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Published: 9/Nov/2018 0:44 Updated: 9/Nov/2018 0:53by Wyatt Donigan
Even though Black Ops 4 has only been out for less than a month, players are already starting to set some incredible records in the game’s battle royale mode, Blackout.
As everyone continues grinding Blackout, the skill level is getting higher and higher on a daily basis, even amidst many of the widespread changes Treyarch has introduced to the game.
Rogue’s Jordan ‘HusKers’ Thomas is seemingly leading the pack, as he set the world record for most kills in a solo match on November 8. Twice.
His first attempt came in the afternoon hours of the day when he put up a ridiculous 26 kills in a single match.
— HusKers (@HusKerrs) November 8, 2018
Even as he secures the 26th kill, though, HusKers laments the fact that he wasn’t more aggressive during the match.
“I should have played more aggressive,” HusKers tells his chat. “I could have gotten like 27 or 28 [kills].”
It turns out that HusKers was completely correct as he managed to one-up himself just two hours later with another monster game to break the record he had just set.
His world-record setting win was even more exciting than his earlier one as he managed to seek out camper inside of a gas station bathroom before hopping on an ATV to pick up the final kill.
— HusKers (@HusKerrs) November 9, 2018
HusKers is no stranger to setting world records, as his organization pointed out that he’s been doing this since the beta with multiple records under his belt.
— Rogue (@GoingRogueGG) November 9, 2018
Having been playing battle royales since the days of H1Z1, it’s no surprise that HusKers was able to accomplish this incredible feat.
With a very high bar now set, you can bet that plenty of people will start gunning for HusKers spot at the top.