Halo speed run aced on Legendary

Single-segment run world record broken by stoic Canadian

May 6, 2014
Halo

26-year-old Canadian gamer Andrew “goatrope” Halabourda has broken a Halo speed run record by finishing the game on Legendary difficulty in 1 hour, 28 minutes, and 57 seconds in a single segment.

There are quicker runs under the same playing conditions, but these are done in multiple segments. The fastest run, 1:20:51, was captured in 122 segments and the workload was shared between two gamers.

The previous world record for a single-segment Legendary run was also set by Halabourda at 1:41:15. According to HaloRuns.com, the quickest anyone has completed the game in a single-segment run is 1:19:55 by LePhoque, but this was on Easy.

If you were thinking about giving the speed run a go, you can read Halabourda’s tricklist and “when do fights matter” list for tips from the expert himself.

Watch Halaboura’s run below.

Source: Eurogamer

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