Here are the current world records for kills in Call of Duty: Warzone

These are the best slayers in the game.

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Call of Duty: Warzone is different from other battle royales in a few ways. The Gulag makes it easy for players to return to the action, but the game is built for slaying, so you’re just as likely to be waiting for a revive right after winning a one-vs-one.

Some of the best Call of Duty players in the world have been dominating Warzone since it was released and many of them stream or create YouTube content to prove their dominance.

Top squads and lone wolves alike are chasing kill records every single day and their impressive kill counts have been immortalized for the world to see.

These are the current world record-holders for kills in Call of Duty: Warzone:

Quads - 143 kills

Team: Myles, stukawaki, ScummN, JerK
Date: Jan. 11, 2021

A team of Call of Duty streamers grouped up to land a wild 143 kills in the early morning hours of Jan. 11, 2021. They beat the previous record of 138 held by Vikkstar and a number of CDL pros in May of 2020.

Trios - 110 kills

Team: Dizi, xDaltt, xSebas
Oct. 18, 2020

Three content creators who play and stream on Facebook Gaming popped off for an insane 110 kills during season six.

Duos - 79 Kills

Team: Nistaf, Babayuki
Date: Jan. 4, 2021

A father-son streaming duo combined for 79 kills, with the younger of the two posting a staggering 61 kills.

Solos - 44 kills

Player: Rallied
Jan. 13, 2021

Arguably the most difficult record to achieve, Rallied dropped a staggering 44 kills to set the current solos record. He surpassed the previous record set by Recrent.

With teams and players racking up kills in Warzone daily, make sure to check back here to see updated records as they're broken.