Summit1g uses his CSGO skills to win intense 1v3 clutch in VR

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Star Twitch streamer and former CS:GO pro player Jaryd ‘summit1g’ Lazar turned back the clock with an incredible 1v3 clutch in the virtual reality first-person-shooter Pavlov VR.

When it comes to first-person-shooters, CSGO is the cream of the crop when it comes to worldwide popularity, despite the game not having changed too much over its many years of existence.

However, that hasn’t stopped fans from modernizing it themselves, such as remaking the iconic Cache map in a virtual reality game called Pavlov VR, which itself is also an FPS.

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Naturally, summit1g, who competed in and streamed CSGO for several years, had to try out this VR version of Cache for himself, which he did in one of his recent streams.

Proving that his FPS skills haven’t deteriorated yet, he wowed his viewers with an expertly-executed 1v3 clutch to win a crucial round.

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The only one alive on his team up against three enemy players with the bomb planted, summit found himself in a situation that would take a miracle to come out of victorious.

He put his hand-eye coordination to good use by gunning down two of the players before rushing over to the bomb site to attempt the defuse.

He was able to complete the sequence with just five seconds left and a tick before the final enemy got to the site, completing the incredible clutch.

What made the whole thing even more fun to watch was the fact that summit had to actually move his hand around in the air and manually input the defuse code, which was hilarious sight in real life.

Pavlov VRCSGO fans have remade the iconic Cache as a playable map in Pavlov VR.

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Released in February of 2017, Pavlov VR is still in early-access mode, as developers Vankrupt Games continue to make improvements to it as virtual reality technology continues to advance.

The game is currently available for purchase on Steam and is compatible with several VR devices, including Valve Index, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Windows Mixed Reality.