Well, while some still struggle to reach the previous level cap (110), it took only 4 hours and 17 minutes to hardcore player Gingi to level up from 110 to 120.
Gingi, who is a member of the Method guild is the first WoW player in the world to reach the new level cap.
As you can see in this YouTube video, he played as a troll druid named Luigingi; and if you ask yourself how he did it so fast, the answer is simple: Quests.
It is worth noting that Gingi was helped by two guildmates: Meeres and Deepshades.
The video above shows Gingi reaching level 120 in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth, which is a nice achievement even if you are not a WoW fan.
World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is now available worldwide; and while Word of Warcraft became a subscription-only game, you still need to buy the latest expansion if you want to access all its features.
Currently, you can buy a physical copy of WoW: Battle for Azeroth for $49.99.