Co-op Minecraft speedrun drops the record in under two minutes
Minecraft speedrunning is a world full of rules and mayhem, whether you go for solo or co-op highscores. The main thing is to try to dig the sandbox game as fast as possible, while respecting the rules of the category in which you are heading. There are a bunch of different ones, but all of them make you embody the spirit of Sonic the Hedgehog: gotta go fast.
YouTuber M8use and a team of fellow gamers all came together to conquer the game in under two minutes with no issues, and it’s all in one video now. The video is over seven minutes long, but the first five minutes serve as an explanation for the race itself, which begins at 5:10 a.m. As M8use explains, this runtime is designed for a specific Minecraft seed on the Bedrock edition of the game.
The video shows the views of four of the five split-screen players. Each of them has a different role to fill, and it’s a hectic thing to watch. If you want the full experience, it’s probably worth picking a side and watching that one. Watching Minecraft end in less than two minutes, no matter how many people are involved, is incredibly strange to watch.
Speedrun.com’s Minecraft segment is spread across a ground of categories, and this serves as a new world record for the – here’s a bite – cooperative any% glitchless set seed 1.16.100+ category. The second-best race in the category lasts over four minutes, and it’s worth noting that only a few categories have races under the two-minute mark.
In less frenzied news, Minecraft’s latest snapshot had a big focus on music, and for that we’re eternally grateful.
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