Teens and pre-teens have always outnumbered players in Call of Duty and Battlefield lobbies.

However, a recent TikTok video has gone viral after a six-month-old baby is seen with a headset on his head and a videogame controller in his hands, pulling masterstrokes while playing Call of Duty: Warzone.

Six-Month-Old Pull Insane Masterstroke Kill in 'COD: Warzone'

Call of Duty: Warzone is a free battle royale video game that was released on March 10, 2020, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S.

The game received positive reviews from critics, with the maps receiving specific praise. With more than 100 million active players, COD: Warzone is especially popular among teenagers, but we've rarely seen infants playing this game. 

The six-month-old son of a popular streamer known by the username THE_DENT1ST is seen rather confused about what to do with the video game controller in his hands.

Luckily, he can be seen pressing an unintentionally perfect combination of some keys that followed a 720-degree turn and achieved a crossbow kill to a player on the server.

The papa streamer can be seen jumping in joy when he cried, “My baby just hit that! Good job, Sam.”

Controversy Arises as the Video Goes Viral

The clip of the baby pulling off the actions in COD: Warzone, while his dad is in absolute shock, went viral on TikTok in August and has amassed more than 21,000 likes and over 700 shares. The video resurfaced recently when Barstool Gametime retweeted the clip, stressing the prodigy's age.

Nobody really knows if the baby was really an expert player. Was it luck or just a fake video? Was his father the one behind the play, making it seem like Sam was the one pulling off all the moves? 

With all these questions to be answered, the viral video became a topic of controversy when people started questioning the validity of the kill.

People have responded differently, with some praising the kid's moves and calling him "a legend in the making." However, others have been skeptical of whether it was fair gameplay or another attempt to seek clout on the internet.

"IDK about that one, chief," said one reply. "Dad is probably playing behind the camera. Looks salty to me."

One of the commenters heavily criticized the streamer, calling him a "dad who exploits his own kid for clout and fails, cause his Twitter only has dozens of followers."

The answer is ambiguous, whether the followers should believe what they've seen in the video. But if there is one thing you can take off from this incident is that if you are playing COD: Warzone, beware of the six-month-olds!