It's been one week since the Apex Legends was officially released, but we've seen some incredible performances from players, including what seems to be a world record setting game.
Apex Legends is the entry of Respawn Entertainment in the massively popular battle royale genre, and available for free on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
Players gather in teams of three and battle to become the last standing squad, eliminating any teams along the way as they attempt to secure success.
The Apex Legends player sets the world's remarkable record.
While many players have earned some amazing victories since the launch of the game, NRG Esports star Dizzy has set a new standard for kills in an Apex Legends match.
Dizzy, who was announced as a member of the Apex Legends team of NRG on February 11, uploaded a Twitter image that showed him the conclusion of a game with 33 kills.
It's great, especially when you consider the whole number of players in a match of Apex Legends is 60, meaning Dizzy has killed half the lobby on his way to set the fantastic record.
Dizzy returns to action when he shares with the Apex Legends Twitch Rivals tournament, with NRG member collaborating with Richard & # 39; KingRichard & # 39; Nelson and Tyler & # 39; Ninja & # 39; Blevins.
Twitch Rivals is stacked on some of the biggest and best players on the streaming platform, but since there are no custom matches yet, it is played in public lobbies. If KingRichard and Ninja did not pull their weight off, his target target would be to break his own record.