Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has become in its own right one of the best games of this generation that is about to end and if it has become famous for something it is for its high level of difficulty and demand, forcing the player to master all of his systems in order to survive the harsh clashes that await him along the way.
Although most of us mortals already sweat blood to complete it playing normally, there is always someone who tries the “hardest yet”, as demonstrated this weekend by the speedrunner Mitchriz in the event Awesome Games Done Quick 2022 by completing the game in just two hours while completely blindfolded.
While we are already well on our way in the Sekiro blindfolded run, we still cannot get over this Burning Bull fight. #AGDQ2022 pic.twitter.com/R5NQasxo6Q— Games Done Quick (@GamesDoneQuick) January 16, 2022
Yes, you read correctly, Mitchriz has reached the credit titles without seeing anything at all and relying solely on their memory skills and the sounds of the game itself to orient themselves and react to enemy attacks, a real madness that got the words “Ax” Y “blindfolded” (blindfolded) became a trend on Twitter in both the United States and the United Kingdom to the disbelief of the thousands of viewers who witnessed the feat.
To be fair, this isn’t the first time Mitchriz has managed to beat the game like this and even in less than two hours (he did it in late 2021), but it is the first time he’s done it in a big live event. as is Awesome Games Done Quick, where multiple speedrunners They get together for a weekend to play a multitude of games and raise funds for charity. Continuing with the good news, this time the event has surpassed its own record and has managed to raise more than 3.4 million dollars for the fight against cancer.
Finally, we remind you that if you are having problems with a boss in this game you can go to our complete guide in Spanish, where you will find all the help you need.