GTA 5: Player beats game without taking any damage

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“UnNameD” just became the first player to speed-run and beat GTA 5 without taking a single hit, beating the game in a mere 9 hours. This is a massive achievement in an open world game like GTA where you’ve got people shooting at you from multiple directions, exploding vehicles and police helicopters which shoot at you from the sky.

Posting a 3-part video on his YouTube channel, the player wrote it took him 48 attempts to achieve the feat. He used a mod that set his HP to 1 and banned the use of armor. Which, in-effect would kill him instantly if even a single bullet hit him or something exploded nearby. The mod also disabled Trevor’s special ability to become invincible.

An OHKO [One Hit Knock Out] run has been attempted quite a few times previously. It was also being attempted simultaneously by another speed runner and youtuber named “DarkViperAU”, who reportedly didn’t take the news very well. Dark was trying to be the first guy to achieve the feat and had put in 27 attempts so far. He had put in a lot of time laying down the ground-work and research for the strategies in preparation and “UnNameD” just beat him to the punch.

“UnNameD” has since claimed that he has been banned from Dark’s discord server, while Dark hinted that he’ll get back to speed-running but the OHKO run will remain a priority.

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Source: UnNameD/Youtube, kotaku.

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