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Fortnite Battle Royale • Jan 07, 2019

Fortnite pro players blown away by crazy new 'Impossible Aim/Edit Course'

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Fortnite pro players blown away by crazy new 'Impossible Aim/Edit Course'

Since the addition of the Creative Mode in Fortnite Battle Royale, there has been a growing trend in creating difficult obstacle courses, and a new one has surfaced that has caught the attention of the community.

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Team Parallel pro player 'Cnnr' has created a course that focuses on players' ability to aim when shooting and editing structures quickly and effectively. 

The course begins with the player given five Legendary Rarity Suppressed SCAR Assault Rifles from a chest, after which they have 10 minutes to complete the course as quickly as possible.

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However, that is much easier than it sounds, as the course features areas that are very challenging and requires players to have supreme aim as well as top notch skill and awareness when it comes to editing and movement.

The course is so difficult, in fact, that the creator himself is calling it the Impossible Aim/Edit Course, and even he could not complete it in a perfect run and thus was forced to piece together his better attempts in the video below. 

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The course is a rather incredible creation, as evidenced by the fact that the clip of it has very much gone viral on Twitter, amassing over 1.17 million views, 11,600 retweets, and 46,600 likes at the time of this article's writing. 

Numerous prominent pro players and members of the Fortnite community have shown Cnnr recognition, and Epic Games have even given him a Support-a-Creator code as a result of his suddenly newfound popularity.

Those who want to try out the course for themselves will have to wait as Cnnr has apparently been having trouble publishing the island in the Creative Mode for public use. 

Once he does find a solution to the issues, he will likely tweet out the access code, so your best bet is to keep an eye on his Twitter page @ParallelCnnr