Speedrunner Beats ‘Skyrim” in Just Over an Hour, and The Footage is Wild
One Skyrim player completed the sprawling and epic RPG in just one hour and twelve minutes, surpassing his world record.
Skyrim has been around for a decade and continues to draw more and more people to its wonky and beautiful world. The Anniversary Edition has sparked a revival in Skyrim (though it’s not as if it’s gone anywhere). People have discovered some of the secrets to the game. It’s possible to take the entire prophecy about the Dragonborn off your computer and walk around as if you were any other NPC. In exchange for protection, farmers will give up their cows in the wilderness.
You can genetically create a team of spider pods. It’s better to keep this topic under wraps. The depth of Skyrim means that I will wander off into the horizon whenever I try to complete the main quest. I was following Nirnroot chimes, and then I was attacked by a Mudcrab. I then saw M’aiq…
This is the result. Skyrimspeedrunner Nucular, on the other hand, commits and focuses on a cause that, if applied to a natural cause, could get us out of the woods about climate change in a flash. His RPG playthrough is impressive at 1:12:15
He beat his previous world record by approximately two minutes. Although it’s “glitch-free,” there are still some tricks like patchy collision to get through Helgen without incident and using “wait” to quickly restore stamina, health and shouts. Sprinting is very affordable. The advantages of playing as a High Elf include being the tallest race and having the fastest movement speed.
Nuclear believes that he could cut another 30 seconds since he failed to take advantage of a Solitude fast travel point. He deserves a hat, I’m sure, but the fishing minigame is calling to me.