Popular Twitch streamer Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek displayed his incredible skill on the new Apex Legends Armed and Dangerous limited-time game mode.
As part of Apex Legends’ Voidwalker Event, Respawn Entertainment recently released a new snipers and shotguns only limited-time mode for players to experience.
Many fans of the popular battle royale, including top streamer shroud, have quickly gravitated towards the new LTM which makes for the perfect opportunity to pull off some highlight plays.[ad name=”article2″]
Shroud was streaming some attempts at the new Armed and Dangerous LTM when he began to display just how good he is with Apex Legends’ sniper rifles.
The Canadian streamer quickly dispatched of enemy squads in King’s Canyon with his incredible accuracy, hitting some ridiculous flicks on weapons such as the Longbow and Triple Take rifles.
It’s the kind of signature play which the former CS:GO pro is known for, and what has made him so popular as a livestreamer.
Shroud was forced to fend for himself after his teammates had been downed early but it did not dissuade the streamer from his usual aggressive playstyle, as he strafed his way in and out of cover, taking down his in-game opponents.
The former CSGO star became more confident as the games went on and casually began to go for 360 kills and other trickshots while testing the new LTM.
Shroud managed to wipe squad after squad, displaying just how well his mechanical skills from other FPS titles such as CS:GO and PUBG could transfer to Respawn’s battle royale.
Many fans were excited to see shroud back on Apex, as his recent streams were packed with World of Warcraft content since the release of WoW Classic.
Fellow Twitch streamer, Dr Disrespect had been calling for shroud to return to some of the battle royale games and even donated him $100 in an attempt to get the Twitch star away from WoW Classic.
Shroud also revealed that despite his enjoyment of WoW Classic’s release, he would be mixing in other games, such as Apex Legends, to keep his stream fresh for viewers.