Assassin’s Creed: A streamer finished 12 main chapters without ever taking damage!

The streamer Hayete Bahedori he has recently completed a truly titanic undertaking: he managed to finish all 12 main chapters of the series Assassin’s Creed without never suffer damage.

His immense marathon ended in April 2022, when he uploaded the last part of his run to his Youtube channel. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, finished without ever losing vital energy. Always on his Youtube channel you can also find the streams of every single episode of the series Ubisoftstarting with the progenitor released in 2007 who started playing in October 2021.

Bahedori has imposed on himself very strict rules to face the “challenge”: in the oldest episodes the synchronization bar never had to drop below 100% from the beginning to the end of the adventure, while from Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood (the third main game) up to Assassin’s Creed Syndicate (the ninth), every single mission had to be synchronized to the maximum, therefore with all the objectives completed. Starting from Assassin’s Creed Originswhich introduces for the first time the ability to change the difficulty level, the streamer has always selected the maximum degree of challengeplaying this way too Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and finally Valhalla.

He also never resorted to glitches to skip portions of individual titles, therefore played in full. What if he had just taken one hit, he would have restarted the whole run from scratch. The only exception is the damage suffered for plot reasons, therefore scripted, always reported in the descriptions of his videos. In any case, a truly one-of-a-kind challenge for him, brilliantly completed as documented by his numerous videos.

Quests aside, we remind you that recently the new Mastery Challenges have arrived in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which have further enriched the already substantial offer of Ubisoft. In the meantime, wait to find out if Assassin’s Creed Rift will really be announced at the next Ubisoft Forward or not.

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