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Cloak takes shot at FaZe Clan with new Battalion username

Published: 4/Jun/2019 10:08 Updated: 4/Jun/2019 13:59

by David Purcell


Fortnite Battle Royale player’s lawsuit was first revealed on May 20, and now his duo partner Dennis ‘Cloak‘ Lepore has decided to take another shot at the organization. 

This time, though, he’s decided to joke about the situation in a very different way – in the form of his Battalion 1944 username. 

The new gamertag was first revealed during a Twitch livestream of 100 Thieves‘ CEO and founder Matthew ‘Nadeshot’ Haag, who was looking to add Cloak on the game. However, the naming of his account did leave him speechless for a moment or two. 

Square EnixBattalion 1944 was first released in February 2018, but has been growing in popularity on Twitch.

“What is it?” Nade asked about the name. “Eight, zero, and then percent,” he responded, but Nadeshot didn’t seem to believe him at first until he actually came across the account and fired a friend request in his direction.

Nadeshot was left facepalming in front of the camera after Cloak revealed that ’80percent’ was his username, making reference to the highly discussed split of earnings between Tfue and the organization that he is still signed to, FaZe Clan. 

Cloak has hardly been quiet since the legal dispute was first raised between both parties, hinting that he might soon leave FaZe after announcing that his Fortnite Battle Royale duo partner would be moving in with him on May 28.

Whether or not Cloak will remain with the organization for much longer remains to be seen, but he’s certainly not hiding the support he has for his Fortnite Battle Royale partner in the legal battle. 

Only time will tell if he will remain with the org, or perhaps even move onto another – such as 100 Thieves. 

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Human aimbot Shroud shows off insane skill with nasty squad wipe in Battalion 1944

Published: 6/Jun/2019 22:37 Updated: 7/Jun/2019 8:46

by Albert Petrosyan


FPS legend Michael ‘shroud‘ Grzesiek is a dominant force in Battalion 1944, and he further proved it by hitting a sequence of shots that very few players can dream of pulling off.

Over the past couple of weeks, Battalion 1944 has become the talk of the town in the online gaming community, with many top streamers binge-playing the game since its release.

Shroud, in particular, has developed quite a fondness for the new first-person-shooter, and, much to the surprise of no one, is already considered to be one of the best players in the game. 

His latest exploit came during a match in which his team was trailing seven rounds to 10, with both teams racing to be the first to win 13 rounds to clinch the match victory.

It was during this 18th round in which he put his full arsenal of skills on display, piling up four eliminations and nearly pulling off what would have been a very tasty clutch.

Bulkhead InteractiveBattalion 1944 has become a sensation on Twitch, with many top streamers enjoying the new FPS game.

The round started with shroud running both the STG rifle and a shotgun, giving him the ability to confidently take on enemies both at close and far range. 

His sequence of kills began with a shotgun pump to the head of an enemy crouch-walking through the smoke, after which he hit some impressively accurate shots to beam an opponent that was sitting on A-bomb.

However, the gem of the clip came after that, when the former CS:GO pro was stuck in a 1v3 situation. Knowing he had to play aggressively because the enemy team had planted the bomb, he pushed out and used elite movement and incredible accuracy to delete one player while rapidly recovering to shotgun another out of the air. 

Unfortunately, he was unable to kill the final player, who was guarding the bomb, although shroud immediately remarked that the final opponent “teleported in front of him.”

What shroud thinks of Battalion 1944

Considering his legendary status among numerous FPS games, it’s not surprising that shroud has fallen in love with Battalion 1944, claiming that it’s the “best FPS out right now.”

He’s called the game a combination of Call of Duty and CS:GO, in that it fuses the fundamental mechanics of CoD with the popular economy and round system of competitive CS:GO matches.

Seeing as how he’s currently one of the best players in the world, and that there isn’t really any other game out there that he’s fond of as much, fans can expect the star streamer to continue playing Battalion 1944 for the foreseeable future.