While many players are content to get their Victory Royales, others attempt to go above and beyond with high-kill games to set world records.
While one would think that the Fortnite world records have gotten to the point that it’d be incredibly hard to break, that doesn’t stop people from continually setting records with relative ease.
Just under a month since the Duo vs Squad record was set for console players, two players have managed to do the unthinkable with another new record.
The duo of ‘distncee’ and ‘Larsinz’ loaded up into a squad game and racked up an impressive 48 kills to break the record of 44 that was set by ‘Gxly’ and ‘Scared’ at the end of October. Larsinz tallied 27 kills himself, while distncee pulled in 21 of his own.
If you want to take a look at their incredible slaying prowess, you can see the entire game from distncee’s perspective below:
Given that Fortnite has only been out for a little over a year, it’s still quite surprising to see the things that players are able to do.
It might be cool to watch the pro players put up big numbers in the Winter Royale, but there’s nothing quite like watching other skilled players rake in kills during public matches.
While we always try and stay on top of all the current world records, never hesitate to let us know if we’ve missed any.
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