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Call of Duty • Oct 25, 2018

Shroud proves that you don't even need to aim with a Saug 9mm on Blackout

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Shroud proves that you don't even need to aim with a Saug 9mm on Blackout

It seems that the Saug 9mm submachine gun on Call of Duty’s new battle royale mode Blackout is so powerful, you don’t even have to aim down your sights to wipe out players, as shown by popular streamer shroud.

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Michael Grzesiek, better known as shroud, was playing the mode alongside Jake “ChocoTaco” Throop and Justin "Just9n" Ortiz in squad games, when shroud and Just9n found themselves in the final circle, with six enemies still alive.

Outnumbered, and with a weapon designed to be used at close range, it seemed like the duo would need to pull off some crazy plays to secure the victory, but thanks to the incredible power of the Saug 9mm, Shroud was able to decimate his opponents.

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Shroud jumped through the window of a mobile office, and snapped on his opponent, then quickly spun around on a second enemy, putting him down in quick fashion, all while hip-firing his weapon. With one member of the first team left, Grzesiek hopped around a fence, and sprayed him down.

Not content with dominating three enemies with his crazy hip-fire, shroud spotted the final team on a hill behind him, and immediately began to give chase.

Throwing a concussion over the hill, shroud shredded his final three opponents with ease, proving that not only is he one of the very best Blackout players, but also that the Saug 9mm is ridiculously effective.

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Shroud’s teammates couldn’t believe what they had seen, with ChocoTaco commenting: “That gun is insane!”

Thankfully, it doesn’t seem like the Saug 9mm will be a recoil-less death machine for long, as Treyarch are set to roll out a weapons balancing patch next week.

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