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Elden Ring boss beats streamer Kai Cenat so hard he cries

Elden Ring boss beats streamer Kai Cenat so hard he cries

We've all been there

We all know that Elden Ring is one of the most challenging games on the market but for one internet personality, it has proved to be almost downright impossible.

Twitch streamer and Youtuber, Kai Cenat has been quite busy over the weekend after announcing he would be completing Elden Ring in one continuous stream despite never having played the game before.

The frustrations will be returning with the upcoming release of Shadow of the Erdtree. Check it out below!

Debuting with a Hollywood-quality trailer, the stream kicked off on 9 May with his legions of fans excited to see how the first-time player would handle FromSoftware’s latest title.

However, it was not long before frustrations arose when Cenat found himself struggling to defeat the Red Wolf of Radagon despite this enemy not even finding itself in the game’s top 5 hardest enemies according to Bandai Namco itself.

Needless to say, with Cenat refusing to “get off stream before I beat the game”, he continued and eventually felled the enemy after 30 hours of gameplay and 424 deaths.

However, this was not his first struggle as he had previously attempted to battle the Tree Sentinel for 6-hours but felt as though he had finally grasped the basics of the mechanics. That was until he ran into the Red Wolf of Radagon.

Since then, Cenat took 95 attempts to kill Elden Ring’s Radahn with a total of 50-hours of gameplay and 572 total deaths.

Despite the obvious struggles, it appears he is not giving up but with the numbers racking up, we may see the stream continue for quite a while. That is if the technical issues he has been experiencing also let up.

In related news, Elden Ring fans can get their hands on a major freebie courtesy of publishers Bandai Namco.

Featured Image Credit: FromSoftware/Twitch

Topics: Elden Ring, Fromsoftware, Bandai Namco, Twitch