Solar Ash Developers React to 58 Minute Speedrun

IGN published this video item, entitled “Solar Ash Developers React to 58 Minute Speedrun” – below is their description.

Solar Ash was released late last year, and already speedrunners are finishing it in less than an hour. Watch along with members of the Solar Ash development team from Heart Machine and speedrunner Blaidan as they watch their game get finished incredibly quickly!

Participating in the commentary from Heart Machine are Alx Preston (Creative Director), Chelsea Hash (Game Director), and Evan Hembacher (producer/writer).

Check out more from speedrunner Blaidan here:

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A speedrun is when you complete a game in the fastest possible time, often this involves exploiting glitches and skipping chunks of expected gameplay in order to reach the end of a game in double-quick time.

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