If you think you’re a good Fortnite player, ask yourself whether you could survive against almost half of the players in a single match.
We’ve seen some impressive displays in Fortnite, such as when this player rode their own guided rocket to victory. But few things top getting the vast majority of kills in a 100-player Battle Royale game. This is precisely what happened earlier today, as recorded in a Twitch stream by Teeqzy_. After a solid but relatively slow opening, Teeqzy_ managed to earn a staggering 43 kills and win the game.
The full match is 18 minutes long, but well worth watching for the Teeqzy’s rock-solid gameplay. Even though the audio isn’t in English, it’s pretty easy to follow his strategy of rapid kills and quickly building defensive structures when coming under fire.
Whether this feat can be replicated or surpassed in future games is anyone’s guess, but hats off to Teeqzy_ for literally surviving against half of the players. Now maybe someone should challenge him to a 1 vs 100 player game.
Don’t forget that Fortnite Season 4 will be starting very soon, and we have of everything you’ll need to get started when the comet hits.
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