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Andrew “goatrope” Halabourda has set a new speed run world record for completing Halo: Combat Evolved on Legendary difficulty.

The previous record, held by Halabourda, clocked in at 1:41:15, but he managed to shave two minutes and 18 seconds off his time, finishing the run at 1:38:57. Now there are quicker runs, with the lowest time coming in at 1:20:51, but these are multiple segment runs completed by more than one person. Halabourda’s was a single run, which you can check out above.

The quickest that anyone has ever completed Halo: Combat Evolved is 1:19:55, by LePhoque, but that was on Easy.

If you’re interested, Halabourda has shared a few tips on how to shave time off a run, and when you should fight enemies or avoid them.

Via: Kotaku

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New world record set for beating Halo on Legendary difficulty

By Matthew Bennett | 05/6/2014 05:31 AM PT

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Andrew “goatrope” Halabourda has set a new speed run world record for completing Halo: Combat Evolved on Legendary difficulty.

The previous record, held by Halabourda, clocked in at 1:41:15, but he managed to shave two minutes and 18 seconds off his time, finishing the run at 1:38:57. Now there are quicker runs, with the lowest time coming in at 1:20:51, but these are multiple segment runs completed by more than one person. Halabourda’s was a single run, which you can check out above.

The quickest that anyone has ever completed Halo: Combat Evolved is 1:19:55, by LePhoque, but that was on Easy.

If you’re interested, Halabourda has shared a few tips on how to shave time off a run, and when you should fight enemies or avoid them.

Via: Kotaku

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89