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Published: 7/Aug/2019 17:00by Daniel Cleary
The 2017 CoD World Champion experienced one of his wildest streams on August 6, amassing a sub ‘train’ (consecutive subscriptions within 5 minutes of each other) of almost 2000, and pulling off some incredible highlights in the process.
FormaL, who is currently preparing in the run-up to the CWL Championship 2019 under Luminosity Gaming, seems to be in peak form, as he displayed his aimbot-like accuracy with a triple kill with the combat axe.
The Luminosity star was streaming Search & Destroy matches on Black Ops 4’s League Play mode, when he decided to take on the remaining opposition with just the one combat axe on his loadout.
Formal made light work of the enemy team with his precise shots, hitting all of his throws with the weapon and picking the axe up after each kill while chuckling to himself, “Oh my god, someone clip it bro.”
FormaL later went on to dedicate the play to OpTic member Davis ‘Hitch’ Edwards, who alongside Team SummerTime, is also known for his incredible highlight clips with weapons like the Combat Axe on Black Ops 4: “Hitch this was for you just so you know.”
Hitch, clearly impressed with the accuracy of the 2017 World Champion, hinted towards the possibility of FormaL joining Team SummerTime in the near future, saying, “TST FormaL incoming, my god.”
TST FormaL incoming
my god <3
— davis. (@hitchariide) August 7, 2019
Team SummerTime, which consists of Jorge, Blake and Hitch, have also teased that they are currently working on a montage, that will compile of some of their greatest highlights from their streams.
However, it may be a while before FormaL can dedicate his time to hitting more clips and joining TST, as he has to focus on the Call of Duty World Championship, coming up on August 14 in Los Angeles.
He will be looking to replicate some of his magic plays at the last event of the year to secure himself that second championship ring, and a share of the $2 million prize pool.