A former professional player from the Overwatch League has engraved his name in the history of Apex Legends after breaking the world record for the largest number of solo eliminations in a single match.
Lucas & # 39; Mendokusaii & # 39; Håkansson, who played Overwatch professionally for the Houston Outlaws before becoming a content creator, managed to get 36 huge eliminations by himself, a remarkable 63% of the lobby when the three players on his team are reduced.
It was good enough to set a new benchmark for most eliminations, going beyond 34 dead as MrSimple Twitch streamer had two days earlier February 17.
The original Swede Mendokusaii tweeted an image of his stats at stake after achieving this incredible feat, which shows that he inflicted 5,460 total damage with a win to match.
Mendokusaii also said that he had finished his performance alone and that he had not been helped by his other two teammates.
"To clarify, I did this 100% solo and I had NO help from my teammates to kill me or help me in any way," he said. tweeted. "As you can see, they suffered less than 200 total damage."
The picture proves that the record is healthy, especially since the other two players in the team have not killed, have hardly done any damage. and did not even last more than two minutes.
To clarify, I did this 100% solo and I had NO help from my teammates to kill me or help me in any way because you can see that they suffered less than 200 total damage.
– outlaw mendokusaii (@Mendo) February 19, 2019
The former professional OWL also recorded the match in which he set the new world record of eliminations. You can watch the full video of the game below.
As trios are currently the only mode available in Apex Legends, players can record and / or break limited world records. You can view the complete list of current registrations by visiting our Apex Legends World Records hub.
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