One of the world’s biggest streamers has raised concerns with the brand new Call of Duty battle royale mode, Blackout.
Shroud is a formerly professional CS:GO player turned full-time streamer. His laid-back attitude and simply ridiculous ability with a mouse and keyboard have earned him a legion of fans.
Using those former pro player skills, he’s become a dab hand at PlayerUnknown’s BattleGrounds, and although doesn’t compete in big esports tournaments, there is no doubt he could make the transition if he wanted to.
Black Ops 4 is one game that people are excited to see Shroud play, and that’s down to the battle royale mode, known as Blackout.
The Treyarch developed game looks set to become one of the biggest developments in CoD history, but Shroud isn’t actually that impressed.
After watching the trailer, released on September 6, he expressed concerns that it wouldn’t be balanced.
“Literally this is going to be complete chaos, there is no way that this will be balanced well at all. Which is fine, you know, it’ll be like Fortnite. It’s hard to balance Fortnite, there’s a lot of bullshit in that game, it’ll be the same thing. It’ll be complete chaos, and everyone will have a great time. There’s zombies in it.”