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Fortnite Battle Royale • Dec 22, 2018

Fortnite player becomes first to beat FaZe Cizzorz's 'death run' obstacle course, and he did it in incredible record time

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Fortnite player becomes first to beat FaZe Cizzorz's 'death run' obstacle course, and he did it in incredible record time

Many were considering the obstacle course that FaZe Clan's Cizzorz created in Fortnite Battle Royale's new Creative mode to be virtually impossible to beat. 

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Featuring nine tough levels full of deadly traps and daunting twists, Cizzor's parkour course requires players to be at their most precise in terms of in-game movement, reactions, and timing, a task too difficult for anyone to overcome.

The course is so difficult that even Cizzors had a hard time passing through some of the levels, despite the fact that he's the one who designed the whole thing from scratch.

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However, all of that is in the past now, as one Fortnite player has stunningly managed to overcome all of the difficulties and beat the so-called impossible "death run."

What's more impressive about his accomplishment is that not only did he become the first to successfully get past all nine levels, he managed to do it in under eight minutes, an astonishing feat.

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The player, who goes by 'suezhoo' on Twitter, recorded his whole run and posted the video on Twitch, which shows exactly how he managed to beat a course many deemed to hard to pass.

Using incredible hand-eye coordination, pristine movement and body angles, and fast reaction time, the suezhoo flew through the course in a manner which would have made any professional speed-runner proud.

As for what makes him special enough to beat a course that all others have failed to pass so far, suezhoo admitted in a tweet that he has experience doing obstacle course runs on KZ maps in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Source, which also require a lot of skill to complete. 

This would explain how he has managed to perfect his movement mechanics with a mouse and keyboard and developed the coordination necessary to complete Cizzorz's challenge. 

As a result of this feat, Cizzors is giving everyone until the end of the year to complete the course under the 7:45 mark set by suezhoo, which is very unlikely to happen considering no one else has even beaten it.

Regardless, whoever finishes 2018 with the best completion time will receive a cash prize, which currently sits at $1,500, $500 of which was contribute by Team Liquid pro player Vivid after he spent 17 hours trying the course and only managed to get past level five.

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