If you're wondering where you and your buddies stand when it comes to Call of Duty: Warzone, you should know that the new world record is set at 143 kills.
The earlier record in Call of Duty: Warzone's Quads was 138 kills, scored by Abezy, Cellium, Priestahh and Vikkstar back in May 2020.
While the four have had a while to enjoy their time at the throne, it was only a matter of time before the record was broken, as these things tend to go.
And the response came from TheMylesLive, Stukawaki, ScummN, and 62yKreJ, who recently scored 143 kills in a single Quads match, which is truly impressive.
Now, we know what you're thinking - how low was the median KD in that lobby, but we'll have to disappoint anyone looking to diminish the record because the issue was raised on the announcement tweet below.
It turns out that the median KD in that Call of Duty: Warzone match lobby was 1.03, which TheMylesLive noted was higher than in all the previous world record lobbies. So, not only did they play better than of the world record setters so far - they did so while their opponents were more skilled than in earlier world records.
Not to diminish any of the four achievements, but one cannot help but wonder how long will it be until their record has been beaten.
Seeing as how it took about eight months for the current Call of Duty: Warzone record to be beaten, we're not optimistic it could be anytime soon. On the other hand, some luck with the draw, i.e. the lobby's median KD, could definitely help with that, but more on that when and if it happens.