A speed runner recently broke the world record of "The Ocarina of Time" with the fastest completion time and completed the game in 13 seconds.
I recently shared the running situation on Reddit. The user posted details of the race that returned to Speedrunner ZFG to set a world record earlier this week. You can view the Reddit post below.
ZFG Ocarina of Time to Get 100% WR from Speedrun – 3:43:44
"The king is back," the poster wrote in the comments as an appendix to the original post. "ZFG took back the record from Glitchymon with a 13-second lead." For those who are not very familiar with the Speedrunning scene, 13 seconds in the game that came out 22 years ago is equivalent to a few hours converted to Speedrunning time.
View the full version below.
Watch "Ocarina of Time" 100% Speedruns from Zfg1 on www.twitch.tv.
The posters also let themselves go, leaving some points in the run, in case of unexpected needs. They first pointed out that this is the first time ZFG has competed in this category for a long time.
Most importantly, although ZFG has long benefited from reliable RNG (Random Number Generation) and was lucky with fishing and the Ocarina Dampé of the Tomb of Time, he also failed to properly execute the infamous "crash" "Jump", so he was lost within a few minutes and he finished running for a few minutes. Therefore, despite the creation of a new record earlier this week, ZFG may still break its own record, which is 3 hours, 43 minutes and 44 seconds.
The Reddit poster reads: "3:40 will come to mind soon."
In related news, a player recently rebuilt Link and Epona from "Ocarina of Time" in "Red Dead Online". At the same time, the developers of "Eternal Wind" were completely stunned by the racer's 27-minute trial.
The entire Zelda racing circuit usually sees cunning runners come up with new ways to shorten the number of seconds. Just a few months ago, a new development in the "Breath of the Wild" scenario essentially made the previous speeding technology completely obsolete.