Former Fortnite star Aydan ‘Aydan’ Conrad has managed to break the world record for Warzone kills playing as a solo while in a squads match, racking up a pretty impressive total to say the least.
With the popularity of Warzone through the roof, it has attracted players from plenty of different genres to test their skills and show that they’ve got what it takes to be amongst the best of the best.
The standout stars, typically, have a Call of Duty or battle royale-based background as players like Aydan – who was once ranked amongst the top Fortnite professionals in the globe – have converted over.
With such a melting pot of talent dropping into Verdansk, winning streaks are being stretched out, money is being won, and records are being smashed – including those who try to test themselves in a 1v4 scenario.
Previously, the Solo vs Squads record had stood at 57 kills, which is an incredibly impressive number to say the least, but Aydan went one step further.
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During his November 19 stream, the former Ghost Gaming star found himself on a heater, racking up kill after kill in Warzone. He quickly leveled the record of57 kills and found himself in a tricky 1v3 against a team with a Juggernaut.
However, he called upon his incredible battle royale talents to rip through his opponents, solidifying not only the record, but the Warzone victory in one fell swoop. And, it’s safe to say that Aydan was pretty happy with himself too.
🚨 @aydan just hit 60 kills in Solo Quads, breaking the World Record!
— DEXERTO Call of Duty (@DexertoIntel) November 19, 2020
Aydan quickly took to Twitter to show his followers who hadn’t been watching the stream what he’d done, and quickly impressed people like Scump, Swagg, KingRichard, and Ali-A.
Worlds first 60 bomb in Solo v Squads? pic.twitter.com/mvOgay43Sz
— Aydan (@aydan) November 19, 2020
With Aydan setting the bar so high, it’s unlikely that anyone will be able to knock him off his perch anytime soon, but, you just never know when it comes to Warzone.
If anyone does manage to surpass Aydan, you’ll be able to find all the details in our Warzone World Records hub, which can be found here.