Popular streamer Ninja just finished a pretty good match and might have set a new record for most kills in 40 seconds.
Ninja – Pro Fortnite Player
When Fortnite Battle Royale started its lifecycle, Ninja was the only player who was turning heads. Of course, this was due to the fact the game was not that popular back then. However, his skill was never questioned. The game evolved and there are some players who are just as good, or even better than Ninja. However, Ninja had always had that special touch where he can do amazing things. And if there’s anyone that can produce impressive highlight reels on a regular basis, that person is Ninja.
Ninja Gets 6 Kills in 40 Seconds in Fortnite
As we have mentioned, the game has changed now, and there are very good players even in the casual players level. Building was seen as a pro level play in Fortnite but now everybody is like a pro builder. The game changed and now we do not see that many kills in a single match. We especially don’t see many kills by a single player in matches anymore. But we do see some amazing stuff as Ninja will show us.
Ninja recently got 6 kills in only 40 seconds. This was an end game situation and players were very close to each other, however, still 6 kills in 40 seconds is pretty impressive. Hee’s the clip:
As you can see, Ninja was lasering his opponents in quick succession. This is also due to the Drum Gun being vaulted recently. The gun was considered OP by many players but Epic Events involving players got the Drum Gun unvaulted. He was also getting several kills with the Combat Shotgun. As you all know, the combat shotgun has a tighter spread than the other shotguns so it is a little bit harder to hit your opponents you need to be precise with this shotgun.
On the other hand, Ninja is still unable to qualify for the Fortnite World Cup. This means that we can see a Fortnite World Cup without Ninja, which has saddened the community as it won’t be the same without him. However, he will be in the Fornite Creative Finals. This alone shows us how much the game changed and how serious it has become. Needless to say, Ninja continues to impress with highlight reels like this one.