Chloe Grace Moretz was surprised after witnessing a 130+ kills gameplay from her teammate in Call of Duty Vanguard.
Call of Duty is the most popular arcade shooter in the world. The game is played worldwide with over 100 million concurrent players across Vanguard, Warzone, MW, and CoD Mobile. It’s not a surprise that celebrities play the game too.
Many celebrities have openly talked about them playing Call of Duty. Furthermore, Activision has included celebrities in its marketing campaigns since MW2 (2009). Surprisingly, Chloe Grace Moretz, mainly known for her roles in the Kick-Ass movies and The Sixth Wave, is also an avid CoD enthusiast. Recently, she tweeted about her obsession with CoD and that she is currently playing Vanguard as MW2’s Beta is over.
Chloe is Shocked as her Teammate Drops 130+ Kills
In a recent tweet, Chloe mentioned she was playing domination in Vanguard, and one of her teammates dropped 132 kills, ending the game with a nuke. She was impressed with the feat, as dropping a nuke means getting 25 kills without dying, which is hard to do in a respawn mode like domination.
Her followers quickly discuss how the frag figure is possible in CoD, as highly skilled players regularly get more than 100 kills in a match. One of her followers, Aodhan, shared his take on the player getting more than 130 kills in a match.
However, one user Major Nomad was suspicious of the kill figure, which made him point fingers at her teammate. While hacking is rampant in Warzone, it has decreased after RICOCHET took the helm of the game’s official anti-cheat. Another user Zenkusen argued that the player might have been playing in Shipment, where 100 kills is a regular occurrence in Domination and Hardpoint matches.
Chloe didn’t mention what map she was playing on. So, unless her teammate was a cheater, it is safe to assume they were playing on a smaller map, as 100 kills in small maps are a regular occurrence for highly skilled lobbies. Stay frosty as we prepare for more surprising reactions when MW2 releases worldwide.