Twitch Streaming Couple Beat Elden Ring with Shared Commands

Snippets of Elden Ring’s toughest bosses beaten in unusual ways are going viral thanks to Twitch Bluist couple’s two-player controls.

Like a typical FromSoftware game, Ring of Elden is extremely difficult thanks to many factors such as dangerous enemy encounters and tough bosses. Which is why it was incredibly surprising to see a blluist Japanese streaming couple take the entirety of Ring of Elden in a two-player split-control setup.

Blu and Gray are the bilingual couple who form Blluist, wowing Twitch subscribers with their strong communication and gaming skills. Their recent streaming series using a split-control keyboard system while beating notorious Ring of Elden moguls has gone viral, with plenty of clips and highlights showing the team effort it takes to tackle such a tough race.


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The couple broadcast their Ring of Elden “Split Control” runs for a combined duration of 26 hours, eventually arriving at the demanding final boss. While some players have had success tackling the Elden Beast’s final form with a dancepad controller, it can still be considered a skill measure to tackle on its own. Blu and Grey’s communication skills are put to good use as each counts down to precise attacks and synchronized player movements, balanced by some kind supportive commentary to keep the other determined.

Bluist’s setup allows viewers to see on-screen control inputs, with one controlling movement with WASD keys and other miscellaneous commands, and the other using the mouse for attacks. The live chat noted Blu’s “incredible dodges”, which can often be the difference between a successful attempt and a rash play in Ring of Eldenits unpredictable nature. Therefore, it is understandable why the couple were loudly celebrating the fatal blow to defeat the formidable enemy after six hours of attempts.

Blluist has already undertaken more split-control game attempts with difficult games, such as Alien: Isolation and the “Gauntlet of Strength” boss fights from Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice. Their official “Stream On Streaming On” podcast details their life and relationship on stream, with Blu and Gray mentioning the importance of love and open communication in being able to stay civil while dealing with such frustrating challenges.

The ability for summoned players to join Ring of Elden Attempts to cooperate can pay off when done right through a combination of skill, communication, and a bit of luck. When Ring of EldenThe last challenges of are met and completed, Blluist happily continues his shared control streams on Twitch, to face his next match soon.

Ring of Elden is available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.

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