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xQc shows why camping is 'ruining' Warzone with IRL demonstration

by Connor Bennett
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Twitch star Felix ‘xQc’ Lengyel showed how camping is 'ruining' Call of Duty: Warzone with a demonstration that had some pretty hilarious moments. 

Since it released on March 10, Warzone has been a big hit for Call of Duty. 30 million players have dropped in for at least one match on the Verdansk map – with tournaments for big-name content creators being held by a number of different organizers.

As a variety streamer, xQc has dabbled in the battle royale with varying success – though he has picked up plenty of wins and kills along the way. He’s had his issues with Warzone, though, showing how mantling is “broken” by hilariously jumping around his bedroom. In a similar fashion to that, he explained why he believes camping is ruining the game.

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Warzone has been a huge hit for Call of Duty.

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During his March 26 stream, the former Overwatch League professional had been waiting for a game of Warzone to load up when he gave a pretty funny analysis of his previous game. 

“Some people are so slow-paced, they literally ruin the game dude,” the Canadian said before jumping up out of his chair and running around in circles in his room – claiming that was how his team played. 

However, he took a dive to the floor and hilariously started rolling around – mocking how other teams had been playing at a snail’s pace and just camping in one spot. “Yo Jeremy, you got lunch dude? You got snackies? Guys, guys there are people fighting outside guys,” he added, imitating his fellow players.

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Of course, camping is an issue with other battle royales because it is a playstyle that is easy to adopt – but there’s no doubt that xQc left his chat in laughter as he rolled around on the floor. 

One Call of Duty leaker has claimed that a limited-time mode is coming in season three that could force players to play at a faster pace because the gas would close in much quicker than normal – and xQc's woes may finally be over.