Speedrunners are people made of something else. Dedicate hundreds of hours to perfect your technique in your favorite titles, taking advantage of millimeter errors in the games and beating each zone in the shortest time possible.
A really complicated task and even more so if the game we are talking about is played by millions of people; the competition is really tough. Especially if we talk about Minecraft
TwoLetterName, a speedrunner with little name in this type of discipline, has achieved a feat that is difficult to m atch. Has achieved beat the world record twice in just 12 hours
Through the page Speedrun, it can be verified that this user occupies the first place with a time of 12 minutes and 15 seconds in getting to see the credits. Specifically, in the category of Any% Glitchless, or what is the same, overcome the game without making use of any failure of the title.
A singularity of this speedrun is to have achieved it without having activated the parameter screen with F3, which provides relevant information, such as the player’s coordinates in the world. However, this story is much more complex.
Another user called Illumina clocked a 13 minute 53 second time, before any game displayed by TwoLetterName. This record was released on February 24th and stayed at the top for about a day, until TwoLetterName posted a time of 13 minutes and 52 seconds, just one time apart.
While those responsible were verifying that the speedrun was legitimate, TwoLetterName sent a new time: 12 minutes and 9 seconds. This is a real abyss, since it is 1 minute and 43 seconds less, which has finally been recorded as the 12 minutes and 15 seconds mentioned.
Although the luck factor is relevant when performing a speedrun, it is more it is essential to have an almost perfect domain of the mechanics of the titles. TwoLetterName does an excellent demonstration of how to manage your resources and know perfectly what your next move is.