Along with what seems like almost everyone else on Twitch, streamer Félix 'xQc' Lengyel has been playing Blackout, the recently-released Black Ops 4's battle royale mode, and took the time to quickly walk viewers through his highly-optimized drop-in strategy.
As soon as he's clear of the helicopter, xQc called out the exact coordinates and angles needed to drop on top of the large building at the construction site.
He was fired at almost instantly upon landing and tried to make another evasive dive off the building, attempting to hit a shipping container hanging from a crane.
He didn't stay there for long before trying to drop down to the ground below, but this time his wingsuit wouldn't deploy and he wasn't able to survive the fall.
"Listen, you might have to come get me, you might have to pick me up," xQc informs his teammate as he laughs and crawls on the ground.
All the streamer would admit was that "Something happened," before putting his head in his hand in embarrassment.
xQc is one of many streamers trying out the recently-released Black Ops 4 for viewers, and most of them, including Félix, seem to be having a pretty good time in the new battle royale mode.
Blackout has had a lot of people excited for Call of Duty's latest installment, and now that it's out, it seems to be living up to most of that pre-release hype.
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