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Call of Duty • Nov 12, 2018

Shroud proves he’s the king of melee kills by wiping out two enemy teams on Blackout

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Shroud proves he’s the king of melee kills by wiping out two enemy teams on Blackout

Former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive professional player Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek proved that he doesn’t even need to fire a bullet to dominate enemies in Call of Duty’s battle royale mode Blackout.

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The popular streamer was playing duos matches alongside former teammate Tyler ‘Skadoodle’ Latham when he came across an enemy squad in a house just south of Firing Range.

Running through the house, shroud found the pair sitting in the bathroom, bashing one in the back as he attempted to jump out of a window, before spinning around and killing the second before he could fire a bullet at the former Cloud9 player.

“That’s got to be the shittiest way to die, oh no,” laughed Grzesiek, clearly not feeling any regret over the way he eliminated his opponents.

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Shroud then spotted another duo heading towards him from the north, hopping into a shed at the rear of the house to confront an enemy, whacking him in the head with the but of his gun.

With an enemy outside throwing nades into the building at him, Grzesiek quickly jumped out of the window and flanked around his opponent, swooping in as his enemy was distracted to clobber him in the skull too.

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Shroud has been in incredible form since the release of Blackout, pulling off incredible moments like an amazing five man killing spree with a sniper at Construction Site, and a clever play to take down a stream sniper.

Of course, things haven’t always went the former CS:GO’s way, as he recently got blown up by Skadoodle while trying to fly a helicopter, and also managed to glitch himself under the map while trying to catch a supply drop in mid-air with a chopper.

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