Tunic Developers React to 24 Minute World Record Speedrun

IGN published this video item, entitled “Tunic Developers React to 24 Minute World Record Speedrun” – below is their description.

Watch along with the Tunic Developers as they react to this World Record Speedrun.

As of the time of this recording, speedrunner Twikax has logged the world record time for speedrunning Tunic. Thanks to Tunic’s Lead developer Andrew Shouldice and Audio Director Kevin Regamey for sitting down for this speedrun! Tunic has been out for only a short time, but speedrunners are already finding faster and faster times.

Check out more from Twikax here:

https://www.speedrun.com/user/Twikax

https://www.twitch.tv/twikax

https://twitter.com/Twikax

https://www.youtube.com/user/Twikax

#IGN #Gaming #Tunic

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