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Someone beat Bloodborne’s hardest boss using only their fists

Twitch streamer Lobos Jr has managed to defeat Bloodborne’s hardest boss using only his fists.

Bloodborne’s The Old Hunters expansion is is pretty damn hard; featuring some of the most challenging areas and boss encounters yet.

This difficulty hasn’t stop a handful of masochistic players tackling the games in unorthodox, and frankly mental ways though.

Popular Souls Streamer Lobos Jr has done just that, slaying the expansion’s hardest boss using only his fists as weapons.

Playing on NG+7, the hardest possible difficulty, Lobos Jr managed to defeat Ludwig the Accursed in a tense round of fisticuffs.

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The streamer tried for an agonizing 12 hours before finally achieving victory in a nail-biting 38 minute fight.

This is an incredible achievement, and one that probably required plenty of patience and sanity to pull off.

Lobos Jr’s other feats include a “No Death or Bonfire” run of Dark Souls 2 and completing the original Dark Souls UPSIDE DOWN!  

You can follow his recent escapades on Twitch, where he is currently playing through The Old Hunters using only his fists and some light armour.

Related: PS4 Review

PS4 exclusive Bloodborne launched in March 2015 to critical and commercial success.

The Old Hunters, Bloodborne’s newest expansion is now available on the Playstation Store.

This lengthy expansion adds a handful of new areas, bosses and weapons for you to explore and discover in the sadistic world of Yarnham.

We described Bloodborne as “heart-poundingly intense” in our review, which you can check out here.

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