GinoMachino told IGN that he breathed a sigh of relief when he closed the deal after beating the final boss. He said he was “really focused” by the second half of the run, so for the first four to five hours he was “not really talking.” He also said he focused on the game to make sure he “didn’t forget a minor enemy” or anything like that.
As for the preparations, he has been working on the run for “quite some time” before this successful run.
GinoMachino shared on Twitter after his winning moment that he can’t “believe” they did it and that he was “not confident at all” when he came to play today. From planning time to last week’s performance, GinoMachino has estimated 80 to 100 attempts for the no-hit run.
A true no-hit run means that the player cannot be hit once; if GinoMachino had taken a single hit during his run, he would have to start all over again. It would have made no difference if he had taken a single hit at one o’clock, five o’clock and at the 10th hour, for then the run would have been counted among the failed attempts.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- Is Eden Ring free to play?
It’s a full price game.
- How many GB is the Elden Ring?
60 GB space.
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