Former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive professional player Michael ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek showed off some incredible skill and cleverness during a game of Call of Duty’s new battle royale mode, Blackout.
Shroud was playing alongside Tyler ‘Skadoodle’ Latham and Jeremy ‘anythiNG’ Davis in squad games, when the trio found themselves close to the Docks area of the map.
The Canadian was attempting to use the Grapple Gun to enter a building through one of the upstairs windows, when he came under heavy fire from an enemy squad, who were closing in on their location from the south.
The enemy team began to push towards the Shroud and Skadoodle, who were already missing anythiNG, who unfortunately dropped early on in the match.
As Shroud ran upstairs for cover, the call of “they’re coming up the stairs behind you,” came from both of his teammates. Trapped, and with his weapon selection less than ideal, Shroud cleverly jumped off the side of his building, landing on a fence, before dropping down and taking out two enemies with his SG12 shotgun.
Grzesiek immediately switched to his Rampart 17 assault rifle, eliminating the third with a devastatingly accurate headshot, then killing the final enemy who was rushing back down the stairs to confront him.
Shroud celebrated his unbelievable play with a cry of “They’re all dead,” then briefly smiling into his camera, clearly showing how happy he was to have clutched up and wiped out a whole team.
Shroud is one of the greatest FPS shooters in the world, and this incredible clip proves that he is incredibly talented. Of course, even the best make mistakes sometimes, as Grzesiek showed recently when he somehow ran himself over with his own ATV in Blackout.