Call of Duty: Warzone team set a new world record with an astonishing 162 kills in a single game.
The team, led by 21-year-old American Warzone Streamer Aydan “Aydan” Conrad, has achieved a staggering feat in a 2v2 $ 500 kill race betting match. Here you’ll see a duo where a squad of four people splits into two and gets the most kills in a single game.
Breaking the quad world record before 143, Aidan and Kyodo tore Verdansk at a terrifying pace, starting with a helicopter blade killing. After stealing the loadout, Idan uses a terrifying AUG and FFAR 1 combo to hunt down almost every player on the map with brutal efficiency.
Yes, Idan, who wears the sweaty Roze skin, dies several times during the match. First returned to the battlefield with the victory of Gulag and then bought back by his teammates. While waiting for the glag to begin, he finds his team moving in the direction of breaking the quadriceps world record.
It’s worth remembering that this lobby was filled with 150 players. In short, Idan’s squad was able to take more kills than the player spawned on the map.
Watch the match in full in the video below (skip to the 9 hour 40 minute mark):
There is an interesting moment at the end of the match. With 161 kills between them and only one enemy player left, the team drops cash next to the buy station to encourage them to buy back their teammates and add more players. On the map for the squad to kill. However, the last player refuses to be upset and is eventually killed for victory.
“This will never break …” Idan commented on Twitter.
This never breaks … pic.twitter.com/iz0odzXq0e
— Aidan (@aydan) March 5, 2021
There was some debate about the lobby where this world record was set. The website SBMM Warzone tracks Warzone player stats and categorizes lobbies by difficulty. This 162-kill lobby is categorized as “Bronze One” difficulty and is in the bottom 20%. The median mortality / mortality rate for lobby players was 0.78. Aidan ended the match with an incredible 47 kills and 4.97 kills / death ratio.
“That lobby was a bronze negative 10!” Idan joked online, pointing out how easy it was for his team. “We were blessed with a lobby. It was such a bot lobby.”
Still, it’s an amazing achievement, and as Idan says, it’s probably a record that will never be beaten.