This Breath of the Wild speedrunner has completed all 120 shrines without runes. It is a new trick with Kolog with which he has been able to do this feat.
A speedrunner of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has managed to do something never seen before: complete all 120 shrines without using a single one sheikah stone rune.
And not only that, since in the process of having achieved this feat -as reported from eurogamer.net– seems to have discovered a new technique to speedrun the game.
The breath of the wild speedrunner Limcube has been broadcasting his mission, which has lasted 28 hours in total. But don’t worry, he has condensed it into this half-hour video where you can see everything.
Can you beat EVERY Shrine WITHOUT using Runes?
Limcube used a few popular methods besides exploits to complete the shrines. Although at a certain point he ran into a wall and had to experiment.
To do some of the more difficult shrines without runes, the speedrunner had to resort to a trick known as Shrine Coordinate Warp (SCW).
In this one, Limcube says he’s leaving you”save the scene where Link enters a shrine and take him to a different place to enter a different shrine“.
Limcube also used a combination of SCW and what is known as “pause buffering” to enter a series of temples that cannot be accessed without runes.
Regardless, Limcube also ran into walls completing the final shrines of breath of the wildas these could not be resolved using SCW and pause buffering together.
Luckily, his loyal community of users told him about a trick that had never been tried before. It has to do with SCW, pause buffering and a Kolog near the Shoqa Tatone Shrine.
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Apparently, it seems that he has left a new trick for the Breath of the Wild speedrunning community. Limcube himself was in disbelief at the discovery he had just made.
It is clear that while we wait for the arrival of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 to Nintendo Switchit’s these kinds of things that keep the community cool.
And it seems that the game has an infinite variety of discoveries still hidden. The game hit the market in 2017 and still things like this subtle detail in the game or this other one from the book that has never been seen before.
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