World of Warcraft Classic has swept the video game world with massive levels of nostalgia and excitement flowing throughout the community. One of the most prominent storylines players were looking out for with the release of World of Warcraft Classic was who would be the first player to reach the maximum level of 60. Friday, August 30th saw the Twitch streamer known as Jokerd secure this achievement.
Jokerd achieved the title of the first World of Warcraft Classic player to reach level 60 on the Mograine server using a Mage character. World of Warcraft Classic has only been available for players to play since August 26th. This short period means Jokerd was able to become the first player in the world to reach level 60 in an impressive amount of time.
Twitch streamer JokerdTV is the first person to hit 60 in #WoWClassic, 5 days after launch 🙌
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— B/R Gaming (@BRGaming) August 30, 2019
According to a report by Dot Esports, over 200,000 viewers were watching Jokerd on his stream when he finally became the first player to reach level 60 in World of Warcraft Classic.
The re-release of World of Warcraft Classic has already brought plenty of enjoyable experiences to players around the world, and now Jokerd has cemented his status as the first player to reach level 60 in the legendary game’s very first version in the year of 2019.
What are your thoughts on the impressive World of Warcraft Classic accomplishment by Jokerd? Let us know over on Twitter at @primagames!