Apex Legends may be a relatively new title on the market, but players have already begun to attempt world record scores while playing the battle royale game.
Respawn Entertainment released Apex Legends on Monday, February 4, and have seen immediate success, with over 25 million people playing the game in the first week of its release.
While many players have already secured victories on the game, not many will have won a game with as many eliminations as this triumphant trio, who set a new world record in the process.
On Monday, February 11, a team of Apex Legends players consisting of Scubby, SHAFFER and ssjfpsTV entered into a game on King’s Canyon, aiming to secure a victory, and possibly a new record.
The squad completed their goal, winning the match with ease, and doing so by killing 41 enemy players throughout, becoming the first team to smash through the 40 kill barrier.
The incredible performance saw the trio kill over 66% of players in the lobby, an incredible feat considering the size of the map, and the unlikeliness that every player in the game lands in a similar area.
The trio were clearly delighted with their victory, screaming with delight when they realized how many kills that had gotten during the match. Their score puts them at the top of the Trios record list, and you can check out all of the holders in our Apex Legends World Records list.
With the score to beat now 41 eliminations, it will be interesting to see if the record stands for a long time, or if another team will swoop in and quickly take it from them.
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