Fortnite Battle Royale players are constantly pushing themselves to achieve bigger and better things, whether that’s picking up their first ever Victory Royale or smashing world records.
For the last few months we’ve been keeping track of those world records and it’s become a full-time job in itself as players continue to push the limits of what should be possible in the fast-paced shooter.
In the last week we’ve seen the duo versus squads world record broken for both mobile and console players but it looks like the console record has been broken yet again, this time by ‘Gxly’ and ‘Scared’.
The two players combined for a staggering 44 total kills, beating the score of 43 that was set by Jhawk and l3usty just days before. Scared picked up an impressive 13 kills while Glxy clutched up after his teammate died to post a ridiculous score of 31 eliminations.
If you want to see footage of the incredibly performance from the two PlayStation 4 players out of the Oceanic region, they have both uploaded it from their own perspective on YouTube.
Fortnite players continue to show that we are only scratching the surface of what can be achieved in the game as building technique, aim and strategy becomes more of a component each day.
While it’s incredibly impressive to see what the top professionals are capable of doing against one another during events like the Fortnite Fall Skirmish, there’s something equally as satisfying about watching high skilled players decimate the average players of the world.
We try to keep on top of the current records at all times, but never hesitate to contact us if you believe we’ve missed a new one.
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