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Destiny • Jun 13, 2019

xQc ruins setup with spilled coke after getting way too excited over Destiny 2

xQc ruins setup with spilled coke after getting way too excited over Destiny 2
xQc, Twitch / Activision

Félix ‘xQc’ Lengyel burst into excitement while streaming Destiny 2 on Twitch after unlocking a brand new weapon on the game, but there was a slight problem.


The popular Twitch streamer, who has over 1.3 million followers on the platform, was working through his first raid on the game with a group of other broadcasters - including Dizzy, Poke, Chevy, Slayerage, and Datto - in order to get enough shards to pay for a Midnight Coup Hand Cannon. 

After completing the mission and dismantling a number of items into Legendary Shards, one of the game's most valuable resources,  viewers noticed a few problems with his dramatic reaction. 


Here's the weapon xQc was looking for in Destiny 2, the Midnight Coup Hand Cannon.

First of all, his celebrations completely screwed up his microphone, which unleashed an almighty screech rattling the ears of the viewers on his channel - and that's just the start of it. 

He accidentally knocked his monitor into some Coca-Cola that was placed right next to it, which ended up spilling all over an audio mixer that doesn't even belong to him. 


One of the worst parts about the whole thing, though, is that even after the roar of triumph and the mess that it caused, he couldn't even afford the weapon that he was trying to buy. He didn't have enough Legendary Shards. 

The former Overwatch professional player decided to give his viewers a closer look at the mess he made slightly later in the stream, showing the damage that the Coke disaster had made. It could have easily poured all over his PC. 

In what must be one of his messiest moments on stream, xQc couldn't believe that he never even had enough for the Midnight Coup Hand Cannon at the end of it all and still, at the time of writing, hasn't acquired it. 

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