This Call Of Duty: Warzone Squad Sets 121-Kill Record In A Single Match
See some highlights from the world record-breaking match, where one team got 121 kills.
It doesn't seem possible, but one Call of Duty: Warzone squad has set a new world record for the most kills in a single match, racking up an unthinkable 121 kills in a Quads mode match recently.
Well-known Call of Duty streamers TeePee, Symfuhny, HusKerrs, and DougisRaw set the record. There are 150 players in Warzone matches, so this team took down the overwhelming majority of them by themselves. You can see highlights from the achievement in the video below.
Call of Duty pro player Nadeshot responded to the achievement, writing on Twitter, "Wow, I can’t even fathom how you guys pulled this off. GGs."
It's not immediately clear what the previous record was for most kills in a Quads match of Warzone, while the records for Warzone's other modes, including Solos, Duos, and Trios are also unknown.
In other news, Warzone just recently added a new Operator, Iskra. She is available as a store bundle and comes packaged with two new Legendary weapons, the "Savagery" helicopter vehicle skin, an Epic Finisher, and more.
For more on Warzone, check out GameSpot's recent interview with Raven Software about the Gulag, which is linked below
- Call Of Duty: Warzone Dev Opens Up On The Origins And Design Of The Game's Most Unique Feature, The Gulag
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