Unbelievable Apex Legends solo kill world record has been set

It’s just over a week since Apex Legends was officially released, but already we’ve seen some incredible performances from players, including what appears to be a world record setting game.

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Apex Legends is Respawn Entertainment’s entry into the massively popular battle royale genre, and is available for free on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

Players group up in teams of three and battle to become the last squad standing, eliminating any teams along the way as they attempt to secure the victory.

This Apex Legends player has set an amazing world record.
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While many players have earned some impressive wins since the game’s launch, NRG Esports star Dizzy has set the new standard for kills in an Apex Legends match.

Dizzy, who was announced as a member of NRG’s Apex Legends team on February 11, uploaded an image to Twitter that showed him finishing a game with 33 kills.

This is incredibly impressive, especially when you consider that the total number of players in an Apex Legends match is 60, meaning that Dizzy killed over half of the lobby on his way to setting this amazing record.

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Dizzy will be back in action when he takes part in the Apex Legends Twitch Rivals tournament, with the NRG member set to team up with Richard ‘KingRichard’ Nelson and Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins.

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Twitch Rivals is stacked with some of the biggest and best players on the streaming platform, but because there are no custom matches yet, it will be played in public lobbies. If KingRichard and Ninja aren’t pulling their weight, Dizzy could well have his target set on breaking his own record.