Nadeshot describes the perfect FPS game he could get “absolutely lost in”

Eli Becht. Last updated: Aug 02, 2019

100 Thieves owner Matthew ‘Nadeshot‘ Haag said he’s waiting for a game to suck him in and explained exactly the type of idea he has in mind to do just that.

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Unless you’re a big fan of battle royales, the video game landscape – especially on Twitch – must have been a pretty rough for quite a long time. 

Many streamers have been dying for something new to play, something Dr Disrespect has touched upon a lot, they still end up staying with the same games day after day. However, Nadeshot might have the answer to all of those problems. 

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On August 2 the former Call of Duty professional player decided to vent his frustrations using his Twitter account, where he pleaded developers to deliver something with a fresh and interesting concept sooner rather than later. 

“I pray that there’s a video game released in the future that I can get absolutely lost in and addicted to like I did with Halo 2, Gears of War 1 or Call of Duty,” he tweeted. “I fear that my age and experiences have changed my perspective on games and my interest in them.”

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He does say he hasn’t lost interest in video games themselves, but he has ended up spending more time watching them rather than playing himself.

“I still enjoy playing games but they only keep my attention for so long,” the 100 Thieves owner said. “I find myself watching more than playing. Honestly though, it’s my own fault. If I’m not naturally talented at a game right out of the box, I become frustrated and quit too easily.”

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Nadeshot then went on to explain just what he wants in a game and what developers have to do to give him what he wants.

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    There’s even a possibility the upcoming Modern Warfare title could be what he’s looking for considering it’s cross-play across console and PC.

    Only time will tell if that’s the case but it should at least be on his radar.