Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice in 50 minutes (video)
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A speedrunner from Russia named danflesh111 finished Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice in 50 minutes and 52 seconds, setting the best record in the world (for now). This is an Any% category speedrun (a player needs to see the finishing credits of the game at any cost). Danflesh skipped unnecessary fights and used other various shortcuts.
Danflesh refrained from any glitches, taking advantage only of “cannon” mechanics, such as wall jumps.
The record of 50 minutes and 52 seconds can’t be called unbeatable, and Danflesh was the first to admit it.
Things about this speedrun our onsite Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice expert noticed:
- Danflesh could save about 2 minutes by skipping the first boss phase. You can do that by doing an air or stealth attack. The speedrunner missed at least one such opportunity.
- The road to Genetiro took to much time as Danflesh didn’t want to climb to the adjacent roof to save a minute.
- Danflesh had the worst roll with the monkey guardians in phase 2. That wasn’t a mistake, but bad luck cost about 15-30 seconds.
- The route can be optimized. Again, it’s not Danflesh’s error, since the game is quite new.
Do you think you can beat the current world record in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice speedrun?