FaZe Clan’s Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney casually deflected a Guided Missile with an All-Terrain Kart during a recent game of Fortnite Battle Royale.
The professional player was driving the vehicle towards an opponent near Loot Lake when a Guided Missile came flying straight towards him.
It seemed guaranteed that Tfue would take damage from the explosive but instead it ended up bouncing off of the ATK and doing absolutely nothing.[ad name=”article2″]
Tfue’s viewers were clearly shocked by the occurrence but Tfue barely blinked, simply saying “I didn’t know you could do that” before chasing down his opponent and killing them.
We’re willing to bet that his opponent also “didn’t know you could do that” and that they were left shaking their head in disbelief after Tfue eliminated them.
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We’re not sure whether this is an intentional feature of the ATK, an issue with the Guided Missile or a totally random occurrence, but we’ll definitely be trying it out.
The Guided Missile was only reintroduced to the game in Tuesday’s July 31 Content Update and it is significantly weaker than it was in previous iterations.
However, even with its reduced damage, movement speed and fuse time, it seems unlikely that Epic Games would intentionally make it so that the weapon cannot damage an ATK.