Call of Duty: Warzone player wipes out four squads all on his own to pull off unreal win

A Call of Duty: Warzone player has wiped out four separate squads to win in brilliant style.

Reddit user aleramz shared the footage of them wiping out eight players to take the victory even though they were clearly a huge underdog.

It shows the player unbelievably beating the odds to take the win on Warzone, in a feat few would be able to replicate.

The way in which they achieve the victory is barely believable, taking out the final three players in quick succession all while being surrounded. You can watch the unreal escape here.

The game is Call of Duty’s new battle royale release, which has amassed tens of millions of players since its release back in March.

The game rivals traditional battle royale games like Apex Legends and Fortnite, which have achieved huge player counts in recent years.

In 2019, Fortnite reached a huge 250 million players thanks to its incredible gameplay and its following from some of the world’s biggest viral players.

Call of Duty amassed 30 million players less than two weeks after its release and has now become one of the biggest battle royale games itself.

It is the first game in the series since Modern Warfare was released in 2019, with Black Ops 4 having been released the year prior to that.

However, as a result of the huge following that the game has now reached it has been affected by cheating players.

Activision, which publishes games in the Call of Duty franchise, says it has no tolerance for cheaters and has had to ban over 50,000 players worldwide due to their behaviour on Warzone.

Activision is also offering PS4, Xbox One and PS4 users a free multiplayer weekend until this Sunday.

Loads of players are expected to join as a result of the isolation rules imposed by the government to tackle the coronavirus outbreak.

It is hoped that Warzone will allow Call of Duty to compete with the biggest battle royale franchises. And with users such as aleramz pulling off unbelievable stunts like that, it shows that the game must be doing something right.

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