Assassin's Creed Player Beats All 12 Main Games Without Taking Any Damage

One Assassin's Creed fan has proved to be untouchable in the Ubisoft series.

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An Assassin's Creed streamer has managed to complete all 12 mainline games without taking any damage in the process. Starting with the original Assassin's Creed and working his way up to Assassin's Creed Valhalla, what makes the challenge even more impressive is that Hayete Bahadori finished several of the games on the highest difficulty setting available.

As spotted by Kotaku, Bahadori also made certain that all level objectives were completed so as to claim 100% synchronization in each game. No reloads, restarts, or glitches were used to game the system, and from Origins onwards, each game had its difficulty settings cranked up to the maximum. For those moments when taking damage was unavoidable and part of the game, Bahadori would make notes of these instances in his YouTube descriptions.

The key to Bahadori's success was preparation and learning useful techniques from speedruns of these games to minimize risk. Practicing for each run was around 100 hours per game, according to Bahadori, although the titanic size of Assassin's Creed Valhalla increased that training to around 800 hours. Black Flag's luck-based challenges required around 250 hours of investment before the proper run was done.

The gauntlet began on October 16 last year, and with all of the main Assassin's Creed games beaten, he'll be attempting a no-damage run for God of War next. Back in the merry lands of Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Title Update 1.5.1 was released in April and added a new pack of Mastery Challenges.

If you're looking to jump into the older Assassin's Creed games and you have an Xbox, the good news is that Microsoft has extended its deal with Ubisoft to bring more of the publisher's library to Game Pass. That will include the addition of both Assassin's Creed Origins and For Honor. Or if you'd prefer to do some tabletop gaming, there's always Assassin's Creed Valhalla-inspired DLC for Uno.

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i play games for entertainment and fun. Playing these games through for 1200 hours x 2 doesnt seem fun to me lol. But i guess this will get 15 minutes of fame then will be forgotten forever.

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So assuming those hours are correct, he spent around 2150 hours practicing for the run through. Let's just round it up to 2500 hours to include the actual play through. That's 104 days if he played straight without stopping. So let's be realistic and say he spent 8 hours a day playing. That is 314 days... This guy legitimately did nothing but sleep, eat, play AC, and maybe work? Probably not work.

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i would be impressed if he booted ac1 and then continued until ragnarok in one sitting and never took damage. and played it in clean sensible way without using any wall phasing glitches and other shit. but like a perfect assassin.

if you do thousand takes and just reset the current level or current game and continue then meh

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This is silly. I only like to

Play games once and put it on the hardest difficulty. If you are taking no damage in a game you have played that game too many times and need a new game. Play a fighting game or something more competitive if your looking for a challenge. Playing a game like this tells me your doing it for show and not for challenge or enjoyment. Neir automata on very hard already has this mechanic in the game, if you get hit once your dead and it goes along with the story of why it works that way

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@gamingsdead: People only do this to get likes and views.. It sounds like torture to me.

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@doublem-k: also I’ve beaten origins and odyssey on nightmare first play through

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@doublem-k: I’ve worked with surgeons and you have to pretend you have perfected it. It’s a personality type (narcissistism) that does this or happen to be autistic. And since autistic people are friendly and have not been able to learn in a long time. I’m betting it’s the narc cause the autistic would have moved on to laern more once they figured out the mechanics of the game cause there no value and it becomes to easy.

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