After months of blood, sweat, and tears, Jerk streamer Forsen finally beats and snagged back his Minecraft speedrun title from his rival streamer xQc!
About Minecraft Speedrunning
Minecraft is a game that never gets old, offering infinite possibilities for exploration, building, and creativity. But it has also become a favorite among speedrunners, who race to finish the game in record time and claim the title of ultimate champion.
Pulling off a Minecraft speedrun from start to finish requires some serious skills and practice. Minecraft players have come up with all sorts of tricks and techniques to help them along the way. Streamers like xQc and Forsen have become big names in the Minecraft speedrunning community, battling it out to see who can come out on top.
Previous title holder, xQc
xQc had set a new record recently, finishing the game in just over 20 minutes. But Forsen wasn’t about to let that stand. After weeks of grueling preparation, Forsen finally shattered xQc’s record, finishing the game in just under 18 minutes.
The clip of his epic run quickly went viral, with fans cheering him on.
Forsen didn’t let go of the chance
Forsen couldn’t resist taking a playful jab at xQc on Twitter, claiming that he had “permanently destroyed” his opponent and suggesting that xQc should start looking for a new job. But xQc wasn’t about to back down. “See you in a week,” he fired back, showing that he was ready to take up the challenge once again.
Will xQc be able to bring back his glory?
It’s hard to say whether xQc will be able to beat Forsen’s new record. After all, last time he was foiled by an unexpected visitor – a fish. But with his determination and skill, anything is possible.
One thing’s for sure — the Minecraft speedrunning community will be eagerly watching to see who comes out on top next. The heated exchange between the two could’ve been better if they used these new emote features in Minecraft.