DrDeComposing, a Twitch streamer, successfully used an electric saxophone controller to finish a hit-free Elden Ring run. This makes it the first certified no-hit run without a conventional controller in history.
As reported by IGN, DrDeComposing posted a video of them using the saxophone controller to take down Elden Beast, the game’s final boss. The computerised wind instrument Roland AE-10 aerophone that serves as the saxophone controller. The Twitch streamer is well-known for finishing games from From Software as well as other publishers with the controller.
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DrDeComopsing claims that they have finished Bloodborne, Sekiro, Demon’s Souls, and all of the Dark Souls titles using the saxophone controller. This is not only astounding on its own, but the streamer also finishes the games in a matter of hours. It took just under 2.5 hours to finish the Elden Ring no-hit run. You can watch the entire run on DrDeComposing’s Twitch account.
The world’s first Elden Ring no-hit run utilising a non-traditional controller (such as a dance pad, Guitar Hero controller, etc.) was accomplished by me last night when I defeated Elden Ring (any%) without suffering a single hit.
The Souls games are renowned for being finished with unusual controller configurations. Players have completed FromSoftware’s games with Donkey Kong bongos, dancing Dance Revolution dancing pads, and even Guitar Hero controllers.
Elden Ring was one of the most well-liked games of the year when it was released in 2022. Millions of copies have been sold since then, and an expansion named Shadow of the Erdtree is currently in development.