xQc sets new Minecraft speedrun record by beating Frosen’s best by nearly 2 minutes – Forsen had previously held the record for the fastest Minecraft speedrun, but Twitch streamer xQc shattered it. The new record was set by xQc, who astonishingly beat the old record by almost two minutes with a time of 16 minutes and 38 seconds.
Open-ended games like Minecraft provide countless opportunities for constructing, exploring, and expressing creativity. However, it has also become a well-liked option for speedrunning, when players attempt to complete the game as rapidly as possible, making the title all the more prized.
xQc sets new Minecraft speedrun record by beating Frosen’s best by nearly 2 minutes
And owing to the crazy records Minecraft has in speedrunning, prominent players like xQc and Forsen hail the title from time to time. Recently, xQc declared that he has broken the previous world record for the fastest Minecraft speed run in a meme collage on his Twitter account while tagging Forsen. The 27-year-old streamer wrote, “It’s Joever. Don’t even bother trying” and beat the previous time by nearly 2 minutes. Frozen wrote on the thread, “What the f*ck? That’s lucky as f*ck.”
— xQc (@xQc) May 7, 2023
After losing them to Forsen in April 2021, who established the record at 20 minutes and 38 seconds, xQc eventually regained his speedrunning bragging rights earlier this year. The record was set by xQc at 20 minutes and 5 seconds. But after weeks and weeks of attempting, Forsen finally shattered the record by fighting the Ender Dragon in less than 18 minutes. However, the tables have turned with xQc now owing the title.
It’s safe to say that xQc was ecstatic with the new record, and this excitement was evident in his discussion as well. Now that the ball is back in Forsen’s court, all eyes will be on him for a comeback and dethrone xQc. More than being fun to witness it’s going to be challenging for Forsen to break the record this time.