Well, that was quick.

Bloodborne has only been out for a week and we've already got the first recorded speed run.

As you can see in the video below, live-streamer Oginam finished off the widely acclaimed PlayStation 4 exclusive in just 37 minutes. It's important to note that the feat involves some glitches and exploits, though, and with the new upcoming patch, those options may become unavailable to aspiring speedrunners. However, the patch might also lessen those long load times, which would be greatly appreciated by all.

I'd be happy to just finish the damn game and besides, I fail to see how playing so fast is any fun at all. This is all about the experience, I believe, and that experience really needs to be savored.

Related Game(s): Bloodborne

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Temjin001
Temjin001
6 years ago

I'm not gonna watch this but I will say this. Ridiculous.

How do they figure crap like that out?

Edit: good thing this didn't happen before its release. BLOODBORNE IS SHORTER THAN THE ORDER 1886. It can be beat in 37 min!


Last edited by Temjin001 on 3/31/2015 12:18:01 PM

WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
6 years ago

Shows ya the gayness of reviewers on The Order.

cLoudou
cLoudou
6 years ago

Yeah, most speed runs are done via glitches and exploits. Still amazing however.

Lord carlos
Lord carlos
6 years ago

GLITCH RUN…not a speed run.
There's a difference between cheating(this)and say..using the A.I's limitations to your advantage or just being a ninja or sith and crushing the game via skill!

Lord carlos
Lord carlos
6 years ago

HUH

Riku994
Riku994
6 years ago

Some people enjoy running through games as fast as possible. I'm sure he explored the game a lot before he pulled this off.

Crabba
Crabba
6 years ago

These speed runners are a pretty sad bunch, attention seeking people who spend enourmous amounts of time looking for weird little exploits so they can say they "finished" a game really fast… and for what?!

DemonNeno
DemonNeno
6 years ago

Glitch or not, that's damn impressive!

Any official word on the patch reducing load times? Everything has hinted that it wouldn't happen just yet.