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Call of Duty • Oct 10, 2018

Ninja says he “can’t wait for Call of Duty to come out” after dealing with more Fortnite stream snipers

Ninja says he “can’t wait for Call of Duty to come out” after dealing with more Fortnite stream snipers

Popular Fortnite streamer Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins could soon be shifting some of his focus to Black Ops 4’s Blackout when it releases on October 12.

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Being one of the biggest streamers on Twitch, Ninja frequently deals with stream snipers who seek to ruin his experience in game.

While he might deal with the snipers on a daily basis, it seems to have reached a breaking point that could lead him to a new directory on Twitch.

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Ninja had just won a hectic close-quarters fight in the basement of a building when another enemy rushed in to try and clean him up in the aftermath of the fight.

The enemy player quickly overpowers Ninja by seemingly phasing through any structure that he built, which clearly frustrated the most-followed man on Twitch.

At first, though, his frustration was rooted in the fact that the player had won the fight simply due to the phasing glitch. “Is that how you phase through? All you have to do is hold forward? Bro, I literally..” was Ninja’s initial reaction to the fight.

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Once he took a look back at his screen, however, it became apparent that Ninja was the victim of yet another stream sniper as the player was just standing still and staring at the ground after killing him.

Simply sitting back in his chair with a defeated look on his face, Ninja quickly reported the player for stream sniping.

As he was loading into the next game, Ninja continued voicing his frustrations and quickly uttered a single phrase that caught everyone by surprise.

“I’m so irritated, man. I can't wait for freaking Call of Duty to come out, man.” He won’t have much longer to wait, as Black Ops 4 releases in just two days on October 12.

Ninja is no stranger to the upcoming Call of Duty title, either, as he famously rage-quit a game of Fortnite to play Blackout after dealing with another stream sniper.

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