The streetr was the first in history to pass Halo 2 on the highest possible difficulty without death — 18 years of age was considered almost impossible

The streetr was the first in history to pass Halo 2 on the highest possible difficulty without death

The American Strimer JerValiN recorded an achievement on its account in Halo 2's science fiction shooter that has not been subdued by any player in the 18 years since the original release.

After several weeks of training and failed attempts, JerValiN managed to go through Halo 2 on its own, never dying.

Playing Halo 2 with this set of conditions was invented by the fans themselves. The regime was called LASO and was considered one of the most difficult tests in the game, let alone without death.

In July, blogger Cr1TiKal offered $5,000 first and then $20,000 first to pass Halo 2 on LASO without a single death.

An additional difficulty was that Cr1TiKal banned the participants from using the 14th skull, which gives the character temporary invisibility and facilitates the passage of some sections.

It took JerValiN six and a half hours and included tricks.

Cr1TiKal followed JerValiN's passage on his strim: .