Fortnite: FaZe Cizzorz's 'death run' obstacle course has once again been beaten in record time - Dexerto

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Fortnite: FaZe Cizzorz’s ‘death run’ obstacle course has once again been beaten in record time

Published: 25/Dec/2018 1:13 Updated: 25/Dec/2018 1:32

by Wyatt Donigan

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As we near the end of 2018, a number of Fortnite players aren’t even focusing on the game itself as FaZe Clan’s Cizzorz has set the community abuzz with his ‘death run’ obstacle course.

When Epic Games released the Creative Mode to Fortnite Battle Royale, it was only a matter of time before some amazing creations popped up.

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While the various sculptures are no doubt awesome, it’s been an obstacle course created by Cizzorz that has everyone talking.

Comprised of nine rooms filled with traps and the tiniest of platforms that players have to jump between, the course is nearly impossible for most players.

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Of course, that isn’t the case for everyone, though, as some have managed to tackle the daunting challenge after countless attempts.

Watch Cizzorz Deathrun 7:43 from Suezhoo on www.twitch.tv

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The previous world record went to ‘suezhoo,’ who managed to beat the course on December 20 with a time of 7 minutes and 45 seconds.

As is usually the case, however, someone else has managed to come out and best the time by an incredibly wide margin.

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The player, named ‘PoopyFartyPee,’ took the challenge in stride and finished in just 4 minutes and 11 seconds to put themselves square in the lead.

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Not only did they end up finishing in record time, but they also didn’t die a single time, which sets the bar incredibly high with just a few days left in the competition.

They won’t be met without a fight, though, as suezhoo sounded off in  the replies to set up what should be an exciting finish. 

The players have until the end of the 2018 to fight for the total prize pot that is now up to $1,500, which includes the original $1,000 Cizzorz put up and the additional $500 added by Team Liquid’s Vivid when he couldn’t beat the course after 17 hours of trying.