Complexity Limit became the first Warcraft guild in the world to clear Castle Nathria on Mythic difficulty this evening.
They downed Sire Denathrius to clear the first raid in World of Warcraft’s latest expansion, Shadowlands, having beaten all ten bosses.
It was a back-to-back win for Limit, who secured another world first back in February.
US guild Complexity Limit beat other guilds in the Race to World First including EU teams Echo and Pieces and UK side Method, who at the time of writing have defeated 9 and 8 and 8 bosses respectively.
Another UK org, MNM Gaming, have currently defeated 7 bosses out of Castle Nathria’s ten. MNM announced it would be entering the race earlier this month and has its own broadcast on Twitch.
Limit’s composition for the final boss included two tanks, four healers, six melee DPS and eight ranged DPS.
Esports org Complexity announced their partnership with Limit guild earlier this month.
Limit became the world’s first to conquer N’zoth, the final boss in the Ny’alotha raid back in February. They got the kill after 274 attempts and became the first North American guild to win a Race to World First in a decade.
World of Warcraft game director Ion Hazzikostas congratulated Limit on their achievement:
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