28 September 2017 - 19:21

Destiny 2's Leviathan Raid speedrun has been finished in just 24 minutes

These guys have it down to a science.
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Now that Destiny 2's Leviathan Raid has been available for over two weeks, you might think you have its tough encounters down to a science.

That may be true, but we doubt you have it down as well as Modern Tryhard and Redeem Clan. They have finished the Leviathan Raid in its entirety in just over 24 minutes.

The key for Modern Tryhard's group is that they skip the Castellum fights that usually take place in between the normal encounters of the Royal Baths, Pleasure Gardens, Gauntlet, and Calus boss fight.

The team skips over the Castellum encounters entirely by using the massive underbelly of the Leviathan, which is where treasure chests and more can be found. There are also quite a few pathways that lead you directly to all of the locations where encounters take place, without having to return to the Castellum at all.

It takes a definite degree of skill to finish each encounter flawlessly, but a whole other level of coordination to navigate through the underbelly with quickness to finish the entire Raid in just 24 minutes.

To put it in perspective, the world's first completion of Leviathan took over five hours to finish. Kudos to you, Redeem. This is impressive.

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