Michael “shroud” Grzesiek never gets tired of amusing his fans on stream, but his opponents might not always be happy to face him on the battlefield.
The former professional CS:GO player has been trying the new Fallout 76 battle royale mode, and he’s already produced a ton of highlights.
In a recent game, he quickly got 10 kills, taking down every enemy that appeared in his crosshairs without sweating or getting anxious. Shroud looks sharp in a game that was launched less than a week ago, and it’s still in beta until June 17.
Earlier this week, he killed 23 players of 52, which is almost half of the competitors in a single lobby. This probably set a world record in Fallout 76 battle royale and makes him one of the game’s best players so far.
Shroud is known for his mechanical skills dating back to his days of playing CS:GO professionally for Cloud9. He didn’t enjoy practice and learning new tactics or grenades, but it was hard to stop him if he was having a good day.
Shroud retired from the competitive scene in August 2017, and since then, he’s been seen playing every shooter game that relies on good aim during his rise to becoming one of the top streamers in the world.
You can watch him play Fortnite: Battle Royale and Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds frequently on his Twitch stream.