Who remembers how we reported a few days ago about impossible to break kill records in Warzone? Well... Teepee's unbreakable quad record was broken.
Kills in Warzone have become a kind of popular sport among streamers. New records are constantly being set in various categories: solo, duos, trios, quads and even solo vs. trios or quads. Just recently we have summarized the latest records in all categories.
The last record in Quads mode was set by Tyler "TeePee" Polchow together with DougisRaw, Symfuhny and HusKerrs. They collected an incredible 121 kills in one match, wiping out over 80% of the players on their own. We were convinced that this was the best anyone could do, after all, other squads do kills and don't just wait for one squad to clear the map - well it seems we were wrong.
The well-known streamer and content creator Vikkstar and his squadmates praestahh, aBeZy and Cellium managed to collect 138 kills in one match.
Here comes the full YouTube video of the new Call of Duty record:
The kills are distributed as follows:
- Vikkstar – 35 Kills
- Cellium – 36 Kills
- Priestahh – 35 Kills
- aBeZy – 32 Kills
Not only is this an absurd number of kills, but the lobby in which this record was performed also was not even full. It only had 135 players instead of 150, which of course makes it even more difficult to collect enough kills to break a record.
You might be wondering - how can you get 138 kills when there are only 135 players in the lobby? This is thanks to the Gulag. In Warzone, every player killed in the Gulag gets a second chance. Whoever dies, competes in the Gulag in a 1v1 against another killed player, the winner re-enters the current game. It is also possible to buy back team members who have lost the gulag themselves. This makes it possible for record hunters to kill the same player multiple times and thus collect more kills than there are actual players in the game.
Nevertheless, it takes a lot of luck and even more skill to collect so many kills before nobody is left and the game ends. We've definitely learned something new and are eagerly awaiting the next record - because it seems that even the most incredible kill world record can still be broken.