The World Record for 'Solo-Squad' kills in Fortnite: Battle Royale has been broken after a player managed to go on a rampage to hit 43 kills.
Over the course of mere months since being released in September of 2017, Fortnite: Battle Royale has become a worldwide phenomenon throughout the gaming community and popular culture.
It has quickly become one of the most popular titles worldwide and even became the 'most popular 'free-to-play console game' of all time after bringing in $223 million over the month of March.
With its immense popularity, players from around the world have attempted to set a collection of records for achievements such as wins, kills, and other categories since its launch.
WOOORLD RECOOORD pic.twitter.com/osohX67aMs— Millenium Teeqzy (@teeqzy) April 30, 2018
The 2 last are dead of fall, I consider it like a 45 kills— Millenium Teeqzy (@teeqzy) April 30, 2018
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