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xQc becomes the monster after dying during Blair Witch stream

by Brent Koepp

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Popular Twitch star Félix ‘xQc’ Lengyel was playing the new Blair Witch survival horror title on August 30, when he became so fed up with it that he literally became the monster that was in the game.

The highly anticipated Blair Witch title was released on August 30 on Xbox, PS4 and PC and has been popular on Twitch, as personalities are navigating the survival horror for their audience.

But during xQc’s playthrough, the Canadian streamer became so frustrated with the game’s mechanics and designs that he found himself transforming into the very monster that he was running from.


xQc becomes the monster

The Overwatch pro was stuck on a segment of the game, that after dying multiple times, finally saw him snap. “The fuck? I did everything right!” he screamed, after being jumped by a monster.

In a moment of madness and frustration, the Twitch star then began to imitate the monster that killed him, by snapping his jaw and snarling, hilariously mirroring the enemy that took him down.


xQc refunded the game

Not long after, the Canadian streamer continued to die in the same section, before he finally gave up and announced to his audience that he was refunding the game. “Alright listen chat. I’m gonna refund it. I’m not even kidding dude.”

After apologizing to his fans for quitting the game before the end, he explained why he was not enjoying it. “I can’t dude. It’s too scuffed. I feel like we’ve played the game 6 times because of how many times it’s bugged. This is actually un-fucking-bearable."

The streamer stayed true to his word and closed the game out before apologizing again. “Chat, I actually apologize for this. I never do this ever with new games. This was a really hyped release and it’s hyper scuffed."

xQc then said that he had a list of issues with the game that would take hours to get through. “I could make a list of what things were wrong with this, and we would be here for an hour and a half.” 

It seems that xQc is not alone in his frustrations with the title. As of the time of writing this article, the reviews on Steam are “mostly negative” with users posting similar complaints.