Corpse Husband’s Twitch debut happened with a bang as he teased a snippet of his new song to tens of thousands of viewers before playing various games with Pokimane, Sykkuno, and Valkyrae.
The surprise announcement on July 31 — with only a day’s notice — sent his fanbase into a tizzy.
playing some games tomorrow w/ Valkyrae, Sykkuno, & Poki
gonna try streaming it aroundddd 2pm pst on Twitch if my brain lets me
could go either way idk so don't count on me streaming 100%, but whether i stream it or not i'll be playing for sure
thanks for sticking around
— CORPSE (@CORPSE) July 30, 2021
He spent the first few minutes talking to his friends, trying to figure out what to play.
After settling on Left 4 Dead 2, Corpse decided to play a snippet of his new song to celebrate the occasion. He leaked it once before but deleted the post. So, he gave fans a chance to listen to it again.
“I want to play the Poltergeist [song],” he said. “The song’s not actually named Poltergeist, but I’ll play it again. I want to see how loud it is.”
And when he did, he claimed that it was so loud, it “woke up everybody that was sleeping.”
After that, it was business as usual. They played games, talked about stuff, and created some entertaining content for their fans.
So, in the end, Corpse’s Twitch debut was a resounding success — which is no surprise given his popularity. It doesn’t matter what platform he streams on, his fanbase transcends them all.
He even crested the million followers milestone on his first stream.
First Twitch stream and we hit 1M followers on Twitch, thank you so much for everything, that was fun <3
— CORPSE (@CORPSE) August 1, 2021
As for whether it will be a regular thing, well, that’s a different story. He hasn’t explicitly said it’s his new home. But even if it was just a one-off experiment or commemoration, it was one to remember.