A new record has been set by a bunch of Warzone players as they reach an impressive 132 kills in a single match.
Call of Duty: Warzone player Charlie ‘MuTeX’ Saouma went in hard with 3 other teammates in a public Warzone match, by the end the squad had managed to finish strong with an impressive 132 kills under their belt.
Each of the team members were crunching some pretty strong numbers, with the majority of the squad reaching over 10,000 outgoing damage. The squad must have managed to wipe out an impressive three quarters of the lobby alone considering that there is only around 200 players per match.
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The team managed to scoop a world record by playing in a lobby that with a host of other players that were below their skillset which means they somehow managed to get around the SBMM.
Even by bypassing the SBMM, ending a match of 132 kills is a pretty tricky task no matter what the skill level.
Although this was quite the impressive task, it hasn’t beaten the record for kills in Verdansk overall. The title is held by Aydan Conrad and his team who earned the title back in March with a total of 162 kills.
Will there be anyone who can beat it and take the crown?
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