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The speedrunner "Lozoots" recently set an impressive record in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Thanks to a newly found glitch, he was able to play through the entire action adventure in under ten minutes. There is a video of that.

Until recently, it was said that speed runs in the action adventure The Legend of Zelda. Ocarina of Time almost exhausted and much better times than the current record (just under 17 minutes) are not possible. However, the speedrunner "Lozoots" recently impressively demonstrated that it can go faster – and much faster.

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This was made possible by a glitch that was only recently discovered by the community, which – if used correctly – can save a lot of time during a speed run. After a few days of experimenting with numerous test runs, "Lozoots" was able to set a new record that no one would have believed possible some time ago. It took him less than ten minutes to complete The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. In fact, it was 9:59 minutes. However, the Speedrunner explained a little later that this does not necessarily mean the end of the flagpole. The discovery of the aforementioned glitch is still fairly fresh, so there is still scope for better times. A video of the new Speedrun record in Ocarina of Time can be found below this message.

Source: Zeldadungeon.net

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