What Is the Speedrun Record in Minecraft Bedrock Edition? – Answered

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When computer games become boring for you, you can get into speedrun discipline. In speed runs, you should not simply play the game and do the same thing every day. Speedrun is maximally odd and refers to all games in the world, even if they don’t have a career mode like Minecraft.

Speedrun Record in Minecraft Bedrock Edition

You need to know that there are a few types of speedrun. For the classic Speedrun in Minecraft Bedrock Edition, you have to kill the Ender Dragon as fast as possible. This run you can make on a special map and even beat a current record.

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However, it requires a lot of experience and hours to do it. Currently, the best time of killing Ender Dragon has a Ukrainian player named crazefeed, who killed the dragon in 2 minutes and 52 seconds, which is incredibly fast. Notice that this player killed the dragon after his death. And it is allowed in a speed run.

The second place was taken by USA player cobra, with the result of 2 minutes and 55 seconds. Therefore, if you want to do a speed run, you have to value every second. It might be crucial for your record.

In the mobile version, first place is taken by Chinese player SharpFM. It took him 3 minutes and 17 seconds to kill the dragon. Such a record is longer than PC players have, but still a good result. Ukrainian player crazefeed has a result of 4 minutes 42 seconds, which is worse than his PC record. 

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