One of the most famous FPS gamers, Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek got back to CS:GO on Twitch. Shroud pulled out some incredible plays and got his matchmaking rank.
The Guman Aimbot is Back to CS:GO
Shroud is one of the most famous gamers in the world. His First-person shooters skills are incredible. His fans consider him a human aimbot because of his unbelievable aiming skills. They made a countless number of jokes about that. However, shroud showed us again that can hit whatever he wants.
The Canadian player with Polish origin made his name with Cloud9 player. He started his CS:GO career in 2014 and quickly became a member of the famous NA squad. Shroud won several big events with Cloud9 and recorded some decent results at Majors. His biggest success was winning the title at ESL Pro League Season 4 Finals. Unfortunately for him, he retired from CS:GO after PGL Major in Krakow. Hence, shroud wasn’t a part of Cloud9 squad that won Major in Boston in 2018.
Afterward, we mainly could watch shroud on his Twitch channel. He mainly played other FPS games recently. Thus, he didn’t play CS:GO for a while. But, shroud finally got back to the most popular FPS game.
Shroud’s Aim Didn’t Get Worse
Although shroud hasn’t played CS:GO for a relatively long time, he managed to remind us of his old days by incredible quad and triple-kills. Shroud tried out the new Danger Zone map first, and then he jumped into the matchmaking game. Already in the first pistol round on Overpass, shroud took four frags on B site attack, with no warm-up whatsoever.
After a few games, Shroud also tried out the new map in the competitive map pool, Vertigo. Again, Shroud made a brilliant play in the first pistol round. He eliminated one T player after bomb plant first. Afterward, he took two frags with the second frag coming after the quick flick. It was like back in the day when shroud was doing these flicks regularly.