What happens when you get four of the most skilled Warzone players into the same squad? They break the world record for the ‘most kills in a quads game’ of course, and that’s exactly what happened on March 5 when Aydan and his squad teamed up for a game of Warzone.
Now the quad are facing criticism online for the true skill of the lobby they were playing in.
It was only 3 days ago that Aydan, Almond, Newbz, and ScummN set the record, with 162 total kills between them they absolutely shattered the world record. The team managed to kill almost everyone in the match at least once, and even killed some players multiple times after they were redeployed.
Now they’re under fire from players for breaking the world record in a Bronze-tier lobby Dexerto reports, with fans claiming the competition wasn’t exactly fair. It turns out the game actually took place in a Bronze 1 lobby, the lowest skill level you can get in Warzone.
This means that four of the most skilled Warzone players in the competitive scene at the moment were running around killing the least skilled Warzone players. Now the legitimacy of the record has been brought into question, with fans quick to label it “complete bullsh*t” and ‘fraudulent.’
“Aydan and company are complete frauds” a Reddit post reads. The post shows an image from a website which shows the average KD of players in a certain lobby, and after finding the lobby where Aydan and team broke the world record, we can see that the average for the rest of the lobby was 0.89, the lowest KD in Aydans squad was himself with 4.97.
“20+ KD overall. No matter how many hours they play, they should never ever get put into such low skilled lobbies.” Omega_Sylo commented. another responded “These records mean nothing when it’s against people like that”
Players with a KD above 3.0 should be getting into exclusively diamond tier lobbies, they nearly always get matched against other competitive players, which would have made their world record attempt a lot more challenging. Getting into a Bronze-tier lobby isn’t easy, even for lower skilled players.
Almxnd took to Twitter to defend his squad saying “The lobby we got was an anomaly” and confirmed that out their past 20 matches, 16 of them were in Diamond-tier lobbies.
We’re not sure how the squad managed to end up in a Bronze lobby, was it really just a mistake by the SBMM in Warzone, or is there more to it? Either way, the record stands as of now and it’s very unlikely to be beaten by another squad, even in a Bronze lobby.