Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel’s return to Fortnite was cut short as he rage-quit owing to stream-snipers spoiling his games, telling followers it felt like he was playing Call of Duty Zombies.
xQc has had his fair share of stream-snipers in his games. It’s something he’s already expressed his displeasure about. He’s even come up with some inventive solutions to their problems, albeit they don’t always succeed. During his return to Fortnite, though, a series of meetings with stream-snipers was too much for him to endure. He eventually had no choice but to rage-quit the game, stating it was no longer fun, after persisting for a while.
Why did xQc react to his return to the game?
“I’m not even able to play the game.” “I can’t even do anything,” xQc remarked as he spiralled slowly. “You’re taking advantage of the fact that you know where I am and what I’m doing. It’s all stacked against one person. What does that have to do with being competitive? “You’re nothing but a crimelord.”
Despite his frustration, he continued to play, but things only grew worse. “This is starting to irritate me. This is how things are nowadays. I play one online multiplayer game, and it quickly devolves into a stream sniper brawl. “I’m not capable of playing anything properly.”
He wasn’t ready to give up just yet. He figured up a way to solve the problem. “I need to land in places where there are plenty of guns to murder everyone.” If I don’t murder them all, I won’t be able to survive. I’m supposed to kill eighty of them. “But, sadly, the juicer-warlord couldn’t handle it. He exclaimed, “I’m playing Call of Duty Zombies,” before rage-quitting the game.
It’s not the first time stream-snipers have wrecked xQc’s Fortnite experience. In December 2020 and June 2021, it occurred. It’s happened in other battle royale games as well, such as Call of Duty Warzone.
It may be some time before we see xQc play Fortnite again. When he does, however, he’ll very definitely have to deal with stream-snipers once more.