Two Players Actually Unlocked Every Achievement In World Of Warcraft

There are literally thousands of achievements to unlock in World of Warcraft and, as of now, exactly two players have pulled off that impressive feat.

The folks over at Kotaku stumbled upon this story simply by checking out the WoW achievements page. At present, there are 2,511 achievements available in World of Warcraft that, once unlocked, total a whopping 25,825 achievement points. If you take a gander at the listings, two players have actually reached the top of that mountain, unlocking all of the extra challenges the game has to offer. Also impressive are the eight players that are hot on their heels, with several other just a few achievements off of the mark.

For those of you used to chasing down Achievements on the Xbox or Trophies on the PlayStation, what sets this collection apart is the fact that some of those achievements are astronomically hard to actually get, requiring an untold number of hours of dedication to the game.

As for who these dedicated WoW players are, one is a Russian priest (in the game, not in real life) and a druid from the U.S. Honestly, the U.S. player. They have the exact same score as their companion on Achievement Island but, they will forever be stuck in second place. That’s got to burn just a little.