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Fortnite Battle Royale • Nov 30, 2018

Fortnite: FaZe Tfue somehow gets shot through a wall and ramp, and he isn't happy about it

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Fortnite: FaZe Tfue somehow gets shot through a wall and ramp, and he isn't happy about it

Professional Fortnite player and FaZe Clan member Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney couldn’t believe the manner in which he died after getting shot through a ramp and a wall.

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Tfue was playing Fortnite when he came across an enemy player, and the pair immediately engaged in a build battle as they attempted to gain the high ground over their opponent.

With Tenney gaining the upper hand, he began to peek over the age of this ramp to try and take out his opponent with a shotgun, when he got hit twice by the same weapon, which was being wielded by his opponent, and died.

Tfue was sure he had backed up and was protected by a wall and a ramp when he got hit, so he decided to use the game’s Replay mode to check and see if his assumption was right.

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Tfue skipped forward to the gunfight in question, and took a side-on view so he could see exactly where both players were when he was killed.

Watching the clip, it was clear to see that Tenney had taken around two steps away from the ledge and back down the ramp, but the shotgun pellets seemed to travel through a brick wall and a brick ramp to take him out.

“Yo!” yelled the FaZe star while laughing. “What do you fucking mean, dude? Oh my God. This is unacceptable.”

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While it’s unclear what actually caused this to happen, some Fortnite fans believe that it was simply a latency issue, with Tfue appearing to still be the top of the ramp for his enemy when they shot, but being further down the ramp on his own screen.

However, others believe that this is a problem with the peeking system in Fortnite, which allows players to hit opponents even when they are no longer looking over the edge of cover.

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