The final Call of Duty WW2 multiplayer scorestreak that a player can reach has apparently finally been revealed, according to a video recorded by a player named Pwnstarz. The scorestreak, a German V2 rocket coming down and blowing up the map, is similar to the WMD weapons that have been used in other games.
In the last few Call of Duty games, the ending scorestreak of every Call of Duty multiplayer match has been an enormous weapon or bomb of some kind coming down and destroying the entire map. In order to do this a player has to get 25 kills without dying, a rather difficult achievement considering how quickly you can die in multiplayer.
This means that Pwnstarz is apparently the first person to get the Call of Duty WW2 multiplayer scorestreak, and the game has been out for four days. However, even getting 25 kills, to begin with, isn’t enough. It takes a lot of work to get to where Pwnstarz was, and even then he had to go through a lot of work to even become able to use that scorestreak.
In order to use the scorestreak players have to prestige in all five of the different Call of Duty WW2 classes, meaning you have to max out their levels and be Prestige to start your progress all over again. Only then can you start trying to get 25 consecutive kills in a multiplayer match.
The sheer dedication that this had to have with it means that Pwnstarz likely had to play through each of the five different divisions non-stop for the four days that Call of Duty: WW2 has been out in order to unlock the Call of Duty WW2 multiplayer scorestreak, not to mention how long it took him to get 25 consecutive kills in a match.
As the game gets older it’s likely that the V2 bomb will start dropping on more maps, but in the meantime try and be a bit more reasonably paced as you try and Prestige in all of the divisions.