The streamer girl defeated Malenia with a controller and a

The streamer girl defeated Malenia with a controller and a dance mat while simultaneously playing two versions of the Elden Ring

The Swedish streamer under the pseudonym MissMikkaa never ceases to amaze the gamer community. The other day girl won one of Elden Ring’s toughest bosses, Malenia, nicknamed “The Blade of Michelle”, while simultaneously playing two copies of FromSoftware’s action role-playing game.

    Image Source: Steam (ang3lo)

Image Source: Steam (ang3lo)

MissMikkaa set herself difficult conditions – to pass on two versions of the Elden Ring in parallel at the same time. The streamer controlled the character on one screen with a familiar gamepad (PS5) and controlled the character on the other monitor with the trusted dance mat (PC).

As for the bosses in Elden Ring, their MissMikkaa has to win in the same attempt. If one of the characters she controls dies before the coveted victory, the fight must be restarted not only in this case, but also in the next passage.

The streamer approached the battle with Malenia prepared: armor, weapons sharpened for bleed damage, and iron resolve. Mikella’s Blade is considered one of the hardest (if not the hardest) bosses in the Elden Ring. At the same time, the plot does not oblige to fight with her – this decision is entirely up to the player.

It took MissMikkaa three days and 199 tries to overcome the resistance of two Malanies at the same time (the full recording of the triumphant duel can be seen at youtube). Having won the long-awaited victory, the girl sat exhausted on the floor and after getting up for some time could not stop shaking.

According to MissMikkaa, the fight with two Malenii was the most difficult test for her. In the dance mat version, the boss fell first, while on the controller, the girl finished off the opponent for about a minute (and almost died in the process).

MissMikkaa’s next and final major hurdle in defeating two instances of the Elden Ring at once is the final boss of the game. At the time of publishing this material, he is trying to defeat his streamer on his own Twitch Channel and has already had some success. The last test is probably not far away.

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