamers defeat the hardest boss within the sport.
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