Last week it emerged that a squad on 'Call of Duty: Warzone' had smashed the previous world record for the number of kills in the Battle Royale Quads mode.
The team full of pro-gamers managed to secure 113 kills, which left the existing record of 78 in its dust, and it was widely reported that the new tally simply wouldn't be possible to beat.
Bare in mind there are only 150 players in the Battle Royale Quads mode, it meant that these four gamers demolished nearly all of them.
However, just one week later, that tally has ALREADY been beaten and a new world record has been set.
Yes, we thought it was impossible, we thought it would never be done, but it has...
So you thought 113 kills in a single game was impressive? Well how does 121 sound? Yes you read that right, ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY ONE kills.
No wonder it's a new world record and surely, SURELY, this time around it will take a long time to beat.
With 150 players, killing 121 of them is simply staggering.
The people to do it? Well, look no further than popular streamers TeePee, Symfuhny, HusKerrs, and DougisRaw.
These four took on the Battle Royale and certainly came out on top, and unsurprisingly, they were quick to take to Twitter to brag about their new world record.
Symfuhny was quick to admit in his tweet that he was carried by his team members, but everyone counts, so even if he didn't get as many kills, he's still part of the world record team.
As for TeePee, he was visibly delighted with the new record, starting his tweet with: "NEW QUADS RECORD 121!!!!!"
So there you have it.
Just one week after saying the new world record of 113 will never be broken, it already has been!
Next challenge for you Battle Royale players is 121. Can you do it?!
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