“Elden Ring” becomes even more of a cinematic masterpiece thanks to Twitter user SunhiLegend’s epic battle against Radagon of the Golden Order. Radagon, as one of “Elden Ring’s” most dangerous boss characters, may be difficult for even the most experienced gamers of FromSoftware’s magnum opus. This fight is split into two halves, with Radagon serving as the initial half of a long boss battle that eventually leads to a clash with the Elden Beast.
Skilled players like SunhiLegend have discovered new ways to dispatch Elden Ring‘s most powerful gods and demi-gods. One player recently released a video in which they defeated both Radagon of the Golden Order and the Elden Beast in under 30 seconds, thanks in part to sorcery, magic, and damage output enhancements. SunhiLegend also dispatched “Elden Ring’s” Leonine Misbegotten in cinematic manner mere days after its release, complete with all the embellishments that fans have come to expect from their awe-inspiring gameplay videos. It should come as no surprise, then, that the Twitter user has created another fantastic “Elden Ring” video.
SunhiLegend went viral on May 11 after uploading a nearly two-minute gameplay clip of their “Elden Ring” duel against Radagon. With cinematic precision, the player’s character, who wears the bare minimum of safety gear, destroys the fractured deity. Every move, from dodges and sword slashes to magic attacks and well-timed rolls, appears to have been deliberately planned, practiced, and properly framed to ensure the camera captures it all. To put it bluntly, Radagon of the Golden Order had no chance. Check it out in the following Twitter post:
— SunhiLegend (@SunhiLegend) May 11, 2022
The cinematic execution of Radagon by SunhiLegend is definitely a sight to witness. In recent weeks, the player has gone viral for releasing other “Elden Ring”-related videos, including one in which they defeated fan-favorite character Malenia, Blade of Miquella, in a boss fight. SunhiLegend is likely to have a few more tricks up their sleeves when it comes to Elden Ring adversaries.
“Elden Ring” was released for PC, last-gen, and current-gen platforms earlier this year. It’s also managed to stay at the top of everyone’s minds, so its continued success isn’t surprising. “Elden Ring” sold over 12 million units after only three weeks on the market, according to publisher Bandai Namco in a press statement. FromSoftware’s critically acclaimed RPG has already sold more than 13.4 million copies, according to the studio.