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Sons of the Forest speedruner beats game in 9 minutes

Sons of the Forest Speedrun Spicee

Sons of the Forest, the highly anticipated sequel to the popular survival horror game The Forest, has been making waves in the gaming community since its release a few days ago. However, one speedrunner has managed to turn heads by completing the game in a mind-blowing 9 minutes using only a stick.

Speedrunner spicee, who is known for their impressive performances in other survival horror games, shared a video of their record-breaking run on YouTube, which you can find below. In the video, they demonstrate how they were able to use a combination of glitches and strategic movements to bypass most of the game’s obstacles and enemies. They used a stick to get through doors and the building guide to slide down mountains.

Some gamers have criticized spicee’s run, arguing that it undermines the game’s intended experience and encourages players to skip important parts of the game, only one day after Sons of the Forest’s release. Others have praised the speedrunner for their creativity and impressive skills. The fact that a game as complex as Sons of the Forest can be completed in such a short amount of time using only a stick is a testament to the level of creativity and skill that exists within the gaming community.

It’s worth noting that spicee’s run should not be seen as a reflection of the quality of Sons of the Forest. The game has received generally positive reviews since its release, with critics praising its atmospheric setting, challenging gameplay, and intriguing storyline. It will be interesting to see how quickly spicee’s record will broken or if other speedrunners will attempt to beat it using alternative strategies. One thing is for sure, however: the gaming community will be watching closely to see what new achievements and records will be set in the future.

Based in Munich, Germany, Adrian Oprea is the Founder of Raider King. He is a writer with a passion for storytelling and a love for all things RPG. When not wielding a keyboard, he can be found exploring fantastical worlds, one quest at a time.
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