Call of Duty

Warzone Duos Kill Record Broken by 14-year-old and his Dad

14-year old Portuguese streamer Nistaf and his dad have set a new kill record for Duos in Call of Duty: Warzone.
14-year old Portuguese streamer Nistaf and his dad have set a new kill record for Duos in Call of Duty: Warzone. | Photo courtesy of Nistaf

The new kill record for Duos in Call of Duty: Warzone has been set by a 14-year-old Portuguese streamer and his father.

On Jan. 4, Bruno "Nistaf" Silva accounted for 61 of the record-breaking 79 kills with his father on Verdansk, adding in a whopping 17,099 damage to boot.

With Duos arguably being the toughest mode in battle royales as a pair must have the right coordination and communication to secure the dub in the first place, it seems the father and son combination might just be the way to go.

The former Duos vs Duos record had been held by ItsDerekMay and LIAM since July 15, 2020. Their 76 kill game had them sitting comfortably for a good six months before Nistaf and BabaYuki came along.

While that game been done at completely different time when the Bruen MK9 still dominated, the argument is alive and well that Season One's pre-nerf DMR 14 could be the main reason why this feat happened.

"He’s using DMR and Dual pistols," @BennettHinkle tweeted. "No real skill."

Regardless, whether or not people dispute the legitimacy of this record over Nistaf and BabaYuki's weaponry of choice, or their server location leading to easier SBMM lobbies, the new bar has been set for kills in Warzone Duos.