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Published: 17/Sep/2018 16:08 Updated: 17/Sep/2018 16:10by Ross Deason
Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek’s mastery of the Call of Duty: Blackout beta probably shouldn’t have come as a surprise to anyone, but that doesn’t stop us from being impressed.
The former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive pro makes a habit of picking up games and dominating his opponents with relative ease and he already produced some moments of brilliance on the PlayStation 4 version of Blackout.
However, he truly came into his own when the PC version was released, as can be seen in this absolutely ridiculous sequence of kills using the MDG 12 shotgun and ICR-7:
In fact, his accuracy with the ICR-7 is truly astounding. He proved that point as he peppered enemies with bullets as they tried to get into the safe zone during another match.
The Canadian maestro used the assault rifle to take down two of his opponents – which included some pretty impressive grappling hook work to close the distance – before whipping out a Ray Gun to drop the third and final player:
The end of the Blackout beta, which is due to occur shortly after the time of writing this article, will leave a number of streamers and Call of Duty players wishing for more.
Despite being a player that has been associated heavily with PUBG for the last year, shroud appears to have enjoyed the Blackout beta a great deal.
The full version of Blackout is expected to be available to play from October 12 along with the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 – we’d advise avoiding shroud if you end up in a game with him!