Shroud activates human aimbot powers in crazy Modern Warfare killing sprees

Sam Jones Art / GameInformer

Superstar Twitch streamer Michael ‘shroud‘ Grzesiek put his out-of-this-world FPS skills to the test in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Beta, yet again proving himself as the “human aimbot.”

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September 19 marked the first day that the Modern Warfare Open Beta was made available on PC, in order to test out the cross-platform ability that will be enabled for the first time in Call of Duty history.

Former CS:GO pro and FPS legend shroud could not miss the opportunity to flex his gaming muscles in the Beta, and he’s already put together some clips worth of a highlight reel.

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What may be his best sequence so far came during a Headquarters match on Gun Runner, with him using a default class no less.

Armed with the powerful FR 5.56 burst assault rifle, he mowed through a squadron of five enemy players in quick succession, or as he put it – “just slapped those guys” – hardly missing a shot in the process. 

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Another impressive display of marksmanship came while playing Cyber Attack on Hackney Yard, where he wiped out another group of five enemy players.

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While there’s no doubt that his clever positioning played a big role in this killing spree, his ability to hardly lead any of his shots astray was really what made the difference.

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Shroud seemed to be enjoying Cyber Attack, because his next incredible play came on that very same mode, this time on the gigantic map called Grazna Raid.

This clip may have been dedicated to those who thought that the CSGO legend could only pull off killing streaks from a perched position, as he used a sniper rifle to perfection while essentially “running and gunning” the whole time. 

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This last clip, from a Domination map also on Grazna Raid, may not really be considered a “killing spree,” but is still an impressive collateral snipe nonetheless.

Position on a staircase located on the side of a building towards the corner of the map, shroud predicted the enemy movements expertly, and got rewarded with a nice and tidy double kill. 

Considering that all of these highlight plays, and more, came in only the first few hours of the first day of the Modern Warfare Beta, shroud may be able to produce a whole montage by the time the weekend is over.

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Call of Duty fans will hope that the superstar enjoys his experience during the trial phase of the game, so that he could really start dominating once it fully releases on October 25.

The Modern Warfare Beta is now available on the Xbox One and PC to all those who have early access via pre-orders, as well as open to all players on the PlayStation 4.

The Beta will become fully available to everyone on September 21, and will conclude on September 23 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET. 

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