It’s been a few weeks since Star Wars Jedi: Survivor was in the hands of fans, and like its predecessor, it’s been considered a pretty tough time. That’s not surprising, given that it’s heavily influenced by the soul-like genre. Naturally, all gamers looking to show off their Jedi skills flock to this title to try and beat it in the most challenging way possible. Already he was one player able to clear the entire Jedi game on his Grandmaster difficulty from start to finish without taking damage.
The player in question is Hayete, the famous speedrunner who set several world records in the previous game, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. As explained in their video description (embedded below), the only criteria for their execution, other than the inevitable transitions in certain boss fights, is that Cal his Cal’s health is It was to be no less than his 100%. I won’t go into it here, but be aware that the video and its description contain some pretty major spoilers.
To make things even harder, Hayete set the game to the hardest difficulty setting and didn’t allow it to change at all once each playthrough started. Also, if you take damage, you will not be able to restart from the latest checkpoint, and will be forced to start from the beginning of the game. Those are the only requirements for execution, and Hayete fights to skip most of the optional content and focus on her main story.
It took Haete 7 hours and 39 minutes to finish, and the video was uploaded to his YouTube channel. In another of his Reddit posts on the FallenOrder subreddit, they explained that it took them over 170 hours in total to finally beat the game without taking any damage, some of the tactics they use in certain battles, and an overall I also explain my opinion. game combat system. They’re pretty big fans, even if it wasn’t obvious from this whole exercise.
The video itself includes some pretty detailed commentary as well as timestamps if you’d like to see how Haiette didn’t take any damage in that particular part of the game. He also promises that in the coming weeks he will be doing a 100% no-damage run on his Twitch channel in which he will complete all optional content not covered in this run. Make sure they don’t get into trouble with Ogdo Bogdo.
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