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Current Warzone WR holder sets insane new Solo vs Trio kill record

Published: 10/May/2020 11:11

by Joe Craven


On May 9, Call of Duty YouTuber ‘Bartonologist’ added another Warzone kill World Record to his name, complimenting his existing stature as a Quads WR holder. 

Bartonologist already holds the World Record for Quad kills in Warzone. On April 19, he and three other teammates shared their incredible 108 kill effort, blitzing the existing record by 8 kills. The record has not yet been beaten as of writing.

Prior to May 9, the Solo vs Trio record stood at a whopping 38 kills after being set by Mixer streamer GaGOD. However, Bartonologist has gone one better, quite literally.

Warzone players are already setting bar very high.

Playing on PC, Bartonologist lands at Superstore and picks up an Oden AR, managing to stay alive and rack up a quick three kills. While armor eludes him from the game’s start, kills certainly don’t, and the YouTuber leaves the popular landing spot with 5 kills under his belt.

After leaving Superstore, the pair call in a Loadout Drop, allowing Bart to use his own customized Grau and AX-50. The game includes some pretty nasty snipes, including wiping an entire squad who were minding their own business on top of one of Verdansk’s many warehouses.

The match concludes with Bart’s teammate going out of his way to ensure his friend makes the record, even dropping all of his armor plates. The generosity works, too, with Bart finishing on an insane 39 kills – quite literally ‘one-upping’ the previous record.

To round off the insane gameplay Bart’s teammate, ‘Kekoa’, finishes with 23 kills, meaning the duo’s total is 62. This puts them just shy of the Duo vs Trios WR, which sits at 64.

You can check out all Warzone World Records at our dedicated hub.

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Best Pellington 703 loadout for Black Ops Cold War: Attachments, Perks, Equipment

Published: 26/Nov/2020 12:31 Updated: 26/Nov/2020 12:48

by Alex Garton


The Pellington 703 is the perfect weapon for players looking to play aggressively with a sniper rifle in CoD Black Ops Cold War.

Black Ops Cold War has three different snipers and each of them suits a different playstyle. For players who prefer to push others and maneuver around the map, the Pellington 703 should be your weapon of choice.

It’s worth noting that Cold War has the longest ADS time for snipers out of any Call of Duty game. This has led to players struggling to quick scope consistently and writing off snipers as weak. Although there are certainly easier weapons to master in Cold War, nothing will beat landing multiple shots with a sniper in a single streak.

Despite Cold War’s long ADS times, there are a number of attachments that can mitigate this and give you a sniper loadout that’s lethal in online matches.

Cold War has the longest ADS time for snipers out of any Call of Duty title.

Best Pellington 703 loadout in Black Ops Cold War

Here’s how you need to kit out your Pellington 703 sniper for the most effective multiplayer loadout.

Pellington 703 loadout Attachments

  • Barrell: 26.5 Tiger Team
  • Body: Steady Aim Laser
  • Magazine: 7 RND
  • Handle: Serpent Wrap
  • Stock: Marathon Stock


  • Perk 1: Tactical Mask
  • Perk 2: Gear Head
  • Perk 3: Ghost

Wild Card

  • Law Breaker


  • Lethal: Frag Grenade
  • Tactical: Stimshot
  • Field Upgrade: Field Mic

This loadout focuses on allowing you to play aggressively. In terms of attachments, the Tiger Team barrel increases the Pellington’s damage output by 20%. This means fewer hit markers and more one-shot kills.

The Steady Aim Laser improves the effectiveness of the weapon at close range using hip-fire. Finally, the Serpent Wrap reduces the Pellington’s ADS time by 10%, making it a perfect attachment for any of the snipers in Cold War.

The Pellington 703 has the fastest ADS time out of any sniper in Cold War.

Moving onto perks, Tactical Mask is always useful to have when running an aggressive loadout that is seeking gunfights. The combination of Gear Head and the Field Mic is a great pairing for multiplayer and allows you to spam your field upgrade on cooldown. Finally, Ghost gives you the peace of mind that the endless spy planes in the air can’t track your every move when you’re running around the map.

Equipment in this loadout is fairly standard but you should focus on using the Field Mic whenever it’s off cooldown to gain valuable information. The reduced cooldown from the Gear Head perk is incredibly useful and will allow you to track the location of the enemy team.

Now, all there’s to do is make this Pellington 703 loadout and try it out in Multiplayer for yourself.