With no semblance of a ranked mode in Call of Duty: Warzone (and no indication that there will be one any time soon) players and fans of the game have instead shifted the competitive focus to one all important statistic: kills.
While many gamers will find themselves spending hours grinding through the tiers of ranked Valorant or climbing the CS:GO rankings, those at the top of their game in Warzone are instead toiling away to perfect their gunplay, loadouts, loot paths, and strategies in order to get as many kills on the board as possible. While us regular folk may let out a squeak of excitement at hitting double figures in a game, the elite tier of Warzone players out there are taking out vast chunks of a lobby either on their own or as a lethal team.
So who are the record breakers that have terrorised us mere mortals in Verdansk across all three of Warzone’s staple battle royale modes of Solos, Trios, and Quads, and which player has had the most eliminations since the game launched earlier this year? Let’s find out.
Warzone Solos Kill Record
The current record for the most kills in standard Warzone Solos is 41, which was set by streamer MuTeX on May 23.
However, in the Stimulus Solos mode that ran between May 8-22, streamer Forpantheon (whose name you’ll also see again later) achieved a mesmerising 48 kill game.
So if we’re talking traditional solos, MuTeX takes the crown here. If we include any other Solos mode, then Forpantheon is your record holder.
Warzone Trios Kill Record
The current record for the most kills in Warzone Trios stands at 93, thanks to French threesome OtherGun, Suiko, and Seoxi. Their record was posted at the end of April and hasn’t been beaten since, making it the most long-standing kill record on this list. Bon travail, chaps.
Warzone Quads Kill Record
What do you get when you cross a member of The Sidemen with three Atlanta FaZe Call of Duty pros? A stonking great kill record, that’s what.
The current kill record for a game of Warzone Quads stands at a mindblowing 138, courtesy of Vikram ‘Vikkstar123’ Barn and Atlanta FaZe’s CDL pro players Preston ‘Priestahh’ Greiner, McArthur ‘Cellium’ Jovel, and Tyler ‘ABeZy’ Pharris.
What makes this feat even more extraordinary is that the record was achieved in a lobby with just 135 players in it, meaning they were killing enemies twice on a number of occasions.
It’s worth stating that there have been higher kill quad games, but these have been generally discredited as they were played on fresh accounts where SBMM (which, apparently, doesn’t exist in Warzone) is not at play.
Vikkstar and the FaZe boys must have been in the form of their lives during that session as just a few days later, the YouTuber revealed that just before they broke another Warzone record that day too for the fastest ever win in Quads. They gunned down the whole lobby in just over 20 minutes in what was only the fourth circle of the game. Scenes.
Most total kills in Warzone
We’ve mentioned his name already, but the player with the most total kills in Warzone since it released on March 10 is Forpantheon.
According to CoD Tracker, the Turkish streamer has over 32,000 kills to his name across Warzone’s Battle Royale modes. He is the only player to surpass 30,000 kills on a single account.
So, there are all the current kill record holders in Warzone right now. If recent leaks from dataminers are anything to go by, we could also be seeing a number of new modes coming in the near future, so there will be even more records to chase.